Reviews about historical, literary, classic, and other fiction. Miscellaneous book things.
Oh, brother. This is the kind of book that gives the historical fiction genre a bad name. It's really more of chick lit, at best.
The premise was rather fanciful, and the characters were either one-dimensional or inconsistent and unbelievable as real people. The mystery was very easily guessed pretty early on, but I lost interest long before the story really revealed that.