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My beloved Ned speaks of love, freedom, a future. To walk with him in the forest, our raven soaring above us, is my only joy. But my father plans that I shall be betrothed to the King and I am afraid. Queens of England have a habit of dying. I have no desire to take the throne, no wish to find myself in the Tower of London.
Wife, Queen - I fear it will bring me to my knees.
Raven Queen tells the story of Lady Jane Grey. Francis fictionalised the story in the book, and adds her own characters. Read morePublished on 24 Feb 2012 by Becki Weston
Lady Jane Grey is related to Tudor Royalty. At first her ambitious Protestant family scheme for her to be married to the young and sickly King Edward, but Jane has a secret - she... Read morePublished on 14 Sep 2011 by J. Turner
I think that the description sums up the book in one paragraph very well and I especially love the part about Lady Jane Grey being 'all too often remembered as just a line in a... Read morePublished on 29 Oct 2010 by Judith Hill