The King's Pleasure - Norah Lofts Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752439464 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Norah Lofts / Edition: paperback / softback / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
"My tribulations are so great, my life so disturbed by the plans daily invented to further the king's wicked intention, the surprises which the king gives me, with certain persons of his council, are so mortal, and my treatment is what God knows, that it is enough to shorten ten lives, much more mine." --Katherine of Aragon to Charles V, November 1531 The Kings Pleasure tells the story of Katherine of Aragon, right through her early years, where she lived an unusual life for a royal princess - following her mother around as she embarked on a 'Holy War' against the moors, through her marriage at the tender age of just fifteen to Arthur, ... Read the complete review
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