Outstanding book! I loved it and hope there is more to the story in upcoming books! Two accounts of two different women in two different times are interwoven in a beautiful way. Each one intriguing on its own but they do have a connection, a family tie. The reality of the persecution of the Huguenots in France by Louis IV and their desperate migration to other countries to freely practice their religious beliefs creates the background for Catherine’s story. Her family jointly owns a printing business with her fiance’s family and a brochure they produce generations later is the focus of Renee’s life in current time. This book contains mystery, romance, and history and its pace is perfect. As I neared the end I really did not want the book to be over. The characters were deep, well developed, and memorable. They grow, struggle, and at times, fail.
My Brother’s Crown is one of the best books I have read recently and I highly recommend it.
I received a copy of this book from Net Galley for my honest review which I have given.