Tangled in Time #2: The Burning Queen
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When Princess Mary ascends the throne in sixteenth-century England, Rose is forced to leave Princess Elizabeth and serve Mary.
Relishing her newfound family, Rose is determined to rescue her father and best friend Franny from the dangers of Queen Mary's reign. The characters are diverse and well written, the plot and premise are incredibly fun and the book itself is peppered with great messages about standing up for what's right and being brave in the face of injustice.
This is decent follow up to the first book. It kinda feels like there is too much going, as there are multiple plotlines and stakes. While those are good things, they aren't balanced well. In the end, I enjoyed this book and will continue to read this series.