“Lovers of historical fiction will enjoy Dorothy Love’s well-researched tale.”

—Lisa Wingate, author of Before We Were Yours

“The perfect blend of mystery, history, and the quest for love and truth. A great read not only for lovers of historical fiction but for anyone who hungers for a well-told story.”

—Susan Meissner, author of As Bright As Heaven

“Love has effectively captured the complicated unbalanced relationship between these two women…Love’s keen attention to historical detail adds to its authenticity.”

—Booklist, starred review Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Gray

“Love succeeds, creating a sympathetic portrait of these two women that both engages and educates the reader. “

—Publisher’s Weekly review of Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Gray

“Top Pick! A beautifully written novel.” 

—RT Reviews Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Gray

“Top Pick! A great historical with a Gothic vibe…a unique novel readers are sure to treasure forever.”

—RT Reviews A Respectable Actress

“Beautifully portrays an independent Southern woman. Pitch perfect…a memorable book.”

—Historical Novels Review on Carolina Gold

“With well-drawn characters and just enough suspense to keep the pages turning, this winning debut will be a hit…”

—Library Journal, starred review of Beyond All Measure

“Vivid and romantic…”

—Library Journal on Carolina Gold

Now Available

Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Gray

The story of the extraordinary friendship between Mrs. Robert E Lee and her servant Selina Gray that transcended race, class, culture, and the tumult of war.

Buy From Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com, and BooksaMillion.com

More about Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Gray

The Bracelet

the_braceletA beautiful girl. A mysterious bracelet. A deadly message. Inspired by actual events in one of Savannah’s most prominent 19th century families, THE BRACELET  combines  romance, rich historical detail and breathtaking suspense as one young woman embarks upon a dangerous quest to free herself from her family’s tragic past.

Buy Now from Amazon.comBarnesandNoble.com, and Books a Million!.

More about The Bracelet.

Latest Blog Update: Confessions of a Late Bloomer

My name is Dorothy and I’m a late bloomer. Though I powered through my university program, finishing my BS degree in 3.5 years, my master’s and Ph.D in 28 months, I spent fourteen years  as a teacher, then as a curriculum and strategies consultant, then as an administrator, waking up every day longing for a […]