Mademoiselle BoleynBook - 2007
When her father is assigned the task of spying on the French Court, the charming and sweetly innocent Anne Boleyn is delighted by the thought of a new adventure. And she is not to be disappointed, for her beautiful sister, Mary, has been handed a mission: to let herself be seduced by the King of France in order to uncover his secrets.
Mesmerized by the thrilling passion, intrigue, and betrayal that unfolds, Anne discovers the power of being a woman who catches the eye of a powerful king. And, as she grows into a beautiful young woman, she undergoes her own sexual awakening, each daring exploit taking her one step closer to the life that is her destiny.
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A novel about the childhood and adolescence of Anne Boleyn, who will one day become Queen of England. Mademoiselle Boleyn takes a refreshingly new approach to the well-worn subject of Henry VIII's second queen; it focuses on Anne's youth in France and in the Netherlands, and the budding of her intellectualism and sexuality, rather than her later life at the center of the English court.
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