How did a danish princess become the so-called first queen of Great Britain?Anne of Holstein is perhaps the least-known Queen Consort in Britain’s history. She was born and raised in Liverpool, which serves as the inspiration for many of her novels. Andrews, who also writes as lyn andrews, is the Sunday Times Number One bestselling author of over 34 sagas, and one of the top 100 bestselling authors in the UK.
The Danish Queen #ad - When queen elizabeth i died, james inherited the crown of England and was the first ruler to call himself ‘King of Great Britain’, and Anne the first queen. From her homeland of denmark, anne travelled to Scotland – a place she had heard tales about of ruthless and bloodthirsty people – and met her betrothed.
A teenage Anne was infatuated with her match. The danish queen tells the story of a woman who crossed the sea and found love and power, but was fated to watch the tragic demise of her children, all of whom were to be haunted by the tragic destiny of the Stuarts. It is a dramatic and enlightening account of the early years and marriage of a queen whose place in history is little known, and is perfect for fans of Anne O’Brien, Elizabeth Chadwick and Alison Weir.
The White Lion of NorfolkCanelo Saga #ad - She was born and raised in Liverpool, which serves as the inspiration for many of her novels. But will he live to see his great niece, Elizabeth Tudor, become Queen?Lynda M. It pits him as rival and ally to such men as Cardinal Wolsey, Thomas More and Thomas Cromwell, and leads him perilously close to the unsavoury death many feel his savage cruelty deserves.
Meet thomas howard: his quest for power knows no boundsthe white lion of Norfolk is the story of Thomas Howard, Third Duke of Norfolk: a ruthless, unscrupulous man willing even to use his two nieces, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, as pawns to curry political favour. Amidst the pomp and pageantry of the royal Court, Howard climbs the greasy pole of ambition, remaining totally subservient to his master, King Henry VIII.
The White Lion of Norfolk #ad - Andrews, is the sunday times number one bestselling author of over 34 sagas, who also writes as Lyn Andrews, and one of the top 100 bestselling authors in the UK. She now divides her time between Merseyside and the Isle of Man, where she has lived for several years. His devotion places him at odds with his wife, the daughter of the Duke of Buckingham, who was put to death by the King.
Elizabeth, The Witch's DaughterCanelo Saga #ad - Elizabeth i: from princess, to outcast, to the world’s most powerful queenit is recorded that never once during her life did Elizabeth Tudor speak of her mother Anne Boleyn; but did she never think of her? As a little girl, Elizabeth Tudor knows she is a princess but one day is suddenly told she is now 'the Lady Elizabeth'.
She lives in constant danger, yet rises above her detractors to defy her mother’s legacy, and go down in history as one of England’s most ruthless and powerful monarchs. It is the first of four newly reissued classics of historical fiction, which also include The Tudor Heritage, The White Lion of Norfolk and The Danish Queen.
Elizabeth, The Witch's Daughter #ad - Lynda M. Her life became a testament to the ambitions demonstrated of her parents. She now divides her time between Merseyside and the Isle of Man, where she has lived for several years. She was born and raised in Liverpool, which serves as the inspiration for many of her novels. She witnesses from the sidelines the glittering splendour of her father's court, and the terrifying consequences of his wrath.
With few she can trust, elizabeth comes to womanhood during the reigns of her brother and sister, shrouded by a web of deceit. Just how much of an influence did henry viii’s most notorious wife have on her child? And was Elizabeth's accession Anne Boleyn's final triumph over death?A powerful and compelling tale about the tumultuous beginnings of the Virgin Queen, this is the perfect read for fans of Anne O’Brien, Elizabeth Chadwick and Alison Weir.
Andrews, is the sunday times number one bestselling author of over 34 sagas, who also writes as Lyn Andrews, and one of the top 100 bestselling authors in the UK.
The Girl Empress The Chronicle of Maud Book 1Kindle Press #ad - . Thrust into the middle of the greatest political controversy in Europe, Maud must learn to navigate the turbulent political waters while also managing her own transition from girl to woman. Students of history will know the ending: maud will successfully become Empress of the Holy Roman Empire, Queen of Italy, Queen of Germany, and the sole legitimate heir to the English throne.
The history books haven’t done her justice. Engaged, and crowned by the age of twelve, estranged, this is her story . As the firstborn legitimate child of king henry i of England, Princess Maud is faced with the fiercest crisis of her eight-year-old life when she learns that she will be sent to Germany to marry the Holy Roman Emperor.
The Girl Empress The Chronicle of Maud Book 1 #ad - To make matters worse, her husband-to-be is in the midst of a disagreement with the Pope, and the threat of civil war continuously rages. The history books remember her as Empress Mathilda, but her path to sovereignty began when she was just a girl named Maud. But the girl empress invites readers to join Maud on the journey of a lifetime, experiencing the depths of her hopes and dreams, her anxieties and strengths, her successes and failures.
The Tudor Heritage: The family behind the Virgin QueenCanelo Saga #ad - A captivating piece of historical fiction from one of Britain’s bestselling authorsIt is 1559, and Elizabeth Tudor has just succeeded to the throne of England. Beside her are the family who will share the momentous triumphs and setbacks of her reign: the Allgraves. As the spanish armada descends upon the country and mary Stuart lays claim to the English crown, together Elizabeth and the Allgraves will create the Tudor Heritage – a nation whose power was to be feared and respected for centuries to come.
Will the queen’s determination not to marry sabotage her family’s monarchical legacy? And will the Allgraves survive the perilous trials of the Tudor Court?A tale of kinship, loyalty, heroism and reward. Told with lynda andrews’ trademark vibrant storytelling panache, The Tudor Heritage will appeal to readers of Phillipa Gregory, Emily Purdy and Anne O’Brien.
Forsaking All OtherCourante Publishing #ad - Love is no game for women; the price is far too high. England 1585. Bess stoughton, waiting woman to the well-connected Lady Allingbourne, has discovered that her father is arranging for her to marry an elderly neighbour. Normally obedient bess rebels and wrests from her father a year's grace to find a husband more to her liking.
Edmund wyard, a taciturn and scarred veteran of england's campaign in Ireland, is attempting to ignore the pressure from his family to find a suitable wife as he prepares to join the Earl of Leicester's army in the Netherlands. Although bess and edmund are drawn to each other, they are aware that they can have nothing more than friendship.
Forsaking All Other #ad - B. R. A. G. Bess knows that Edmund's wealth and family connections place him beyond her reach. Medallion honoree - 2018coffee pot book Club Book of the Year - Historical Romance - 2018. And edmund, with his well-honed sense of duty, has never considered that he could follow his own wishes. With england on the brink of war and fear of Catholic plots extending even into Lady Allingbourne's household, time is running out for both of them.
MY FAIR LADY: A Story of Eleanor of Provence, Henry III's Lost Queen Medieval Babes, Tales of Little-Known Ladies Book 1Herne's Cave #ad - A woman’s look at her own queenship and life and loves in the 13th century, at the time of the Second Barons Revolt. Eleanor, caught in court intrigue, disturbing baron, simon de montfort, with the powerful, attacked while on a barge passing under London Bridge, looming at every turn--friend or foe? Or what else?Eleanor, as the kingdom seems to slip away from her and Henry.
Eleanor in victory, de Montfort slain at Evesham by her son's mighty forces. Eleanor of provence, bright, intelligent--married as a young girl to the much older Henry III, beautiful, King of England. A marriage surprisingly happy, with the king pouring wealth upon his young wife's relatives. Incurring the wrath of the Barons.
MY FAIR LADY: A Story of Eleanor of Provence, Henry III's Lost Queen Medieval Babes, Tales of Little-Known Ladies Book 1 #ad - Eleanor, who fought the will of the monks to stay in a monastery and nurse her sick son, devoted mother, the future Edward I. But there is a price to pay. Eleanor, seeking peace after so many years of strife, a widow, ending her days in Amesbury Priory in the shadow of Stonehenge, a convent thought in Eleanor's time to be the final refuge of Queen Guinevere, whose legends the queen had ever loved.
Today, her gravesite obliterated, one of the lesser known English Queens, Eleanor of Provence is lost to time, its whereabouts forgotten—one of the few English monarchs to have no known tomb. My fair lady is first person novel written from the viewpoint of Eleanor herself.
Joan Forgotten Women of History Book 1Bailey Books #ad - In a time when women are subservient, she is raised by her mother to command. Love, turmoil, and war. This is the story of joan de Geneville, wife to one of England's most infamous traitors: Roger Mortimer. After the death of her father in 1292, Joan becomes one of the greatest English heiresses of her generation.
Educated by her tutors, she becomes a formidable woman in her own right. She is forced to choose between her duty to her King and her loyalty to her husband. Book one of the Forgotten Women of History Series. When joan is married her husband's lust for power knows no bounds.
Prince of York: A Story of Reginald Pole Plantagenet Embers Novellas Book 3#ad - After his elderly mother is executed for treason, Reginald Pole must outsmart the assassins of Henry VIII. Through the political and spiritual upheaval of the Reformation, Reginald strives for peace and compromise. His position as a respected Cardinal of the Catholic Church could have earned him the position of Supreme Pontiff.
. Reginald chose neither. Instead, a man of god who could not be corrupted but was open to hearing opposing views, he chose to be a faithful friend to artists and churchmen alike, and a man who stood up to Henry VIII when others capitulated to the king's demands. However, he may have underestimated the Tudor tyrant's capacity for vengeance.
Prince of York: A Story of Reginald Pole Plantagenet Embers Novellas Book 3 #ad - Is it possible?with royal blood running through his veins, Reginald Pole could have been a Tudor king.
Reluctant Queen: Mary Rose Tudor, the Defiant Little Sister of Infamous English King, Henry VIII The Tudor Dynasty Series Book 1Solo Books #ad - She dared to defy him. This made a mary Tudor so accessible and relatable to the reader. Amazon. Com reader review‘thoroughly enjoyable. Amazom. Com reader review*geraldine evans also writes the 18-strong-Rafferty & Llewellyn Mystery Series and the Casey & Catt MysterySeries. Before agreeing to the match, after a relentless campaign to get her to say yes, by her loving brother, Mary Rose extracts a promise from Henry.
A promise she is determined he will keep. Very easy to read, very hard to put down. It is thoroughly researched, admirably written and the author's love of the Tudor period shines through. Historical novels reviewcan you imagine what it must be like to be the little sister of infamous, English king, Henry VIII? Remember, this is the king who went on to have six wives, two of whom he had beheaded.
Reluctant Queen: Mary Rose Tudor, the Defiant Little Sister of Infamous English King, Henry VIII The Tudor Dynasty Series Book 1 #ad - And although the teenage mary rose is his favourite sister he even named his famous ship after her, his shifting alliances and ruthless desire to have his own way, made him push the young and lovely Mary into a hateful state marriage with the ailing and ancient King Louis XII of France. But, as strong-willed as henry and passionately in love, for the first time, a reluctant Mary Rose, doesn't give in easily.
But mary rose tudor, the little sister of Henry VIII, paid a price. A very readable account of a fascinating woman who dared to stand up to Henry VIII and survived.
The Forgotten Tudor Women: Anne Seymour, Jane Dudley & Elisabeth Parr#ad - Yet anne, jane and elisabeth lived through all this and left their indelible marks on history. Anne seymour, jane dudley and Elisabeth Parr all have their own unique stories to tell. Elisabeth parr, sister-in-law of Queen Katherine Parr, married for love and became Elizabeth I’s favourite lady-in-waiting.
The tudor age was a hazardous time for ambitious women: courtly life exposed them to “pride, executions were part of everyday life, indignation, scorning and derision”, envy, death in childbirth was a real possibility and plagues sweeping regularly through the country could wipe out entire generations of families.
The Forgotten Tudor Women: Anne Seymour, Jane Dudley & Elisabeth Parr #ad - . It’s high time for these women’s stories to be heard. Jane dudley was a wife and mother who fought for her family until her last breath. Born into the most turbulent period of england’s history, these women’s lives interplayed with the great dramas of the Tudor age, and their stories deserve to be told independently of their husbands.
Anne seymour served all of henry viii’s six wives and brushed with treason more than once, but she died in her bed as a wealthy old matriarch.