Praise for "The Springsweet" "A lovely historical romance. . . . The author conjures a convincing picture of life on the Oklahoma prairie, painting an absorbing portrait of the landscape and of the people there. . . . A high-quality, absorbing drama."--"Kirkus Reviews" ""The Springsweet" will steal your heart. Zora is a wounded heroine who had me cheering as she rediscovers the strength she thought she'd lost. Blend in a smoldering, yet refreshingly subtle hero, and add a twist of magic and you have a perfect romance in the Old West with another of Saundra Mitchell's signature rich and nuanced historic settings!"--Aprilynne Pike, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Wings" and "Spells" "I didn't think YA historicals could get better than "The Vespertine." "The Springsweet" proved me wrong. This is a gorgeous, unputdownable book that will stay with you long after it's through. Saundra Mitchell just gets better and better."--Sarah MacLean, NYT and USA Today bestselling Author of "Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake" and "Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord" "With Saundra Mitchell's trademark evocative and gorgeous language, The Springsweet takes us across the plains, where the people thirst for love just as the land thirsts for water. I never wanted this book to end!"--Carrie Ryan, "New York Times" best-selling author of The Forest of Hands and Teeth series Praise for "The Vespertine: " "[A] richly conceived historical romance. . . . Fans of Libba Bray's A" Great and Terrible Beauty" will find themselves enchanted by this atmospheric tale."--"Bulletin" "Equal parts vivid period detail, gothic melodrama, and foreboding premonitions coming true . . . an absorbing tale."--"Booklist" "Written in a passionate, inviting voice, The Vespertine is a rich, historical novel of otherworldly power, forbidden romance, and questionable motives."
--Aprilynne Pike, "New York Times" Bestselling Author of "Wings" and "Spells" "Sheer pleasure from beginning to end."--Teshow more