The Cuban Chronicles: A True Tale of Rascals, Rogues, and Romance

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This candid, irreverent travel tale of a woman flying solo into the heart of Havana exposes the culture at street level, as seen from a visitor’s perspective. St.Hilaire is a seasoned traveler with a weakness for handsome foreign strangers. When she meets a Cuban journalist, the adventure unfolds, later taking tempestuous twist. More
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About Wanda St. Hilaire

Wanda St. Hilaire is a two-time breast cancer survivor with a predilection for research and a passion for delving into the psychology of wellness.

After a second diagnosis in 2010, she made lifestyle changes that contributed to her healing and supported her philosophy that our lives are meant to be lived doing what we love in places that make our hearts sing.

Through writing, St. Hilaire shares what she’s learned through the high peaks of adventure and love and from the dark valleys of illness and heartbreak. Her mission is to help people overcome the self and tap into their wise inner guidance system. Her wish is to inspire others to live true to their unique and beautiful nature.

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R. Coker reviewed on March 10, 2014

Insightful, Engaging & Thoughtful

I have to say that when I started this I really had no idea how much I would enjoy it. "The Cuban Chronicles: A True Tale of Rascals, Rogues, and Romance" is the kind of thoughtful memoir that sucks you in and takes you on an adventure of spirit, soul and life... weaving emotions, actions and thoughtful insights around you as you trek right alongside Wanda St Hilaire.

The author really has a gift for writing that shines through as she recounts her experiences in Cuba, from romance to preconceived notions and everything in between. The writing is lush, refreshing and vividly engaging; Ms. St Hilaire draws the reader into Cuba, it's culture and her honest opinions of everything to do with the country from the oppressive regime to the beautiful people who inhabit the island country. The book is a thoughtful exploration of Ms. St Hilaire as a woman, as a tourist and as a human with emotions and discoveries to be revealed.

Overall, this is a wondrously engaging and well-written travel memoir that delves into Wanda St Hilaire as a person and her experiences within the beautifully restrictive boundaries of Cuba. This was well worth the read and I would recommend it to others looking for an enjoyable and enlightening travel book to read.
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