Her childhood and teenage years were fraught with danger as competing factions and ideologies sought to undermine and destroy her in the bid for power at the Tudor court. Not quite three years old when her mother, in a time when the balance of power, was arrested and executed on charges of adultery and treason, Elizabeth became a true princess of the Tudor era, the notorious Anne Boleyn, politics and passion were fragile… and the cost of failure was death.
The Bastard Princess The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 1 #ad - In richmond palace, the last Queen of the Tudor dynasty, Elizabeth I, London, is dying. Told from her own mouth… the tale of the Bastard Princess, one day, who would, become England’s greatest Queen. Book one, in the Elizabeth of England Chronicle by G. Lawrence, The Bastard Princess.
The Heretic Heir The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 2#ad - For mary i is determined to return England to the Catholic faith, and will have none stand in her way. Protestant elizabeth knows that she must survive the suspicions and distrust of her sister, in a reign where rebellion and war freely stalked the lands of England. To survive, wit and wile, this heretic heir must hone her skills in survival, in order that she may one day.
. February 1603, the last of the tudor monarchs is dying, but Death must wait for Elizabeth of England to finish her tale. As the bastard princess, daughter of henry viii and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth Tudor, has fought through a childhood of intrigue and peril to her place as the heir to the English throne.
The Heretic Heir The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 2 #ad - Lawrence. Become Queen. The heretic heir is book Two of the Elizabeth of England Chronicles by G. But as her sister, mary i, the first anointed and sole Queen of England takes the crown, Elizabeth must face her most dangerous challenges yet.
The Most Dangerous Enemy The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 3#ad - And in the first years of her reign, there is only one man who reaches her heart. As her love for her master of Horse grows, Elizabeth is tested; should she abandon her long-held principles and desire never to marry. Her own heart. The most dangerous enemy is book three of The Elizabeth of England Chronicles, by G.
She is seen as scandalous for her faith and sex in the courts of Europe. Untested in power and authority, Elizabeth must use all the weapons at her disposal to survive as a Protestant Queen amongst a sea of Catholic Kings. Everyone believes that elizabeth should marry, and marry soon; to secure an heir for the throne, and to complete her as a woman.
The Most Dangerous Enemy The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 3 #ad - But elizabeth has other ideas. The witty, elizabeth tudor has survived the turmoil of her formative years, and finally, wily princess, is now Queen of England. Or risk all that she holds dear, elizabeth will come to know herself better than she ever has done, for love?In the shadowy game of power at the Tudor Court, to be tested in more ways than she thought possible, and to face the most dangerous enemy of all.
. Robin Dudley.
Strands of My Winding Cloth The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 4#ad - Lawrence. The author's thanks are due to Julia Gibbs, the proof reader of this novel. Cousins aplenty this last Queen of the Tudor line has, and each one determined to cause her troubles. But robin does not know this yet. Knowing that were she to marry him, it would lead to his destruction and hers, Elizabeth has made up her mind.
. As mary stewart, queen of scotland, returns to her native land, margaret, Elizabeth is surrounded by women whom others may see as viable replacements for her, and as her Lennox cousin, conspires from within, as Katherine and Mary Grey cause trouble at court, as Queen. Covering the years 1560-1567 in the reign of elizabeth I, Strands of My Winding Cloth is the fourth volume in the Elizabeth of England series by G.
Strands of My Winding Cloth The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 4 #ad - As times goes on, robin attempts persuasion, pressure and trickery to take his place beside her on the throne of England. Winter 1560elizabeth Tudor has chosen never to marry. The man she loves, Robin Dudley, has lost his wife in mysterious circumstances. Afraid to lose her favourite, Elizabeth has told Robin there may be hope.
And it is not only with her beloved that Elizabeth is having problems.
Treason in Trust The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 5#ad - As the dawn of english piracy begins, as Elizabeth struggles to play Spain, Scotland and France at the game of politics, danger and rebellion loom. Popular with Catholics, Mary may become a danger. Lawrence. The author's thanks are due to julia Gibbs, and London Montgomery, the proof reader of this work, the artist who made the cover.
Death is stalking the queen of england, but will He come, too, for the Queen of Scots?Treason in Trust is Book Five of the Elizabeth of England Chronicles, by G. As war rages in europe, mary is implicated in plots too numerous to count, and Elizabeth struggles to maintain control in England, and once-loyal English lords work in the shadows against Elizabeth.
Treason in Trust The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 5 #ad - Spring 1568. The fallen queen, has fled her homeland and come to England, Mary of Scots, placing her cousin, Queen Elizabeth in peril.
Blood of my Blood The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 6#ad - Lawrencethe author's thanks are due to Julia Gibbs, and to London Montgomery, the proof reader of this book, who designed the cover artwork. Puritans are infiltrating her church, protestants overseas call constantly for aid and the threat of Mary Queen of Scots, foreign princes wish her dead, still a captive under Elizabeth's power, shakes the stability of the throne.
In order to keep her country safe, she must make peace with enemies, whilst working secretly to disrupt their ambitions. Catholic priests, are sent into England to disrupt her religious settlement, trained in the Low Countries, and there is rebellion in Ireland. Her pirates, her men and their spies, sent out to unsettle the might and threat of Spain, and lastly, her wits; her most formidable weapon.
Blood of my Blood The Elizabeth of England Chronicles Book 6 #ad - Blood of my blood is book Six in The Elizabeth of England Chronicles, by G. But the greatest blow will come not from foreign princes, hostile religious zealots or from her cousin of Scots, but from the person closest to her. The one she trusted above all others. August 1572as the horror of the st bartholomew's Eve massacre in France shudders through England, Elizabeth Tudor fears religious violence will spread.
Yet elizabeth has weapons.
No More Time to Dance The Story of Catherine Howard Book 2#ad - No more time to dance is book two in The Story of Catherine Howard, by G. July 1540after eight months as a maid of court, Catherine Howard has become Queen. People from her past come calling, the threat that the King may find out she is not the pure, innocent maiden he thinks she is puts her in peril. And she must ignore her love for another man.
Lawrencethe author's thank are due to Julia Gibbs, and BetiBup Designs, proof reader of this work, the cover artist. And this is not the only strain upon Catherine. Separated from past friends and surrounded by people who resent her rise to the throne, the sole close companion she has left is Jane Boleyn, the infamous Lady Rochford.
No More Time to Dance The Story of Catherine Howard Book 2 #ad - Catherine must imitate the Queens of the past in order to survive. On the day of her wedding, wearing a mask, Catherine begins a dangerous game, hoping to fool the King, until the day she can be free.
La Petite Boulain Above all Others; The Lady Anne Book 1G.Lawrence #ad - A fallen queen sits waiting in the Tower of London, condemned to death by her husband. As death looms before her, Anne Boleyn, second queen of Henry VIII looks back on her life. From the very beginning. Daughter of a courtier, servant to queens. She rose higher than any thought possible, and fell lower than any could imagine.
Following the path of the young mistress boleyn, showing how she became the scintillating woman who eventually, to the glittering courts of Burgundy and France, Book One of "Above All Others; The Lady Anne" tracks the life of the young Lady Anne, through the events of the first years of the reign of Henry VIII, or La Petite Boulain, would capture the heart of a king.
La Petite Boulain Above all Others; The Lady Anne Book 1 #ad - La petite boulain is the first book in the series "Above All Others; The Lady Anne" on the life of Anne Boleyn by G. Lawrence. May 1536, London.
The Lady Anne Above all Others; The Lady Anne Book 2#ad - The courtier's daughter who captured the heart of a King; Anne Boleyn. She will enter the English Court, to find many admirers courting her. The beginning of a love which would change the course of English history, and shake the foundations of the Church. 1522, england. The lady anne is book two of Above All Others: The Lady Anne by G.
Lawrence. Anne boleyn has lived an adventurous youth in the glittering courts of Europe, promised in marriage to a man she knows nothing of, now, Anne has been called home by her ambitious father. More unexpected than all the others, who claims her heart. Anne finds potential for love in three men, but there is one.
The Scandal of Christendom Above All Others; The Lady Anne Book 4#ad - Armed with words and deeds, Anne must fight on. Katherine of aragon is still queen of england, Rome and the Emperor Charles of Spain stand against Henry's wish to place Anne on the throne, and there is increasing dissent in England. Including bishop Fisher and Sir Thomas More. Believing the king must be pushed into a radical mind-set, Anne, work through Parliament, the Church and court, along with Cromwell and Cranmer, attempting to make their King into both Pope and Emperor within England.
Lawrencethe author's utmost thanks to Julia Gibbs, for proof reading this book, and to Consuelo Parr for the cover artwork. She has allies and friends, but as her path to the throne becomes increasingly controversial, she finds many foes too. Cover model credits: Black Ofelia stock. Deviantart. Henry will rule over a church of england, as the temporal and spiritual leader of his people, and with that title will come the break from the shackles of Rome.
The Scandal of Christendom Above All Others; The Lady Anne Book 4 #ad - In a war against the church, against slander, sedition, yet even as the dawn of her new life arrives, Anne struggles on, and many enemies, it does not come easily. Reasurring herself that when she becomes queen, but will the love that has sustained her for so long endure under such pressure? And will the people of England ever accept her as their Queen?The Scandal of Christendom is book Four in the series Above All Others: The Lady Anne, all will be well, Anne strides ahead, by G.
And as she toils, and at times, anne becomes aware that the fight for her throne is transforming her into a different person; one who is isolated, volatile, cruel.
Above All Others Above all Others; The Lady Anne Book 3#ad - One enemy becomes clear above all others; Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, Lord Chancellor, beloved friend and servant of the King. As anne rises to pit herself against the most powerful statesman in Europe, she begins a struggle that would change English history and shake the foundations of the Catholic Church.
Above all others is the third book in the series by G. Lawrence on the life of Anne Boleyn, Above All Others: The Lady Anne. June 1527anne boleyn has won the heart of her King. Promised a crown, and a place beside him on the throne of England, Anne's future is dazzling. But her challenges have only just begun.
Above All Others Above all Others; The Lady Anne Book 3 #ad - Quickly it becomes apparent there are many opposed to the annulment of Henry's marriage, and to Anne taking Katherine's place as Queen.