"THE LILY BRAND is a remarkable extremely dark Regency romance. The metamorphosis of the lead couple is brilliantly developed so that the audience can feel the changes from rage and shame to respect and love."
"THE LILY BRAND is a thrilling and fascinating dark romance about forgiveness and everlasting love. . . . a real page turner . . ."
Tina Strathmann, CUPID'S LIBRARY REVIEWS
"THE LILY BRAND ist ein in seiner oftmals poetischen Sprache beeindruckendes Debüt über menschliche Abgründe und die Heilkraft der Liebe."
Tina Dick, LOVE LETTER
"THE LILY BRAND is a walk on the darker side of the human character. If you like romances with bite, this book will be a real treat for you."
Beverly Forehand, ROUNDTABLE REVIEWS
"Reading the first chapters of Sandra Schwab’s debut one might be tempted to call this an overly dark tale. But read further and you get to explore a lighter site, never losing its intensity. The historical details are well researched and plentiful, but never intrude on the story and the characters. Characters that I won’t forget so soon. A tortured hero and heroine strong enough to be by his side. Sandra Schwab’s command of the English language is breathtaking. Eloquent and often very poetic, The Lily Brand is an exceptional debut . . ."
Kris Alice Hohls, A ROMANCE REVIEW
"The Lily Brand is a most unexpected read. While I was disinterested in all the Regencys that have been coming out lately, I was pleasantly surprised to find that The Lily Brand stands out among them. From the moment we meet Troy in the prison, to the process of healing that both Lillian and Troy had to go through and what they had to overcome, this novel left its mark upon me."
Dorie Hensley, THE MYSTIC CASTLE
"Debut author Sandra Schwab has penned a very dark but emotional romance read that will captivate the reader. . . . Ms. Schwab has created wonderful characters and has taken care in fleshing out the storyline that the reader will surely enjoy. Secondary characters are a wonderful light addition to this story that would otherwise be too overwhelming. I look forward to reading Ms. Schwab again in the future."
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