Richly written and multi-layered, Mist of Midnight blends traditional England and exotic India in an historical feat worthy of Victoria Holt. Breathless danger, romance, and intrigue made this series opener by the ultra-talented Sandra Byrd a compelling must read! Laura Frantz, author of Love’s Reckoning
...man he made and for him built Magnificent this world, and earth his seat, Him lord pronounced; and, Oh indignity! Subjected to his service angel-wings, And flaming ministers to watch and tend Their earthy charge: Of these the vigilance I dread; and, to elude, thus wrapped in mist Of midnight vapor glide obscure, and pry In every bush and brake, where hap may find The serpent sleeping; in whose mazy folds To hide me, and the dark intent I bring. Paradise Lost, John MiltonJuly 10thLady Mary Seymour was the only child of Queen Kateryn Parr and her fourth husband, Thomas ...
'Sandra Byrd's first venture into historical fiction is nothing short of brilliant. All the Tudor details are perfectly placed, like gemstones in a royal crown, yet there is far more to this compelling novel... Simply put, To Die For is the best historical novel I've read in many a season, a masterpiece of history and heart.' Liz Curtis Higgs, NY Times Bestselling Author