The Wild Princess (Paperback)
A Novel of Queen Victoria's Defiant Daughter
William Morrow Paperbacks, 9780062123466, 432pp.
Publication Date: July 31, 2012
About the Author
Mary Hart Perry lives in Maryland with her two cats and husband. She teaches at the Writer's Center in Washington, D.C., and is an inspiring speaker for international and regional groups interested in the joys of writing and history and the promotion of teen and adult literacy.
Praise For The Wild Princess: A Novel of Queen Victoria's Defiant Daughter…
— Susan Fraser King, author of Lady Macbeth and Queen Hereafter
THE WILD PRINCESS is a fascinating, intriguing glimpse into a royal household. There is the public image and then there is the reality that Mary Hart Perry brilliant brings to life.
— Cathy Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author of Lyon's Bride
The Wild Princess is a wild ride, artfully told and overflowing with lavish Victorian detail. Perry’s Louise is equal parts fearless and vulnerable, admirable but also approachable. Perry walks the line between fact and invention with ease, weaving a fictional tale that nevertheless feels real.
— Shelf Awareness for Readers
Lots of action, compassion, mystery, and romance. Definitely a must read for those who love a great romance.
— A Date with a Book
[A] marvelous tale about the life of the real Princess Louise, Queen Victoria’s most unconventional daughter-and the fascinating events that might have taken place between the cracks of recorded history. Full of romance and suspense …. a masterly historical novel.
— Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author of No Longer a Gentleman, and Dark Destiny as M. J. Putney.
I love historical fiction and I’m a huge fan of Philippa Gregory’s work, and now I am also a fan of Mary Hart Perry. This novel has mystery, romance and historical elements...it’s just wonderful. Rating: 4.2 Stars!
— For the Love of Film and Novels
“A rollicking adventure about Queen Victoria’s bold artist daughter who finds herself ensnared in a plot involving expert bombers, a murderous pimp, and the former undercover guard to Abraham Lincoln, one of which vies for her heart.”
— Heather Webb, Between the Sheets