Traci E. Hall's The Queen's Guard: Violet has all the elements that make for a fantastic and sexy historical read. As always, Ms. Hall manages to beautifully convey real characters—and the human emotion that rules us through all time. I love her work!
~ Heather Graham, New York Times Best-Selling Author of Bride of the Night
An exciting blend of historical fiction and historical romance that sweeps the reader into the medieval world of court intrigue, hidden passions, and forbidden love, with a hero who’s emotionally torn by his past and struggling to trust and a heroine who’s willing to risk her life for her queen but who is never braver than when she risks her heart for the man she loves. Wonderfully researched, with details that bring the period vividly to life!
~ Allison Chase, Award-Winning Author of Recklessly Yours
Traci Hall is a gifted story teller who never fails to deliver that different kind of medieval romance. The Queens Guard is sure to delight all who read it.
~ Linda Abel, The Medieval Chronicle
“A fine tale that features a heroine willing to go against the conventions of the time. . . . A nice romance with a bit of mystery, this story . . . gives the reader a you-are-there feel of the time period.”
~ Susan Mobley, Romantic Times Review (July 2012)
“The Queen’s Guard: Violet is a charming historical romance. Traci E. Hall pens a novel woven with mystery, humor, and colorful characters . . . for a rich read.”
~ Billie Jo, Romance Junkies
“The author weaves a well-written story of political intrigue, espionage, attempted murder, and mystery.”
~ Stephanie Moore Hopkins, Historical Novel Society
“This story was intriguing for me as a reader. I loved the historical aspects, especially the inclusion of historical figures. . . . This was a great read.”
~Heather, Eye on Romance
“I look forward to reading about the other charismatic women who comprise the Queen’s Guard and recommend this story as an enjoyable read to anyone who loves the pomp and pageantry of tales that feature the royalty and their companions.”
~Night Owl Reviews