Hosted by: Alison can read.'In a treacherous court.'
The other books I'm reading are:
Juliet Marillier - Shadowfall (here it's called: Verboden magie)
Mercedes Lackey - The fairy godmother.
Stefan Bachmann - The peculiar.
An unconventional woman. A deadly enemy. A clash of intrigue, deception, and desire..I'm obsessed with everything that has to do with The Tudors, so when Michelle emailed me if I wanted a copy from her two books, I was thrilled. I'm almost done now and I love it! It's such a shame that I have to go to school, because I can't read as much as I want to. The conspiracy lies deep within the trusted circles of the King and it's up to Susanna and John to find out who is behind the attacks, before they both die. It's fascinating to see how the court is; filled with snakes, trying to profit from everybody in order to get more money, land and status. Definitely recommended if you like The Tudors and Philippa Gregory. My review is coming soon, so stay tuned if you want to know more!
1525: Artist Susanna Horenbout is sent from Belgium to be Henry VIII’s personal illuminator inside the royal palace. But her new homeland greets her with an attempt on her life, and the King’s most lethal courtier, John Parker, is charged with keeping her safe. As further attacks are made, Susanna and Parker realize that she unknowingly carries the key to a bloody plot against the throne. For while Richard de la Pole amasses troops in France for a Yorkist invasion, a traitor prepares to trample the kingdom from within.Who is the mastermind? Why are men vying to kill the woman Parker protects with his life? With a motley gang of urchins, Susanna’s wits, and Parker’s fierce instincts, honed on the streets and in palace chambers, the two slash through deadly layers of deceit in a race against time. For in the court of Henry VIII, secrets are the last to die..
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