At The Mercy Of The Queen
Anne Clinard Barnhill
copyright 2011 Anne Clinard Barnhill
St. Martin's Press
Lady Margaret Shelton, known by family as Madge, was called upon to serve in the chambers of the Queen; her own cousin, Anne Boleyn, recently wed to King Henry VIII.
What started as an honor and a privilege few would ever know soon began to have consquences that might very well go beyond what Madge was willing to pay.
At a time of great unrest, Madge must choose between what is safe, what is honest, and pure, and serving her Queen. Even if that meant her life.
Ann Boleyn is portrayed here with amazing accuracy, although all occasions are fictitious. The story takes the reader right up to the last days of the lovely Queen Anne, and those who loved her best.
I give this book...
...Five Stars and...
...my Thumbs Up!
**** DISCLOSURE: This book was provided by Amazon Vine in exchange of an independent and non-biased review.