As the plot develops and darkens to a place where you can help but start to squirm you realize that the imagery is spectacular.
5-STAR Top Pick All-Time Keeper Shelf: SWurman for Night Owl Reviews
The rakish, raucous character of the Georgian period is contrasted superbly with the sophistication of the age. The author has created a love story that fans of historical romance will relish.
5 STARS: Fiona Ingram for Readers' Favorite
Dare I admit... I enjoyed Salt Bride more than many of Georgette Heyer's own beloved works and that is high praise indeed
Courtney Webb, Stiletto Storytime
As an incurable bibliophile I'm especially proud of the print editions of my books. The layout is understated and the print sharp and black on silky-smooth creme stock. It's wonderful!See all Editorial Reviews
We are proud to announce that SALT BRIDE by Lucinda Brant is a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!Published 1 day ago by indieBRAG
As a regency romance fan, I rarely stray into the Georgian genre, but Ms. Brandt has a lovely gift for drawing her readers in to a marvelous age. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. LeMense
I read the first few chapter then the last and found I liked how the author wrote. I like it so much that I'll buy more written by this author. Read morePublished 3 months ago by marymay
I liked the story . For a change there was less confrontation between H and h. There were many lighthearted remarks that made me laugh. Read morePublished 4 months ago by BAB
The villainess of this story is a scene stealer. Lady Diana St. John is a first rate socio-path who hatches the most horrible schemes to achieve her goals. Read morePublished 8 months ago by foximonique
I completely and utterly love this story! It's got drama and lost love and just craziness. It has you crying and laughing and biting your nails! Read morePublished 11 months ago by TanyaLN