Catherine of Aragon grew up expecting she would someday become the queen of England-not a dejected teenage widow. But that is exactly what happens when fragile Prince Arthur, to whom she has been betrothed since the age of three, dies only months after their wedding. Her power no obsolete, Catherine is exiled to a dank castle in a remote part of the country. She is stranded there for years with little money and no control over her own fate.
The novel depicts a fictionalized version of the life of Catherine of Aragon, including her marriages with Arthur Tudor and Henry Tudor, future Henry VIII.
Mary Tudor is a beautiful young princess in a grand palace filled with servants. She is accustomed to sparkling jewels, beautiful gowns, and lavish parties. Then, suddenly, she is banished by her father, King Henry VIII, to live in a cold, lonely place without money, new clothes or even her mother.
In Tudor England, two sisters compete for the love of a King. Only one can succeed, but who will end up with the happier destiny?
Anne Boleyn was born without great beauty, wealth, or title, but she's blossomed into a captivating young woman-and she knows it. Determined to rise to the top, she uses her wiles to win the heart of England's most powerful man, King Henry VIII. Not satisfield with the king's heart, however, she persuades Henry to defy everyone-including his own wife-to make her his new queen.
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