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Keeper of the King's Secrets by Michelle Diener
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Apr 17, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: historical, henry-the-viii, historical-romance, historical-suspense, suspense, tudors, tudor

This is a book I'll read more than once. It has so much: suspense, history, mystery, a love story. And two of the greatest leads I've read in a book for a long time. There are more than one villain. Two were real men of power in the king's court. One villain I think is fictional, though he seemed very real, very scary and very interesting. I won't leave any spoilers about the ending, so I'll just say it left me breathless!

Though this is the second in a series, anyone reading it first shouldn't have any confusion. But they will immediately want to pick up In a Treacherous Court in order to find out how Parker and Susanna met and got together. I'm already eager to read Diener's next book. I hope it comes out soon.
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