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Virgin Widow

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Publisher: Mira Books

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Language:English | Number of Pages: 672 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 0778303756 | Isbn-13: 9780778303756 | Publish date: 

Also available as: eBook

Category: History

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Book Description
This title is about England's forgotten Queen. England, 1469. A daughter of Warwick the Kingmaker, Anne Neville cannot dictate her own future. Her marriage will be political, made purely to advance her family's interests. But at the age of fourteen, her father's treason forces her into exile, and into an uneasy betrothal with Edward of Lancaster. Edward is changeable and completely controlled by his powerful mother, Margaret of Anjou. In a hostile, impoverished court, Anne finds herself at the mercy of other's whims. On her wedding night, the audience assembled to witness her bedding instead witnesses a royal humiliation. At the point of consummation, Queen Margaret forbids the act. Anne went to her husband's bed a virgin, and she will remain so. The battle for the crown of England rages, and Anne's husband must fight for his cause. But he is foully done to death by Richard, Duke of Gloucester - a man who twice before has been betrothed to Anne. Anne must decide where her loyalties lie. And during the reign of King Edward, the wrong decision could mean death.
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    Anne O’Brien’s “Virgin Widow" is set during the tumultuous reign of Edward IV, in the Wars of the Roses. The protagonist is Anne Neville, daughter of Richard Neville, the Earl of Warwick, a man known as The Kingmaker. Although she was both Princess of Wales and Queen of England in her lifetime (a ...continue

    Anne O’Brien’s “Virgin Widow" is set during the tumultuous reign of Edward IV, in the Wars of the Roses. The protagonist is Anne Neville, daughter of Richard Neville, the Earl of Warwick, a man known as The Kingmaker. Although she was both Princess of Wales and Queen of England in her lifetime (as Richard III's wife), the name Anne Neville does not mean much to people, but this book seeks to rectify this by telling her story, although in a fictional novel. A fabulous read that you won’t be able to put down, just don’t blame me when you stay up until all hours reading it!

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