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All the Queen's Players (Pocket Readers Guide) (edition 2011)

by Jane Feather (Author)

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Rosamund has two loves--sketching and the theater--and is happy to have a brother who indulges her in both. Her idyllic days draw to a close, however, when her cousin, Secretary of State to Queen Elizabeth, deems it time to prepare herself for marriage, and suspects that her eye for art could make her a uniquely valuable spy. Once in the queen's court in the role of a lifetime, Rosamund finds herself not truly prepared for the politics and deceit, nor the love.… (more)
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Title:All the Queen's Players (Pocket Readers Guide)
Authors:Jane Feather (Author)
Info:Pocket Books (2011), Edition: Reprint, 480 pages
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Well. This story definitely had a lot going on, but most of it was relatively unimportant. Also, much to my surprise, this was a borderline romance novel, with several sex scenes. I wouldn't necessarily call them explicit, but descriptive would, perhaps, be an understatement. I probably should have read up on it a little more before grabbing it.

The ending was no shocker, though I won't be cruel and give it away. Let's just say, it could have gone one of two ways, and it's no surprise which way it went. ( )
  cebellol | May 3, 2016 |
What a disappointment. ( )
  sds6565 | Nov 2, 2011 |
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Rosamund has two loves--sketching and the theater--and is happy to have a brother who indulges her in both. Her idyllic days draw to a close, however, when her cousin, Secretary of State to Queen Elizabeth, deems it time to prepare herself for marriage, and suspects that her eye for art could make her a uniquely valuable spy. Once in the queen's court in the role of a lifetime, Rosamund finds herself not truly prepared for the politics and deceit, nor the love.

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