Lady In Waiting was one of those books that is difficult to put down. There is so much going on that you don’t want to miss anything.
Susan Meissner really makes you feel like you are a part of each world.
Lady In Waiting is the story of Jane Lindsay (wife, mother, antique store manager) who is confronted with the idea that her marriage is crumbling and she now has to reassess her life and what she wants out of it. Jane finds a ring that takes her on a wild ride to find its original owner.
Little does Jane know that the original owner was Lady Jane Grey. Through glimpses of the past, we follow Lady Jane’s story through the eyes of her seamstress, Lucy Day. We see the joys and sorrows of Lady Jane as she grows up from a small eleven year old child to the Queen that she was for nine days.
This book was very well written. It was wonderful to follow along both plotlines as they interwove together to tell a very awe-inspiring tale of love, courage, and determination.
You can download and read the first four chapters.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.