February 13, 2012

For The Love Of Books #Giveaway: At the King’s Pleasure by Kate Emerson


ABOUT THE BOOK:

Married to one man. Desiring another. Beautiful Lady Anne Stafford, ladyin- waiting to Queen Catherine of Aragon, is torn between her love for her husband, George, Lord Hastings . . . and the king’s boon companion, the attentive Sir William Compton. But when King Henry VIII, amorous as always, joins the men clustering around her, Anne realizes she has become perilously enmeshed in the intrigues of the court. Will she be forced to decide between the two men she desires—and the one she doesn’t? Kate Emerson charms again with a heroine who steps out of the pages of history to win our hearts in this sumptuous novel of Tudor scandal and intrigue.



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14 comments:

Deborah said...

I learned that Kate has a lot of historical backround information on her site.

Bethie said...

The Secrets of Tudor Court Books look very good.

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Birdhouse Books said...

I love historical fiction and really want to read this novel!

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Julie W said...

I learned that Kate has turned in The King's Damsel, which will be out in August and deals with the period of King Henry's marriage to Anne Boleyn! Yay!!

Tore said...

Kate likes to write historical fiction. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. Tore923@aol.com

sandy1955 said...

I learned that this is a book my sister will truly enjoy
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bison61 said...

Kate Emerson lives and writes in rural Western Maine, where she shares her home with her husband and three cats.

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Beth said...

Kate Emerson is the pseudonym of a well-known writer of historical mysteries and nonfiction

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momma8385 said...

I learned that this historical novel is set in 16th century. Would love to read this book. Thanks for this giveaway.
:) Jeanne

Jaime said...

she will be in Bethesda, Maryland ~ April 27-29, 2012

Jaime said...

on blob roll
http://copperllamastudio.blogspot.com/

Carol M said...

As Kaitlyn Dunnett, she is one of ten mystery writers involved in a new blog launched on July 6th. All born in Maine and/or living in Maine now, they can be found at Maine Crime Writers.

Michele said...

I learned Kate Emerson is a pseudonym - she also writes historical mysteries
rlawrence110 at yahoo dot com

Theresa N. said...

She has 2 books in the Secrets of the Tudor Court series.
Theresa N
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