The Queen's Favourite: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (The Tudor Court Book 1) ebook
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The Queen's Favourite: Robert Dudley, Earl Of Leicester (The Tudor Court Book 1)

The Queen's Favourite: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (The Tudor Court, Book 1) is an unforgettable portrait of a man reviled by history but who was so much more than a courtier taking advantage of a too indulgent queen.Robert Dudley is a child of the Tudor Court and he knows first-hand how dangerous it can be: his ruthless, tax-collecting grandfather was executed by Henry VIII and his father ex...

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Publisher: Blue Laurel Press; 2 edition (January 13, 2014)
Publication Date: January 13, 2014
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Language: English
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cuted by Queen Mary I for his part in the Lady Jane Grey affair. So with a family name tainted by treason, Robert knows he must use all his talents to rise. One of his talents is making himself indispensable to Queen Elizabeth, who soon finds she cannot live without him by her side.But to many in England, and indeed, within the court, Robert is nothing but a rogue, a villain, a gypsy, always looking to see what he can pick up. And he's going to have a hard time convincing his enemies that there's more to him than just a gold-digger.Robert believes he can become King - all he needs to do is persuade Elizabeth Tudor to marry him. But with Elizabeth determined to be a virgin queen, Robert discovers this is no easy task. He must be prepared to make great sacrifices to win his prize...If you think you know the story of 'Elizabeth and Leicester', think again.What Amazon readers are saying:***** "Thoroughly enjoyed this book, hard to put down."***** "This is my third reading of the book, enjoyed it so much, all of the characters came alive..."***** "Well-written and intriguing. I really enjoyed this book because it really showed a different aspect of Robert and Elizabeth's relationship. I also appreciated how it not only dwelled on Robert's relationship with Elizabeth, but his childhood, his relationship with his first and second wife and his father as well as the politics at the time. It was a fantastic mix of historical/political accuracy and love affairs."***** "Wonderful read. I've been a huge fan of anything written about Tudor and this book did not disappoint. I've often wondered about the relationship between Elizabeth & Robert & think this story fills in the blanks. Great fiction for those of us who wondered."***** "Couldn't put it down. Loved this book. I read the whole day unable to put this book down."***** "Different perspective. I enjoyed this book immensely. The portrayal of Robert Dudley is a fresh look at a timeless story. Often made out to be a rake, this Dudley strives to be known for his important duties other than the Queen's "toy." Thank you, Laura Dowers, for a memorable book."**** "A welcome addition to the genre - the actors behind the thrones, their motivations and disastrous consequences."Available in digital and print editions.Book 1 of The Tudor Court series.