PRAISE FOR KATHERINE LONGSHORE:
A more literary version of Gossip Girl overlaid onto 16th-century England . . . "The Los Angeles Times" on "Gilt" I found my new favorite series . . . see for yourself why I couldn't put the book down. MTV.com on "Gilt" A good, juicy story . . . royally riveting for the reader. "Booklist" on" Gilt" The raw emotions and unflinching honesty of a young girl caught in a whirlwind of history shine through, keeping readers engaged to the end. "Kirkus "on "Tarnish" Swoon overload . . . Funny, witty and entertaining, Tarnish is a must-read for anyone wanting to add invigorating drama and sensual romance to their bookshelf. MTV.com on "Tarnish" Great for readers of romance, royal fiction and history, or those looking for a summer read that makes them think a bit, too. Shelf Awareness on "Tarnish"
..".readers will find themselves both fascinated and terrified as this independent young woman fights to live and love on her own terms." "Booklist"on"Brazen"
"Longshore skillfully blends history with romance, weaving a compelling, poignant story of love, loss and betrayal." "Kirkus"on"Brazen"
"Fans of the author s other offerings about the Tudors Gilt (2012) and Tarnish (2013, both Viking) and the TV show "Reign "will enjoy this steamy historical romance, perfect for teens not yet ready for Philippa Gregory s novels." "School Library Journal"on"Brazen"
"This book makes a great entry for readers not yet introduced to the novels of Philippa Gregory and Alison Weir." "Library Media Connection"on"Brazen""show more