The Boleyn Bride
Publish date: February 25th 2014
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
I would give this no stars if I could. Henry had a new love now. A fair and fragile lady who was everything my daughter wasn’t and never would be—soothing, still waters, a placid blue gazing pool, instead of turbulent, cascading, rapid waters, crashing waves, and strong currents; clear blue skies in...
The Boleyn Bride is the story of Anne Boleyn as told through the eyes of her mother, Elizabeth Boleyn. Initially, this seemed like an interesting point of view as I could not recall ever hearing much about the mother of this doomed queen. In the tradition of Philippa Gregory and Jean Plaidy, the aut...
I have to admit I have long wondered about the mother of my dearest Queen Anne Boleyn, the marvelously elusive, Elizabeth Boleyn, sister of The Duke of Norfolk, wife of Thomas Boleyn, mother to Mary, Anne and George and grandmother of Elizabeth I. I was beyond thrilled to see that Brandy Purdy had ...
This and my other reviews can be found at buildabookshelf.com Thanks to Netgalley and Kensington books for the advanced copyUpon first appearances, one may think that The Boleyn Bride, would perhaps be about Anne Boleyn, the former Queen of England and definitely the most popular of all the Boleyn ...
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