Review for Dangerous Liaisons by Sarah Stuart

Dangerous Liaisons by Sarah Stuart is an intricate story – a blend of history and passion, past and present, set against a backdrop of history that spans hundreds of years, following the royals. It’s a story about faith, love, loss and forgiveness, and interlaced with lies, deceit and heartbreak
Lizzie Cameron leaves home in Scotland to go to university in London. But before leaving, she accidentally finds an old diary in her parents’ attic, which belonged to Queen Margaret.
Not only does the diary prove that Lizzie comes from the royal family, but the queen had written a command for her heirs, “I direct and beseech my heirs to find love where they may. Love is a gift of God, not of kings.” What did that mean?
While trying to untangle its mystery, Lizzie finds her love in London with Michael Marsh – a handsome, talented, young man – but as it often happens, life is not a straight line.
At times dark and unnerving, the story is a definite page turner. It sheds light on the fact that happily ever after is often challenging, and not always possible.
Sarah Stuart’s writing is clean and easy to read, her characters are well drawn and interesting, and her twists will cause your jaw to drop.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes romance/historical fiction.

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