[Ebook] Pale Rose of England By Sandra Worth – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Pale Rose of England From The Award Winning Author Of The King S Daughter Comes A Story Of Love And Defiance During The War Of The Roses It Is 1497 The News Of The Survival Of Richard Plantagenet, Duke Of York, Has Set Royal Houses Ablaze With Intrigue And Rocked The Fledgling Tudor Dynasty With The Support Of Scotland S King James IV, Richard Known To Most Of England As Perkin Warbeck Has Come To Reclaim His Rightful Crown From Henry Tudor Stepping Finally Onto English Soil, Lady Catherine Gordon Has No Doubt That Her Husband Will Succeed In His Quest.But Rather Than Assuming The Throne, Catherine Would Soon Be Prisoner Of King Henry VII, And Her Beloved Husband Would Be Stamped As An Imposter With Richard Facing Execution For Treason, Catherine, Alone In The Glittering But Deadly Tudor Court, Must Find The Courage To Spurn A Cruel Monarch, Shape Her Own Destiny, And Win The Admiration Of A Nation.

[Ebook] Pale Rose of England  By Sandra Worth – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 450 pages
  • Pale Rose of England
  • Sandra Worth
  • English
  • 13 April 2018
  • 0425238776

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  1. says:

    History tells us that a young man known as Perkin Warbeck claimed to be the son of Edward IV, one of the lost princes in the tower and the rightful King of England Supported by his aunt Margaret of Burgundy, he eventually came to Scotland and obtained support from King James in his efforts to invade England and regain his lawful crown James gave Richard the hand of Lady Catherine Gordon, and she accompanied him during his second attempt to invade England, which was just as unsuccessful a History tells us that a young man known as Perkin Warbeck claimed to be the son of Edward IV, one of the lost princes in the tower and the rightful King of England Supported by his aunt Margaret of Burgundy, he eventually came to Scotland and obtained support from King James in his efforts to invade England and regain his lawful crown James gave Richard the hand of Lady Catherine Gordon, and she accompanied him during his second attempt to invade England, which was just as unsuccessful as the first Was Perkin really Richard Duke of York and England s rightful king, or was he a great pretender We ll never know Worth begins her novel in 1497 at the start of Richard s campaign in...


  2. says:

    I ve got one word for Sandra Worth s new novel Pale Rose of England PHENOMENAL At times heartwarming and at others heart wrenching, this novel runs the gamut of emotions and magnificently details the lives of Catherine Gordon and the man whose identity was at the heart of one of the biggest controversies in England s history.Whether Perkin Warbeck was in fact the lost prince in the tower is a mystery which may never be solved Worth s belief that the man who returned to England in 1495 callin I ve got one word for Sandra Worth s new novel Pale Rose of England PHENOMENAL At times heartwarming and at others heart wrenching, this novel runs the gamut of emotions and magnificently details the ...


  3. says:

    I don t like to say bad things about books I know that authors work very hard to write things that people will like but I just have to say I want my money back I found the characters syrupy, one dimensional and wholly unlikeable I could have care less about Catherine Gordon, or Richard of York Perkin Warbeck When I pick up a novel that wants me to suspend my beliefs and just try to imagine this might be true I want to be convinced When I finish I want to think yes this sounds plausible I ha I don t like to say bad things about books I know that authors work very hard to write t...


  4. says:

    So, Perkin Warbeck really was the Duke of York I wonder how the Ricardian author feels about the letter Warbeck wrote to Isabella of Castile in which he detailed his life story about how his unnatural uncle , Richard of Gloucester, murdered his older brother King Edward V, and delivered him Wabreck to the home of an unnamed Nobleman to be dispatched in similar fashion Funnily enough that letter, in which the blame for the deaths of the Princes is laid directly at Rich...


  5. says:

    I read this novel because I wanted to find outabout Catherine Gordon but was very disappointed because this book wassugary, candy floss romance and it didn t even do that very well than informative historical fiction What facts were included were questionable at best and ridiculous at worst, because the authors obvious bias and Yorkist agenda were clearly visible Only read this book if you like your historical fiction pink and fluffy, and you don t mind if the characters you ar I read this novel because I wanted to find outabout Catherine Gordon but was very disappointed because this book wassugary, candy floss romance and it didn t even do that very well than informati...


  6. says:

    This may have been good, but I just couldn t read it It did nothing to get my attention to make me want to try harder I started getting an ache in my eye.


  7. says:

    To say that I really enjoyed this book is an understatement The truth is it s an extraordinary story moving, intriguing, confronting, inspiring and beautifully written.The protagonist, Lady Catherine Gordon, is strong and courageous in the face of gut wrenching tragedy Her unquestionable loyalty to her first husband and her ability ...


  8. says:

    This is the kind of historical novel that reminds me why I love the genre It s meaty, it s exciting, it s engrossing, it s romantic, it s chilling, and it s absolutely un put down able This era reign of Henry VII is one I m wholly unfamiliar with but Worth sets up the story and characters so well, I didn t find myself lost or confused or in need of an encyclopedia.The novel tells the story of Catherine Gordon, a Scottish noblewoman who is married to the man said to be the true King of Englan This is the kind of historical novel that reminds me why I love the genre It s meaty, it s exciting, it s engrossing, it s romantic, it s chilling, and it s absolutely un put down able This era reign of Henry VII is one I m wholly unfamiliar with but Worth sets up the story and characters so well, I didn t find myself lost or confused or in need of an encyclopedia.The novel tells the story of Catherine Gordon, a Scottish noblewoman who is married to the man said to be the true King of England, Richard Plantagenet Perkin Warbeck, even though he is branded an imposter by the reigning monarch, Henry VII The plot covered in this novel is exciting enough, but I found Worth s characters to be so interesting and real, I cared about all of them even ...


  9. says:

    Pale Rose of England by Sandra Worth3 StarsHistory holds a number of fascinating mysteries One of those deals with the fate of Edward IV s sons Were they murdered in the Tower If so, by whom Their Uncle Richard The future Tudor King, Henry VII Duke of Buckingham Or..did they actually survive Worth take the position that Perkin Warbeck was indeed the youngest son that young Richard survived, matured, and married Catherine Gordon, niece to King James of Scotland Worth states in her A Pale Rose of England by Sandra Worth3 StarsHistory holds a number of fascinating mysteries One of those deals with the fate of Edward IV s sons Were they murdered in the Tower If so, by whom Their Uncle Richard The future Tudor King, Henry VII Duke of Buckingham Or..did they actually survive Worth take the position that Perkin Warbeck was indeed the youngest son that young Richard survived, matured, and married Catherine Gordon, niece to King James of Scotland Worth states in her Author s Note that she believes Perkins to truly be Ricahrd IV, and she presents a persuasive case on the surface With so little infor...


  10. says:

    I found this book oddly calming I enjoyed the entire text, but my favorite part was the small section of author commentary at the end It makes you appreciate the amount of work that goes into a historical fiction, but also...

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