Today, I have such an awesome treat in store for you guys. I'm featuring a beautifully written excerpt from Mary Hart Perry's newest young adult novel, The Wild Princess. It's an exhilirating, romantic historical novel filled with stunning imagery that pops to life on the pages and will definitely leave you entranced with by its rich and enchanting world if you enjoy historical fiction. I would definitely recommend picking up a copy of it for yourself at the end of this month.
The astronomical success of the historical novels of Phillipa Gregory and Christine Trent prove that readers simply can't get enough of the British royals--and now Mary Hart Perry enters the fray with an exciting, deliciously sensual novel of Queen Victoria's "wild child" daughter, the Princess Louise.
The Wild Princess transports us back to Victorian England and plunges us into the intrigues of the royal court, where the impetuous Louise brazenly followed no one's rules but her own--even marrying a commoner, which no one of royal blood had done in the previous three centuries. Filled with rich period deal, The Wild Princess is an exciting, enthralling read. The Tudors have gotten the lion's share of attention in historical fiction; it's high time Queen Victoria and her family got their due.
* Summary taken from Goodreads.
The Wild Princess
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ABOUT MARY HART PERRY
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Mary Hart Perry lives in Maryland with her husband and two feline writing partners: Miranda and Tempest. She teaches at The Writer's Center in Washington, DC and is an inspiring speaker for international and regional organizations interested in the joys of history and fiction writing. She is an advocate for teen and adult literacy. You can reach her at Mary@MaryHartPerry.com. She invites you to "like" her Facebook page and follow her on Twitter @Mary_Hart_Perry.
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