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I found this book to be detailed, compelling, thought-provoking and shocking.
It is an historical romance, with so much detail given to the time period and the political and economical struggles at the time that I had to rethink what I knew of the English Monarch during the Tudor reign. The story is told from the female protagonist’s point of view and it sheds light on the royal family and the struggles of a person perceived as lesser or of little value other than to bear a male heir. The woman in this story is a unique and untold hero who faces real villainy.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves historical novels, a strong female protagonist; stories revolving around historical Royalty; or, who is interested in learning an in-depth account of a story already told a thousand times before.
Here are other formats you can borrow of Gregory's book (including a television series).
It is also book five (5) in Gregory's Cousin's war series; but it is not necessary to read them in order.