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The Tudor Sisters

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A beautiful moth flutters too close to the candle of Henry VIII's brilliance - Fair and loving, devoid of ambition, Mary Boleyn was exploited by men who found her desirable: by Francis I, King of France, who taught her how to love; and by England's virile young King Henry VIII. For a time, she held Henry's ardent heart, and she bore him a son, but his fickle eye was alread...more
Hardcover, Large Print, 304 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Severn House Publishers (first published 2005)
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Kayleigh McHugh
I really enjoyed the start of this book and enjoyed how Mary was portrayed - Anne was a little harder to warn towards.

The ending felt very rushed which was a let down.

Lots of historical inaccuracies but given the time the book was written it was enjoyable enough.
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