The author of Sex with Kings and Sex with the Queen, New York Times bestselling historian Eleanor Herman has hosted episodes for the National Geographic Channel and the History Channel's Lost Worlds. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, she is married and lives in McLean, Virginia.
while this sounds like a sexy book what you find out is that being a kept woman is not all its cracked up to be. Read morePublished 27 days ago by femmefatale11
How come history wasn't this much fun when I was in school? Queens were rarely, if ever, mentioned--it was all about the Kings, the men, the knights, the male of the species. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rainy Day
Sex With The Queen is a follow-up book to Sex With The King. It details 900 years of queens and the lovers they took when life at the court became unbearable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise Evans
Wonderful!! no, it is not a porn book, it doesn't detail any sex performance at all, but it is quite interesting!Published 5 months ago by Mrs. Patty Perez
there is nothing better than reading trashy historical non fiction. especially when its full of sex, murder, and tragedy. I've read it a few times already! Read morePublished 12 months ago by sarah ellison
Herman, shows us the trials and tragedies of the various European royal houses,told by the queens in her witty style. Read morePublished 12 months ago by scribner
A fascinating, fun and sometimes sad book to read. Herman gives you an insight to the realities of royalty. This book is definitely not for those with delicate senses.Published 15 months ago by Charaity Hubbard
The conditions of the book are great, and the delivered time was the expected.
I read allready sex with the king. It was very interesting and entertaining.