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by Laura Andersen
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Debbie's Spurts
Debbie's Spurts rated it 4 years ago
...this might appeal. Looking for more of the Boleyns and the Tutdors -- not so much, Fictional Minuette -- all that is stereotypically appealing in a female plus while in a postion of servitude to Princess Elizabeth able to leave service for months at a time including to her very own property co...
The Book-Addled Brain
The Book-Addled Brain rated it 7 years ago
The Boleyn Deceit: A Novel - Laura Andersen What if Anne Boleyn had produced a male heir to the Tudor throne? The thought is fascinating to ponder, so I was eager to dive into The Boleyn Deceit, generously provided by NetGalley for review. I found The Boleyn Deceit quite enjoyable, but it was ...
AbibliophobicTendencies♥
AbibliophobicTendencies♥ rated it 7 years ago
Boleyn DeceitLaura Anderson★☆★I liked this book. I enjoyed the Era and I am a huge fan of this time period.But I have never read the first book, son I felt pretty lost. It is not one meant to be standalone. I am going to go back and read the first novel then read this novel again. That way I won't b...
Kathryn Lively, Reader
Kathryn Lively, Reader rated it 7 years ago
ARC received from the publisher via NetGalley.The Boleyn Deceit picks up where its predecessor, The Boleyn King, leave off. In my review of the first book, I incorrectly identified the king as William - he is called William in private but is known as Henry IX of England. Two years or so have passed ...
Erin's Books
Erin's Books rated it 7 years ago
The Boleyn Deceit opens up shortly after The Boleyn King ends and continues with the story of what could have happened if Anne Boleyn had a son that became King.Will (Henry IX) has come into his power and is trying to navigate the political pieces of his rule. The three people he trusts the most ar...
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