• 19th Century,  Reviews,  Victorian

    review: Bride of a Distant Isle

    Bride of a Distant Isle by Sandra Byrd Daughters of Hampshire My review for Mist of Midnight (HNR) A Lady in Disguise (coming 2017) Annabel Ashton of Highcliffe Hall had grown up knowing of her mother’s shameful and alarming condition,…

  • 16th Century,  Reviews,  Tudor

    review: Roses Have Thorns by Sandra Byrd

    Roses Have Thorns by Sandra Byrd In the entourage of Swedish Princess Cecelia, Elin von Snakenborg arrives in Elizabethan England after a harrowing months-long voyage, unsure about her future when she finds her dowry and her fianc├ęs affections usurped. However…