Stevie‘s review of Queen Elizabeth’s Daughter: A Novel of Elizabeth I by Anne Clinard Barnhill
Historical Fiction published by St. Martin’s Griffin 18 Mar 14
The Tudors always strike me as being rather under-represented when I’m looking for lightweight historical romances to read, being generally overshadowed both by the Regency period (for historical romance) and by weightier volumes covering the era or the fictionalised love lives of the most powerful members of the various monarch’s courts. So I was very pleased when this book came up for review, although a little nervous after some of my less-than-stellar encounters with historical romances by new-to-me authors. Fortunately, this one doesn’t disappoint.