Sunday, February 6, 2011

Lady in Waiting: A Review

Susan Meisimagesner is on my “I’ll read her work anytime” list. 

Except I don’t have that list.  

But if I did, she would be on it.

Lady in Waiting by Susan Meissner is a novel about modern day, Jane Lindsay, who finds her life intertwining with sixteenth-century, Lucy Day, the fictitious dressmaker to Lady Jane Grey .  A “random” find in a box of old relics from a moldy box leads Jane on a journey that helps to salvage a stale marriage. 

I enjoyed the long history that was linked to this little and almost priceless ring.  It would certainly be a ring that Gollum would covet . . . for it most likely represented a very secret, long forgotten covenant. 

Join Susan Meissner as she ponders who Lady Jane Grey was . . . where her heart lie . . . and what she triumphed in during her short reign.

Please rank my review!


Note:  I was given this book for free for review purposes.  I was encouraged to give my honest opinion.  I was not paid nor do I have to return this book.  Thanks to Waterbrook Press for a copy of this book, which can be found on Amazon.

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