In late seventeenth century London, two women, one white, one black, stake everything to prevent a manipulative mogul from destroying them. Zenobia, born into poverty, grasps that her only hope of controlling her own life is to capitalize on her looks; Lily, brought to London on a sugar and slave ship as a "toy," educated alongside her mistress but used by her master, lives as a kept woman. As their story weaves and folds through a murky and merc...
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- My Blog | My TwitterMeh, it was ok. If you want a longer and much more detailed review, you can check my blog in a few weeks, once HNS posts their official review of it. My blog reviews are more detailed than what I can send to them anyway.
- FYI: I won this book on goodreads.com.I enjoyed reading this book, but found the jumping around in time slightly confusing. I am not sure why it was written this way. There was plenty of deceit and romance to keep me interested. Nice summer read.
- Really enjoyed the intertwined storylines. It definitely kept me interested.