9 Responses

  1. Cleo @Cleopatra Loves Books
    Cleo @Cleopatra Loves Books at |

    Sounds good to me – Lucy Worsley not only knows her history but can weave it into a good story too. Thanks for sharing this one.

  2. emma
    emma at |

    Oh I don’t know about this. I don’t do historical fiction, especially around the Tudors, BUT I do love Lucy Worsley and I figure if anyone could get the details right it would be her. Decisions, decisions on this one.

  3. Margot @ Joyfully Retired
    Margot @ Joyfully Retired at |

    Oh my, twelve? That’s a tough beginning to the story. I am curious, however, so I like to read a few more pages before deciding.

  4. diane
    diane at |

    Not a fan of this type of historical fiction. I do hope you like this one.

  5. Beth F
    Beth F at |

    I like the Tudors! I’m curious about this one.

  6. Jade @ Reading With Jade
    Jade @ Reading With Jade at |

    I’ve recently gotten into historical fiction, and I love the Tudor era. I’d continue!
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  7. Kay
    Kay at |

    What a beginning – age 12 and talking about marriage! This one sounds good.

  8. Laurel-Rain Snow
    Laurel-Rain Snow at |

    Lately I’ve been fascinated by the world of the royals (and those that serve them) in historical times. Thanks for sharing…and I still have a hard time imagining marrying off a girl of twelve!

    Thanks for sharing, and here’s mine: “THE VANISHING YEAR”

  9. Lorraine Montgomery
    Lorraine Montgomery at |

    I love historical fiction around the Tudors. This sounds great. Thanks. Here’s the link to my intro/teaser for today from a novel by Jodi Picoult: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-1s6