Praise for MRS. GRANT AND MADAME JULE
"The battles are described in detail, but they do not overwhelm, nor do they overshadow the main topic. Chiaverini is a talented author who clearly did her research."
-- RT Book Reviews
"[Chiaverinis] depiction of the essential decency of some of our nations early leaders is a high point."
""The intense research Chiaverini did to document the relationship between Julia and Ulysses Grant is admirable, and made their love story factual and heartwarming. It certainly gave this reader a different perspective of the famous general… All in all this work of historical fiction was a delightful read."
"But never before has [Chiaverini] told a story of such touching beauty and original perspective as she does now in her latest tome, MRS. GRANT AND MADAME JULE."
"Chiaverini's fans will love this light historical romance."
"­Chiaverinis eye for detail coupled with an ability to breathe life into her characters ensures an engrossing period piece that does not fail to both entertain and inform." -- Library Journal
Praise for Jennifer Chiaverini and her Novels
"Historyand its colorful characterscome alive." USA Today
"Jennifer Chiaverini imagines the First Ladys most private affairs through the eyes of an unlikely confidante." Harpers Bazaar
"Chiaverini has drawn a loving portrait of a complex and gifted woman . . . Mrs. Lincolns Dressmaker helps to illuminate the path on which her long and remarkable life led her." St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Praise for The Spymistress
"[A] must read book . . . Author Chiaverini has a knack for finding fascinating, if unheralded, women in history she favors the Civil War era and shining a light on them with readable historical novels." New York Post
"Compelling." Historical Novel Society
"Jennifer Chiaverinis latest bestseller will thrill Civil War buffs and anyone who loves reading about American history and the contribution of women to the momentous events that formed this country." Bookreporter
Praise for Mrs. Lincolns Rival
"In addition to simply being fascinating stories, [Jennifer Chiaverinis] novels go a long way in capturing the texture of life for women, rich and poor, black and white, in those perilous years." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"Filled with details of the social intrigue, slights and innuendo that occurred between the two, the book will appeal to anyone who loves a novel filled with the appearance of numerous fictional accounts of and appearances by the figures who shaped America's history during the period of the Civil War." --Bookreporter