REVIEW: Long Lost Jules

I feel like I went on a roller coaster while reading this book but not in the way I expected. I love anything with a Tudor connection so the long lost relative angle was really interesting to me. Leo is a professor who thinks that Amy is a descendent of Katherine Parr and heir to a castle whose history he’s desperately trying to save. He pops up in her life and is frankly a little unnecessarily creepy at first. I didn’t care much for her early on either. But I was intrigued by the concept so I stuck with it and I’m glad I did.

I would find it hard to actually classify this book because there are so many aspects. You have that historical mystery plot but that is not the bulk of the story. Leo and Amy each have intriguing backstories that are revealed as they get closer and closer. There is way more action than I expected as we learn just how Leo and Amy live their lives. It’s hard to give more details without spoilers but if you’re looking for a story with unusual characters, a little romance, a lot of intrigue and all sorts of action, give this one a try! ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫

Thanks to Booksparks for a copy of this novel. All opinions above are my own.


Do you have any famous ancestors?

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I am the Vice President of Clinical Affairs for a medical device company where my job is to promote the utility of the device to doctors. I have science and business degrees and have editorial experience in medical communications. In college, I served as an Editorial Assistant for a healthcare communications company and have served on two editorial boards for peer-reviewed journals. In my free time, I always have a book in my hand... or two or three! On average, I read 20 books a month. I have looked to combine two of my skill sets to review on Goodreads and promote books on Instagram that I love to other readers. I'm open to partnering with publishers as an influencer for book tours, giveaways etc.

One thought on “REVIEW: Long Lost Jules

  1. I enjoyed this one too. I had no idea what to expect going in and was very pleasantly surprised by the unexpected twists and turns! And I do have one famous ancestor that I know of: Dr. David Livingstone, the missionary and explorer (of Africa).

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