I have read all of the "Rose of York" books, and am now reading Sandra Worth's books on Elizabeth of York, and now Catherine of Gordon. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pianofingers
It was interesting but I thought the character portrayals and dialogue were a little stilted and pedestrian. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love this book!
It's is so passionate and sweet.
I love so much Richard III and Elizabeth of York together!
Ugh this is awful. I think the author is madly in love with Richard III, her portrayal of him is so nauseating sweet that I think I got two cavities reading it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by EAC
So much better than Philippa Gregory's The White Princess! I loved Elizabeth in this book--she was strong, elegant, and quick-witted. I zipped through this novel. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carly
Such a horrible book I couldn't get through the first 100 pages. It's very historically inaccurate and it depicts Elizabeth Woodville as an evil witch. Read morePublished 6 months ago by chris palmer
If you love the history of the english crown and their wives this is a good transition to the Tutor court.Published 9 months ago by Holly Ingram
The Epilogue at the back of the books is much more interesting then the story itself. However it does "try" to offer explanations for why Henry VIII was such a spoiled... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stellasgroovn
One cannot help but love Elizabeth of York. She was everything her mother was not. A little exagerated on the "saintliness"Published 14 months ago by Adelina Carpenter