Four Sisters, All Queens

“Four Sisters, All Queens draws the reader into the intrigue and drama of the courts of 13th century Europe, delightfully evoking the rich details and vivid personalities of a fascinating era. A feast for fans of historical fiction!”
-Gillian Bagwell, author of The Darling Strumpet and The September Queen

“Sherry Jones bursts onto the medieval scene with this enthralling tale of four royal sisters vying for power. Engrossing and vividly rendered, the intrigue and splendor of 13th century Europe are brought to life through the voices of these disparate women, each destined to take the throne and find herself in a dangerous struggle for dominance against her own kin. Family politics, forbidden passion, and heartbreaking sacrifice create a mesmerizing tableau of what it meant to be a queen.”
-C.W. Gortner, author of The Confessions of Catherine de Medici

“The power of these four sisters, these intriguing women, commands every page as does Sherry Jones’s exquisite and well-crafted narrative. Their particular experiences, so finely conveyed, offers a distinct glimpse into the full landscape of thirteenth century Europe and the influence of its women.”
-Donna Russo Morin, The King’s Agent

“In Four Sisters, All Queens, Sherry Jones tells an extraordinary story of four extraordinary women, all with royal destinies. In elegant but lively prose, she brings their triumphs and struggles to life.”
-Susan Higginbotham, author of Her Highness, the Traitor

“Sherry Jones brings medieval Europe to life through the extraordinary destinies of the “ladies of Provence.” Queens, sisters, rivals… What a tale!”
-Catherine Delors, author of Mistress of the Revolution and For the King

“A lively, entertaining tableau that evokes the complexities of court life in thirteenth-century Provence, France, and England as seen through the eyes of four remarkable women.”
-Mitchell James Kaplan, author of By Fire, By Water

White Heart

“Sherry has an eloquent writing style. She has researched this period in history very well and this is reflected in the amazing stories she has to tell!”

-The Secret Writer

The Jewel of Medina

(Five stars) “Great Historical fiction. I liked the window into the origins of Islam. It humanizes the Prophet Mohammed, focusing on the man and his wives rather than the Koran and Islam. I thought that using A’isha to tell the story gave it an additional angle, that of someone growing up alongside the new beliefs of the faithful.” — Bruce D., Shelfari