The Red Queen’s Daughter by Jacqueline Kolosov
I don’t buy hardbacks all that often, but as soon as I saw that The Red Queen’s Daughter was about Mary Seymour, and included magic to boot, I knew I had to have this book.
Mary Seymour is, historically, a question mark. The daughter of former queen Catherine Parr and her fourth husband, Thomas Seymour, Mary was orphaned and taken in by the Duchess of Suffolk. There are no records of Mary’s existence after the age of about two.
That was my view as well, as you'll see in my soon-to-post review
Thanks, Marion! This past academic year was so hectic that I read hardly anything for fun. I'm looking forward to…
It's great to read a review from you again, Kat!
Witch King! Although I really wanted more information/story from between the two timelines.
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