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Review: Dangerous Sanctuary by Michelle Diener

A short little novella where Susanna once again shows how she can de-escalate a situation and is an excellent helpmate to John. This historical romance is more my speed now because I prefer the ones with intrigue and a good plot versus the bodice ripping lord of the manor romance.

What I like about this new to me series is reading about history through the eyes of a commoner. Ms. Diener's reinterpretation of events during the King Henry reign keeps my attention much better than the history books could have ever presented it.

If only history book writers employed authors to write their books. Think of all the history children would be learning. And all the lessons we'd learn not to repeat. I know my history classes would have been less rote memorization and torture.

This is a historical romance recommended as a nice insight into Susanna before the next book in the series. This can be read as a standalone.

* I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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