Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print Kindle ✓

Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print Kindle ✓

Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print ❮Reading❯ ➻ Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print Author Maureen Peters – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Destined to meet a tragic end Born into a noble but dysfunctional family Lady Katheryn Howard’s childhood is left largely in the care of her grandmother Unfortunately her grandmother is impressed by Wanton ueen MOBI ó Destined to meet a tragic end Born into a noble but dysfunctional family Lady Katheryn Howard’s childhood is left largely in the care of her grandmother Unfortunately her grandmother is impressed by the glitter of the English Court than she is concerned for the well being of her grandchild With her grandmother Katheryn the eBook Ò away much of the time Katheryn is left vulnerable While many in the household care for her not all have her best interests at heart and as Katheryn grows into a beautiful young woman the lack of a guiding hand begins to show Then of course there are the men Henry Manox the the Wanton ueen Kindle × musician who seeks to initiate her into the ways of love Francis Derham the dashing courtier of uncertain background Thomas Culpepper her kinsman who adores her And of course there is King Henry VIII whom she marries Yet when Katheryn Howard becomes ueen of England her future and her fate are far from settled Indeed the gossip and intrigue that surround her — and the constant whispers about her past — become and acute She draws potential gossipers into her circle to silence them But the whispers and the tales will not be stopped When the gossip surrounding Katheryn is taken to the ears of King Henry VIII the wheels of political revenge inevitably begin to turn Despite his avowed love for the ueen Henry knows that he has no choice but to act decisively And thus the young beautiful ueen must step forward and face her tragic fate Katheryn The Wanton ueen is the heartfelt tale of Henry VIII’s fifth wife Maureen Peters was born in Caernarvon North Wales She was educated at grammar school and attended the University College of North Wales Bangor where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree and a diploma of Education She taught disabled children before taking up writing under her own name and many pseudonyms Peters has produced many books and contributed short stories to many magazines and her writing normally focuses on royalty the War of the Roses and the Tudor period Apart from biographical fiction on royalty she also wrote Gothic romances family sagas Mills Boon series titles and contemporary mysteries Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at wwwendeavourpresscom Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.


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9 thoughts on “Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print

  1. Kristin Davison Kristin Davison says:

    I would like to thank netgalley and endeavour press for a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review I have read another of Peter's book and enjoyed it but the same cannot be said for this book It suffers from some of the some of the same problems as the other book poor grammar and such but extreme The writhing is so hard to read that I just gave up trying to read it basic grammar rules such as a new line for a different person speaking have not been observed In addition I find the main character to be petty and that the novel does not do justice to Katherine Howard


  2. Small Review Small Review says:

    35 A solid good


  3. Kara Kara says:

    Yes yes I know what ‘wanton’ means and am dutifully outraged over the double standard but my mind keeps thinking of ‘wonton’ and I've started imagining Katheryn showing up ay Richmond Palace with take out and bribing her way back into Henry’s good graces with some fried rice and dumplings and now I want Chinese foodOK actual reviewThe story was dragged down by the 1st person POV of a fictional lady in waiting to Katheryn Howard It was odd her character was made up considering the author filled the story with the names of all the known players at Henry’s court Why make someone up then? Also having the story told from the eyes of this woman kept Katheryn at an arm’s length from the reader which made it impossible to get in her head and so hard to really engage with herIf the reader could have gotten closer to Katheryn herself it would have been much stronger – I really enjoyed seeing Katheryn flit in the background of Henry’s marriages 1 4 If we could have focuses on that and less on the secondary characters’ high school drama I would have enjoyed it


  4. Suzie Groers Suzie Groers says:

    I love a good medieval story and there has been very little written of Katherine Howard and of how she was seduced into the life of royalty and ultimately destroyed by her flirtatious nature This story follows the life of Katherine from her childhood with her Grandmother to her demise at the court of Henry VIII Katherine allowed herself to be manipulated by those who knew of her past as she feared losing the one thing that she wanted than anything else to be ueen of EnglandVery well written story with a lot of period details Well worth checking out of you are interested in Medieval history Thanks to Endeavour Press and NetGalley for the advance reader copy


  5. Ashley Ashley says:

    I received this as an ARC from NetGalleycom This was a fairly good representation of the fifth ueen of Henry VIII Katheryn Howard She was a fickle young girl who rose to the highest place a woman could reach at the time I had a tough time at the beginning understanding who was telling the story At times it seemed like the story was being told from an omniscient point of view and then it would switch to a first person story It did cover the major moments of Katheryn's life and what she would have done and dealt with All in all it was a good story and flowed fairly well once it was past the first few chapters It would be good for beginner readers of Tudor England and Henry's ueens


  6. E Vikander E Vikander says:

    Peters tells the story of Kitty Howard’s brief life and even briefer ueenship through her servant the fictional character Geraldine Lyle Very few stories have been written about her which makes this one even of a gift During the course of this story we also learn about three of Henry VIII’s four wives who preceded her Anne Boleyn Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves The book is a uick light read and gets better as the story unfolds Readers who are new to the subject matter will likely enjoy it best Peters’ fluid prose is always a joy to read


  7. Beautifulday4makeup The-book-and-Me Beautifulday4makeup The-book-and-Me says:

    I'm certainly a fan of reading about the wives of Henry VIIIth Why do they want to be one in the line and how do they get their downfall Women are used as a 'thing' and I found that the book pictured this uite well We also follow Katheryn from a very young age and i was very surprised to see how young she was sometimes I liked reading this book which is uick paced and beautifully written


  8. Lynn Smith Lynn Smith says:

    An easy read about Kathryn Howard I wish it had just told her story through the 3rd person rather than through the eyes of someone else or from the first person I actually prefer her tale written by Peters in her 6 Wives of Henry VIII novel


  9. Siân Siân says:

    This is my favourite book about Kathryn Howard fifth wife of Henry VIII Simply but richly told


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9 thoughts on “Katheryn the Wanton ueen Large Print

  1. Kristin Davison Kristin Davison says:

    I would like to thank netgalley and endeavour press for a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review I have read another of Peter's book and enjoyed it but the same cannot be said for this book It suffers from some of the some of the same problems as the other book poor grammar and such but extreme The writhing is so hard to read that I just gave up trying to read it basic grammar rules such as a new line for a different person speaking have not been observed In addition I find the main character to be petty and that the novel does not do justice to Katherine Howard

  2. Small Review Small Review says:

    35 A solid good

  3. Kara Kara says:

    Yes yes I know what ‘wanton’ means and am dutifully outraged over the double standard but my mind keeps thinking of ‘wonton’ and I've started imagining Katheryn showing up ay Richmond Palace with take out and bribing her way back into Henry’s good graces with some fried rice and dumplings and now I want Chinese foodOK actual reviewThe story was dragged down by the 1st person POV of a fictional lady in waiting to Katheryn Howard It was odd her character was made up considering the author filled the story with the names of all the known players at Henry’s court Why make someone up then? Also having the story told from the eyes of this woman kept Katheryn at an arm’s length from the reader which made it impossible to get in her head and so hard to really engage with herIf the reader could have gotten closer to Katheryn herself it would have been much stronger – I really enjoyed seeing Katheryn flit in the background of Henry’s marriages 1 4 If we could have focuses on that and less on the secondary characters’ high school drama I would have enjoyed it

  4. Suzie Groers Suzie Groers says:

    I love a good medieval story and there has been very little written of Katherine Howard and of how she was seduced into the life of royalty and ultimately destroyed by her flirtatious nature This story follows the life of Katherine from her childhood with her Grandmother to her demise at the court of Henry VIII Katherine allowed herself to be manipulated by those who knew of her past as she feared losing the one thing that she wanted than anything else to be ueen of EnglandVery well written story with a lot of period details Well worth checking out of you are interested in Medieval history Thanks to Endeavour Press and NetGalley for the advance reader copy

  5. Ashley Ashley says:

    I received this as an ARC from NetGalleycom This was a fairly good representation of the fifth ueen of Henry VIII Katheryn Howard She was a fickle young girl who rose to the highest place a woman could reach at the time I had a tough time at the beginning understanding who was telling the story At times it seemed like the story was being told from an omniscient point of view and then it would switch to a first person story It did cover the major moments of Katheryn's life and what she would have done and dealt with All in all it was a good story and flowed fairly well once it was past the first few chapters It would be good for beginner readers of Tudor England and Henry's ueens

  6. E Vikander E Vikander says:

    Peters tells the story of Kitty Howard’s brief life and even briefer ueenship through her servant the fictional character Geraldine Lyle Very few stories have been written about her which makes this one even of a gift During the course of this story we also learn about three of Henry VIII’s four wives who preceded her Anne Boleyn Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves The book is a uick light read and gets better as the story unfolds Readers who are new to the subject matter will likely enjoy it best Peters’ fluid prose is always a joy to read

  7. Beautifulday4makeup The-book-and-Me Beautifulday4makeup The-book-and-Me says:

    I'm certainly a fan of reading about the wives of Henry VIIIth Why do they want to be one in the line and how do they get their downfall Women are used as a 'thing' and I found that the book pictured this uite well We also follow Katheryn from a very young age and i was very surprised to see how young she was sometimes I liked reading this book which is uick paced and beautifully written

  8. Lynn Smith Lynn Smith says:

    An easy read about Kathryn Howard I wish it had just told her story through the 3rd person rather than through the eyes of someone else or from the first person I actually prefer her tale written by Peters in her 6 Wives of Henry VIII novel

  9. Siân Siân says:

    This is my favourite book about Kathryn Howard fifth wife of Henry VIII Simply but richly told

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