The King’s Mistress

Another historical fiction, I did not plan for this. The King’s Mistress by Emma Campion is the story of growing up of one woman–Alice Salisbury. It starts with her marriage at a very,┬ávery, young age of 13 (or was it 14?).┬áHer life was never once stable once she was betrothed. Sometimes I tended to forget…

The Nightingale

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah sat on my desk for more than a week before I got around to tackling it. Honestly, the thickness of the book was slightly daunting. When I got around to reading it, I barely stopped. Historical fiction is not a genre on my shelf, especially one based upon a true…

Savage Girl

[WARNING: LIKELY TO BE LOADED WITH SPOILERS] Savage Girl by Jean Zimmerman. It was hard work reading this book. I had to force myself to continue reading to the end. The story didn’t flow for me. There was too much extra information that did not actually contribute to the story. If you’ve ever tried searching…