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What I liked best were the strong female characters in this book. Brilliant Veronica undistracted by her looks. Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. Price
I liked this first book, but I am enjoying the second book even more. Look forward to reading the entire trilogy.Published 8 months ago by Judith S. Post
Coser to fantasy than to a tale that could be easily believed or entered into.Published 11 months ago by Carol J. Stahl
I have been into books about England in the 30s, 40s, and 50s inspired by I Capture the Castle. This series is wonderful. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mae Johns
Charming story. A bit slow-moving. Story is seen through the eyes of a young girl. Her actions are a bit unrealistic. However, the story held my attention.Published 19 months ago by DIXIE STEPHEN