Katharine Parr, who survived her royal husband. Haunted by memories of her tragic predecessors in the tyrant's bed, dangerously in love with another man, her story unfolds upon a stage crowded with a rich array of characters high and low.
I dont know why I didnt start reading Jean Plaidy books much earlier. I love the tales she weaves, the way she really seems to identify with these historical people.
Going into this book, I didnt know a whole lot about Katherine Parr, and to an extent, I still feel like I dont. I dont think this is any fault of the author, I really think its simply because there isnt a whole lot of information about Katherine Parr out there. We know so little about her, other than Henry was planning to rid himself of her but died before he could.
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