When I took AP European History, I barely studied. Why? Because I'd soaked up a ton of it already by reading Jean Plaidy/Victoria Holt. The French Revolution was covered by reading The Emperor's Lady by F.W.Kenyon. People don't realize how much actual-and well researched-history goes into historical fiction. And it comes alive in these books. So I'm thrilled to share with you the release of a terrific Tudor novel - My Lady Viper by my talented friend E. Knight.
May, 1536. The Queen is dead. Long live the Queen.
When Anne Boleyn falls to the executioner's ax on a cold spring morning, yet another Anne vows she will survive in the snake-pit court of Henry VIII. But at what cost?
Lady Anne Seymour knows her family hangs by a thread. If her sister-in-law Jane Seymour cannot give the King a son, she will be executed or set aside, and her family with her. Anne throws herself into the deadly and intoxicating intrigue of the Tudor court, determined at any price to see the new queen's marriage a success and the Seymour family elevated to supreme power. But Anne's machinations will earn her a reputation as a viper, and she must decide if her family's rise is worth the loss of her own soul . . .