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When the capricious king’s interest warnes, Mary is ordered to pass on her knowledge of how to please him to her friend and rival: But bearding the notorious Earl of Angelstone in his den was the only way to stop him from engaging her hot-headed brother in a duel. And who better to provide her with the experience than this legendary man? The Eternal City is in mourning. Also, the French King Francois gets hurt in the story while hunting for a stag with the English king.

Editions of The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn by Robin Maxwell

Most women in her position would have given herself to the King as his mistress, particularly since divorce was not a realistic option at the time. I had a hard time putting it down and finished it in a day and a couple hours. The girls followed their orders and Mary was abused terribly by King Francois before being cast aside and sent back to England where King Henry takes advantage of her as well before setting his sights on Anne.

She makes it look so easy! This was a nice story set in Anne’s childhood in the French court. May 11, Roniya rated it titkoa it. What a smart girl that was full of life and potential.

Maxwell has Mary as the bed hopping sister with Anne learning from giving in too soon. Anne, 9, was to spy, and Mary, 12, was to seduce. She needs no other excitement–until Oliver de Lacey drops through the hangman’s door and into her life. On a positive note, the best part of the book was the Field of Cloth of Gold.


To ask other readers questions about Mademoiselle Boleynplease abna up. Abducted and gelded as a boy, Bagoas was sold as a courtesan to King Darius of Persia, but found freedom with Alexander after the Macedon army conquered his homeland. But her joy is cut short when she discovers that she is a pawn in her family’s plots.

Jan 13, Missybw rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Now titled The Bargain, it will charm readers old and new with its unlikely and outrageous romance I really liked this book; Anne was portrayed in a positive light for onceand accurate or not, it was sort of refreshing. King Louis dies shortly afterward. Giles – the man who murdered her one true love. Watch and learn, Mary. Even salvation from the noose by a shadowy society provides no epiphany to mend his debauched ways.

However, as anyone familiar with the Rennaissance court of Francois I knows, Francois got around. Truthfully, my take on Anne is that she was more modern than the times could allow and her power was only destroyed thru a rewrite of who she actually was. I’d have liked her to have more foibles, to show more fire and spunk, the things about Anne we love so much. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

And she knows just who to ask: Of course, the sisters were h I liked this book. But now that Raphael is gone, the convent is her only hope of finding an honest and peaceful life. The Mother Superior agrees to admit Margherita to their order.

Some sections made me blush!

The author really hit a nice stride in her writing here; her descriptions were elegant but not overdone. Francois falls into tiktos coma and suddenly changes in the story, losing some of his rabid lust and letting Anne go free, instead of making her his newest mistress.

Sep 15, Lindsay rated it it was amazing. Poseidon and Athens Ra are the two rival brothers who govern them.


Mademoiselle Boleyn

El bastardo de la reina by Robin Maxwell Book 5 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. She hears about a man in Montana, a ‘whisperer’ who is said to have the gift of healing troubled horses.

All of the court conspiracies, the underlying strive for power at a time when women had very little recognized authority, all the behind the scenes machinations etc. What she has to say is more sensual, more devious, and more enthralling than ever imagined.

In a word, that’s it, excellent.

But Marguerite did not smile. Robin Maxwell began writing novels about the historical figures she had been obsessing about since graduating from Tufts University with a degree in Occupational Therapy. The king, seated on his throne, looked distracted, as if he was running through his speech of forgiveness in his head. However,it is as if the novel assumes this part of her personality to be a spontaneous eruption.

Az elveszett hercegek by Robin Maxwell Book 2 editions published in in Hungarian and held by 3 WorldCat member abna worldwide. Giles is everything she feared he would be – and so much more.

If only she has the courage to break away – before the Boleyn enemies turn on the Boleyn bolyen Although it didn’t pull me I as quickly as a Phillipa Gregory book does, I ultimately couldn’t put it down and read the majority of it in a day. I liked annx about the French court and Anne Boleyn’s childhood but this book is just raunchy and almost pornographic. With guidance from none other than Leonardo Da Vinci, the kind Queen Claude and the headstrong Marguerite de Navarre, you start to see the makings of a Queen, the kind of Queen that could make a powerful man change all of England just to please her.