The author who masterfully builds a dramatic story presents another gripping novel of the women of Tudor England. As the bereft, orphaned cousin to the ill-fated Anne Boleyn, Katherine Howard knows better than many the danger of being favored by the King. But she is a Howard, and therefore ambitious, so she assumes the role Henry VIII has assigned her-his untouched child bride, his adored fifth wife. But her innocence is imagined, the first of many lies she will have to tell to gain the throne. And the path that she will tread to do so is one fraught with the same dangers that cost Queen Anne her head.
Sarah de Almeida Hoyt was born in Porto, Portugal. She now lives in Colorado with her husband, two sons and four cats. She holds an MA in English and Literature and has pursued Shakespearean studies as a hobby for over twenty-five years. All Night Awake is her second novel and continues the story of her first, Ill Met By Moonlight. Her short stories have appeared in various magazines, among them Weird Tales and Absolute Magnitude.