Cecily Neville is destined to be great. Her father's favorite daughter, she makes a great match with Richard, Duke of York. Together, their fortunes rise and fall, but they always believe in each other.
I've recently read a couple of books over Cecily Neville, and this by far is my favorite. This Cecily isn't as flawed as others, but she is lively, fun and genuine. I feel like this book focuses a bit more on her life, but still manages to keep the reader in the political activity of the day. This book follows most of her life, but it didn't feel overdrawn or long. A great read from a classic author!