Margaret of Wessex: Mother, Saint, and Queen of Scots by Laurel A. Rockefeller

Karen Meyer’s Review: 4-Stars

I have to say right up front that the only reason I finished this novel is because Laurel wrote it. There were so many characters that I had a hard time keeping everyone straight. Laurel’s research is impeccable, so I know everything is true and that this is a good history book. The problem lies in the fact that it is a true love story, and I just got too bogged down in the facts to enjoy the story itself.

Sherry Terry’s Review: 4-Stars

These kinds of covers on books will always make me stop and take a second look. I write historical romance/erotica and they are great research material for me. The best thing about Laurel’s series on the women of history is she makes learning fun. This set of books is told like a story, not like facts in an encyclopedia.



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