Monday, May 9, 2011
Book Review: "Mark of Royalty" by Clark & Williams
Mark of Royalty
Jennifer K Clark
Stephanie K. Williams
I loved this book. It was a quick read and hard to put down. I think you will enjoy it too. Most of the things I loved about the book are in the short youtube video below. I won't add more, but I recommend it.
For the Non-LDS reader - this isn't a christian or LDS novel ... sooooo feel free to read this beautiful novel.
Review by Tristi Pinkston (on the back of the book); A richly woven tale of romance and intrigue laced with compelling characters, east to hate villains, and deeds of derring-to."
Back of the Book:
At a time when royal infants are marked at birth, a royal advisor makes a terrible misstep -- and an infant princess must be secreted away to save her life.
Named Sarah by Miranda, the woman who agrees to raise the child as her own, the girl is unaware of her royal heritage -- even though Miranda has done all she can to pair Sarah with the king's nephew, Lord Chad. but unexpected events prevent the expected betrothal.
Determined to fulfill her devoted mother's wishes, Sarah reserves her heart for Chad despite her growing affections for another man. But as plots against the crown unfold, someone accidentally discovers Sarah's mark of royalty -- setting the stage for discoveries that will shake the kingdom to its core.