This is my favorite story in the series! The characters are well thought out and come alive as you read. The best part for me is the fact that it was very well researched and gave a good representation of life in that time period. A definite must read! --SeaGypsy - reader in California
An interesting history lesson, much of it told in the third person, through the eyes of a little English squirrel who made her way to America, and settled in Williamsburg, VA during the early years of this nation. See previous writing by the same author entitled Savannah of Williamsburg. --John Carroll - reader in Virginia
About the Author
The authoress is a prolific consumer of all media: known and to become known. She delights in the opium of the present as well as world history: geologic, prehistoric and up to the 1940s. Interest picks up again in the '80s with the rise of Bill Gates, Microsoft, Woody Allen and Steve Martin and sallies into today's global paradigm shifts. She is fluent in French and loves Disneyland, Barbie & Nordstrom. Jennifer S. Devore authors the 18th C. historical-fiction series Savannah of Williamsburg. She is a regular contributor to the official ComicCon Souvenir Book, blogs for JennyPop.net and writes for GoodtobeaGeek.com under the pseudonym Hannah Hart. Her latest novel is The Darlings of Orange County, a sexy, posh and deadly romp through Hollywood, San Diego and Orange County. She resides on a beach with her husband and a closet that's simply too tiny.