Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Creole Princess Review

All along the eastern seaboard, the American struggle for independence rages. In the British-held southern port of Mobile, Alabama, the conflict brewing is quieter--though no less deadly. The lovely Frenchwoman Lyse Lanier is best friends with the daughter of the British commander. Rafael Gonzalez is a charming young Spanish merchant with a secret mission and a shipment of gold to support General Washington. As their paths cross and their destinies become increasingly tangled, Lyse and Rafael must decide where their true loyalties lie--and somehow keep Lyse's family from being executed as traitors to the British Crown.

Creole Princess by Beth White was an very interesting historical read.  Creole Princess had many interesting characters that I enjoyed but I felt like I was lacking a connection to them. I guess I just wish that I could have gotten to know some of the characters more than I was able to. But other than that I loved the historical aspect of the novel, I learned some things I hadn't known before. Though I can't say it was one of my favorite reads this year I still really enjoyed it and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good historical read.

4 out of 5. An good historical Afternoon Snack. 

I received a copy of this book from Revell in exchange for my honest review.

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