At the start of the story, Livia Drusilla is a woman of advanced years who recounts the events of her life.
Daughter of Union County is one of those books that I was beyond excited to read.
Augustus Caesar (once known as Tavius), Rome’s first emperor, is surrounded by three powerful women: Livia, Tavius’s wife and true love; Julia, Tavius’s only child; and Cleopatra Selene (called Selene), Tavius’s ward.
Aimee Tierney had it all: she was going to marry her handsome childhood sweetheart, they were going to start a life together, and live happily ever after. Or so she thought!
Lizzie Boylston, our heroine stands on the threshold of her home as she watches her husband, Jeb, depart for war.
The story begins at Hampton Court Palace, where the heroine Alice Petherton and her friends are all Maids of Honor to Jane Seymour, the current Queen of England.