But rich historical fruitcake it is; deftly written and very well researched, if concealed under a layer of romantic frosting...
~Celia Hayes, Vine Voice
for Independent Heart, now known as: ANGEL'S FLIGHT
"I found Juliet Waldron's attention to detail and historical accuracy refreshing and entertaining. She has a unique voice that reflects well the manners and dialogue of the Revolutionary War era and uses her research subtly - not heaping it on all at once.
While this is not a straight historical fiction book, neither it is a bodice-ripping romance novel. It is a fast-paced, intelligent read that will entertain and probably educate you about life during the Revolution..."
Southern Gal for Independent Heart, now known as: ANGEL'S FLIGHT
From the Author
Wherehe saw humor, I saw a marvelous starting place for a historical romance, amongthese hard-working Americans With a Difference, people who did not liveentirely in accordance with the more familiar English tradition--some, myancestors.
"Angel'sFlight" tells a story with many threads, the mingling by marriage of theDutch and English and the terrors and hardships of our first Civil War, wherefriends and families suddenly found themselves violently thrustonto opposite sides. There is also romance--Jack, with his multiplepersonas, is soon unmasked as a spy and a formidable soldier. His world,however, will be "turned upside down" by passion for a fairrebel. The Blue Bird Quilt is a hymn to quilters everywhere. Angelica, theheroine, hunted by men and events through the ruins of her own oncecomfortable, New York world, tries to keep her sanity bycollecting pieces while even escaping one peril afteranother on the road up the river. She will, withonly her needle, return a world ripped apart by hatred to a new,harmonious and beautiful whole.