Two girls separated by centuries, one living in the Middle Ages and one in the here and now, find common ground in their heroines’ journeys: the need to forge their own lives and identities and the hope of meeting that one, true love.
I received a free copy of this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
First off, I love the cover it is beautiful. I really liked the idea of this book, each of the girls stories are great but, I often felt myself confused between the two and had a hard time working out which way was up. The names were too similar, I know this was on purpose, but I still felt more could have been done to separate the stories.
But other than being confused I enjoyed the story and the history was really enjoyable and from what little I know, accurate.
The writing was melodic and very well written. I would read more from this author.
3 out of 5 stars
Jan @ Notes from a Readerholic said:
It’s too bad the stories were hard to tell apart sometimes. I often find myself impatient to get back to one of the stories when there’s more than one story in a book. I love the cover of this book, too.
I agree, it’s just the names were so similar and they were often talking about the same subject it was quite hard to tell apart. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂