3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not quite what I expected,
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This review is from: The King's Mistress: The True and Scandalous Story of the Woman Who Stole the Heart of George I (Kindle Edition)
History makes it a bit confusing anyway, because so many of the fathers and sons and female members of the family had the same names. Obviously that is not the fault of the author, but she seems to compound the confusion by jumping backwards and forwards and not always dealing with events chronologically. When you have read about someone's demise, they crop up again a couple of chapters later. I also find the writing style rather dry and boring.
Sorry, not a page-turner for me as I find the book very easy to put down.