A Princess Is Always Right by Stephanie Burkhart
It ‘s a sci-fi fantasy with so much adventure and romance, will captivate you from the first page. If you want to make an adventurous journey in the Europe of the mid nineteenth century this is the perfect book.
Sophia may be the youngest Windsor, but she knows her mind. A Princess of York, she’s committed to do her duty – prevent Jonas Byron from finding Nikola Tesla and decimating the time line.
Jax Ruston is a rugged metalsmith with curly hair and dimples to die for. A resident of 1855, he’s pledged to help Sophia find Jonas. Together, they journey across continental Europe in pursuit of Jonas.
Despite her duty, Sophia’s attracted to handsome Jax. However, he’s committed to living in 1855. Can Sophia keep her focus on her mission, or will desire interfere with her task? Only one thing is certain: a princess is always right.
Review by Veronica Marzini:
Finally another adventure of the cousins Windsor and their time travel. The protagonist of this episode is Sophia, the youngest of Windsor, she has the delicate task of going back in time to stop Jonas Byron and prevent him from modifying their future. To do this she have to pass through the whole Europe.
It was really fun and exciting traveling in the Europe of 1855. Another compelling aspect of this novel is the troubled love story between Sophia and Jax with the third wheel of Ian, a sweet five year old child. I really like this couple, a princess and a blacksmith. Sophia is sweet, gentle but also adventurous and brave, a real Windsor. Jax is a good guy, smart and very in love with Sophia although it is difficult for him to admit it.
This is the fourth book in the series “The Windsor Diaries,” for easier and pleasant reading I advice to read the series in sequence, although there are many references to previous episodes that is fine as a stand alone
It ‘s a sci-fi fantasy with so much adventure and romance, will captivate you from the first page.
If you want to make an adventurous journey in the Europe of the mid nineteenth century this is the perfect book.
Review by A. Brantley:
I don’t read a lot of time travel romance, but I really enjoyed this one! Stephanie Burkhart has an amazing ability when it comes to creating realistic characters and detailed scenes.
I would highly recommend her work. I also recently read The Wolf’s Torment and it was AWESOME! Can’t wait to read more from this author.