Review: The Royal Key

Known for her Diana, Princess of Wales series, Deb Stratas has stepped into fiction with The Royal Key. The Royal Key focuses on Canadian protagonist Annabelle, who is struggling to overcome a personal tragedy. Before she knows it, she is nannying royal children in a Victorian country home in the 19th century. She has to figure out how to get back to the present to her lover while adapting to…
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Review: Explore Sweden with Crown Princess Victoria

This was a book I’d been looking forward to for a very long time, and it did not disappoint. In the absence of international travel in 2020 (and probably 2021), it provided a trip of sorts through Sweden – a place I’d hoped to visit in 2020. Explore Sweden with Crown Princess Victoria is out in Swedish and English. It includes a foreword by Crown Princess Victoria where she…
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Review: The Grace Kelly Dress

The Grace Kelly Dress by Brenda Janowitz is a recently released fictional book revolving around Princess Grace of Monaco’s famous wedding gown…or a replica of it passed down through the generations. There are three different storylines: 1950s, 1980s and present-day where it follows the bride’s grandmother, mother, and the bride, respectively, in their love lives and paths to the…
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Review: At Home with Diana

Deb Stratas has written her fourth book featuring Diana, Princess of Wales. This one, At Home with Diana, tells Diana’s story through the windows of her homes and residences. The book goes from her birth to her death in homes such as Park House, Althorp, Kensington…

Review: The Faith of Queen Elizabeth

Just in time for Christmas, The Faith of Queen Elizabeth, the Poise, Grace, and Quiet Strength Behind the Crown by Dudley Delffs will be released on 3 December. As a woman of faith myself, this was a book I was looking forward to reading, and I was very lucky to get an…
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Review: "A day with The Queen"

I was sent this lovely illustrated book by a Portuguese author, Diana Del-Negro for a review. It’s a children’s book that Del-Negro wrote and illustrated herself. She wrote it for her five-year-old daughter, Laura, to “explain that real princesses exist, and also queens.” The short book starts with a greeting by a corgi (The Queen’s beloved breed of dog) named…
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