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MYSELF MY ENEMY (The Queens of England, Vol. 1) - Jean Plaidy
MYSELF MY ENEMY (The Queens of England, Vol. 1)
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Henrietta Maria's father was murdered and she has grown up in a court of intrigue, constantly on the verge of conflict, until the arrival of the future King of England. Henrietta becomes betrothed to him and embarks on a stormy marriage which grows into a passionate and steadfast union. Blindly... show more
Henrietta Maria's father was murdered and she has grown up in a court of intrigue, constantly on the verge of conflict, until the arrival of the future King of England. Henrietta becomes betrothed to him and embarks on a stormy marriage which grows into a passionate and steadfast union. Blindly they blunder through the years, watching the rise of men such as Cromwell, Hampden and Pym, unaware of the spies in their own household. There follows the inevitable march to war - the sequel of which is played out on a cold January day in Whitehall.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780449206485 (0449206483)
ASIN: 0449206483
Publisher: Fawcett
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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Posh Dresses, Hot Men and Heaving Bosoms rated it
2.0 MYSELF MY ENEMY (The Queens of England, Vol. 1)
I had to knock off a star off my rating because the lead character was one of the most irritating heroines I have come across in a long time. She was so inconsiderate of anyone else, so rude and trouble-making that frankly it was a chore reading this book which was a great shame as I love this time ...
Michelle CH
Michelle CH rated it
It was a struggle to get through this book and I kept the myth alive that it would get better. Unfortunately it did not.There were contradictions throughout the story which were annoying as was the repetition and flat characters. Henrietta is a Catholic queen in Protestant England married to Charles...
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