New Reader Views Five-Star review for Rome’s Last Noble Palace

Reader Views

Always an honor to receive favorable editorial reviews, so I’m thrilled to receive a Five-Star review for my latest novel, Rome’s Last Noble Palace, from Reader Views. Here below is the review. Open the pages of “Rome’s Last Noble Palace” by Kimberly Sullivan and you are transported through time in this historical fiction work spanning…

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Launch day for Rome’s Last Noble Palace!

Rome's Last Noble Palace

So very excited! It’s finally here – not just St Nicholas’ day, but also launch day for my latest novel, Rome’s Last Noble Palace. I so loved bringing this dual time line story set in modern-day and 1890s Rome to life, and I hope you’ll enjoy the intertwined stories of Sophie and Isabelle. I have…

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Rome’s Last Noble Palace is a Historical Fiction Company Highly Recommended 5-star review

Rome's Last Roman Palace review

As launch day approaches, excited to receive another strong editorial review for my Rome’s Last Noble Palace. This latest is from the Historical Fiction Company, who awarded my dual timeline novel a Highly-Recommended 5-star award. Here’s what they have to say: Reaching Out Across Time – an Editorial Review of “Rome’s Last Noble Palace” SUNLIGHT…

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New Kirkus Review for Rome’s Last Noble Palace

Kirkus Review visual

I’m always thrilled to get good editorial reviews, but especially so when it’s a positive Kirkus review. And even better when it comes with the verdict: “Get it”. So I was pleased to receive this recent review from Kirkus for my forthcoming release, Rome’s Last Noble Palace. You can read the review below. Sullivan’s romantic…

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Novel research in San Gregorio da Sassola

San Gregorio da Sassola/ Kimberly Sullivan

My new novel, Rome’s Last Noble Palace, will be releasing 6 December. You can learn more about that novel and see early reviews here. Although most of the novel takes place in contemporary and 1896 Rome, a small portion of the 1896 timeline takes place in the tiny town of San Gregorio da Sassola, specifically,…

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