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by Michelle Diener
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Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 8 months ago
Apparently I read this book during the outage and forgot to post any updates about it. That should tell you how memorable it was. The blurb promises a reader a fast paced romp through Tudor England full of intrigue and conspiracy. Both of those things were true. However, at some point the author ...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 7 years ago
The reviews for this book are divided between 5 stars and 1 star, and so is my opinion. I don’t think it’s a bad novel, but it’s not outstanding either. The story is a historical romantic adventure in the court of young Henry VIII, and the setting alone provides conflict aplenty. It seems that every...
Tina's Reading Books
Tina's Reading Books rated it 7 years ago
This was....nice. More romance than I expected. Much more. But that was not a bad thing since I like romance in my books.The history felt wallpapery and yet not. If that makes sense. Susanna, John Parker and a lot of the secondary characters were actual historical figures and the events surroun...
Nocturnal Book Reviews
Nocturnal Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
Despite a lot of modernisms, I really enjoyed it. Review coming...
Joan3000 rated it 8 years ago
I don't have much to say about this book.I loved the writing style and the flow of the story didn't get tiring or stifled. The characters were very well developed and complex enough for me to have nothing to bitch about and the intrigue and plot twists were plenty. :)I 've always loved reading about...
I like turtles
I like turtles rated it 8 years ago
She's a beautiful Belgian painter sent to England to paint for the king. He's a handsome, non-courtly courtier and loyal royal spymaster. Together, they fight crime!I wanted to like this more because I like the idea of the crime-flighting couple in Henry's court. Alas, they're...boring. I might read...
Bookfever rated it 8 years ago
I received this wonderful book for review. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Michelle Diener! :DMy love for historical novels has been reawakened for sure now! I love anything hystorical, from ancient Egypt to 19th century London. Well, this book was about the time of Henry VIII in 1525. I've always ...
Jenny Schwartz
Jenny Schwartz rated it 8 years ago
When I read historical romance it tends to be twentieth century or regency...what have I been missing!In A Treacherous Court is as vivid and enthralling as the wonderful fantasies of Patricia Wrede and Patricia Briggs. The characters are likeable yet complicated, the conflict, even more complicated!...
Surrounded by Books
Surrounded by Books rated it 9 years ago
Tudor England! Historical fiction! Spies! Banter! Intrigue! Romance!Yes, I very much liked this book.
Blodeuedd rated it 9 years ago
My thoughts:It is always interesting to read about real people in history that are relatively unknown. Susanna and John did live and meet. But all the intrigues made up around this story are the works of imagination, perhaps and who knows.This book is a nice mix of romance and intrigue. Susanna is s...
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