Giveaway: MAID OF THE KING'S COURT (US & Canada)
MAID OF THE KING’S COURT (US & Canada)
by Lucy Worsley
Release Date: March 14, 2017
Publisher: Candlewick Press
About the Book
In the vibrant, volatile court of Henry VIII, can even the most willful young woman direct her own fate and follow her heart in a world ruled by powerful men?
Clever, headstrong Elizabeth Rose Camperdowne knows her duty. As the sole heiress to an old but impoverished noble family, Eliza must marry a man of wealth and title — it’s the only fate for a girl of her standing. But when a surprising turn of events lands her in the royal court as a maid of honor to Anne of Cleves, Eliza is drawn into the dizzying, dangerous orbit of Henry the Eighth and struggles to distinguish friend from foe. Is her glamorous flirt of a cousin, Katherine Howard, an ally in this deceptive place, or is she Eliza’s worst enemy? And then there’s Ned Barsby, the king’s handsome page, who is entirely unsuitable for Eliza but impossible to ignore. British historian Lucy Worsley provides a vivid, romantic glimpse of the treachery, tragedy, and thrills of life in the Tudor court.
About the Author
Lucy Worsley is the chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces. She is also a presenter of programs on royalty and other topics for the BBC. Maid of the King's Court is her young adult novel debut. Lucy Worsley lives in London.
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I love anything Henry VIII and Tudor related so I'm excited for this one! I really like the cover, she looks a bit guilty of something!
Great synopsis. Made me want to read it. But does she look guilty or fearful on the cover? Of course, in the court of Henry VIII, both would be appropriate.
I'm obsessed with the colours in the cover and the synopsis is really intriguing, I most likely will be giving this a read even if I don't win