The Land Beneath Us by Sarah Sundin

Leah Jones is working as a librarian at an army base in Tennessee. Ever since she lost her parents and was separated from her sister, she’s been struggling to find her place. In the orphanage, she felt an outsider and the time with the adoptive family was a nightmare. There she was a stranger who…

Victoria by Daisy Goodwin

One early July morning in 1837 eighteen-year-old Alexandrina Victoria becomes the Queen of the most influential country in the world. She is young, sentimental, and romantic and she finally gets the freedom she was longing for. Being raised by a strict mother, whose only goal was to guard and protect the delicate mind of a…

Mata Hari’s Last Dance by Michelle Moran

Margaretha Zelle MacLeod arrives in Paris with the only goal to become a famous dancer. She is struggling to accept her father’s betrayal, abandonment, and the heartbreak. But she is in Paris now, the city that can make her succeed or break her. With the help of a powerful socialite, she manages to become one…

Madame Tussaud: A Novel of the French Revolution by Michelle Moran

Marie Grosholtz was working in her uncle’s wax figure salon, Salon de Cire. She was not only helping him manage the salon but also was the creator of the most famous and eye-catching figures. They manage to create a one of a kind museum, which was visited and worshiped by the most powerful people of…

All the Flowers in Paris by Sarah Jio

Two women. Two heartbreaking stories. Caroline, an American living in Paris, wakes up in the hospital after a bicycle accident and suffers from a memory loss. She rents an apartment on the Seine that is rumored to be haunted and looks for clues that can help her understand what kind of life she had before…

Review: Lovely War by Julie Berry

The first casualty of war is the truth. The story of four young people who meet and fall in love at the wrong time. Hazel is a pianist from London. She is a shy and modest girl, who never in her life took a risk. But the moment she meets James at a dance party…

Review: Wild Savage Stars by Kristina Pérez

The second book in the series of the epic retelling of Tristan and Eseult myth begins right where the first ended. A long and dangerous journey from Iveriu to Kernyv is coming to an end. Branwen accompanies Eseult to her new home where the princess is going to marry King Marc. Branwen is still trying…

Review: Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

Wicked are the ways of women—and especially a witch. Their guile knows no bounds Louisa is forced to flee her home and hide in the city. From your age, she has to survive the cruel realities of street life and hiding her true self. She is a witch in the world where witches are considered…

Review: Tidelands by Philippa Gregory

1648, England. The country is in the middle of the civil war between the King and the rebelling Parliament. The people are constantly tested for their loyalties. It’s a very dangerous time for everybody especially women. Every small mistake or little whisper can lead a woman to be accused of witchcraft. Alinor is a wise…

Review: Anna of Kleve: Queen of Secrets by Alison Weir

The story of Anne of Cleve King Henry VIII’s fourth wife is familiar to almost every history enthusiast. He saw her portrait and wanted to marry a charming German princess but when she arrived, she wasn’t as pretty as he imagined. That’s King Henry’s version but was it the truth? Obviously, there is more to…