Innocent Tudor Rose

Innocent Tudor Rose Young beautiful and virginal Lady Rose Greville goes to London and the court of young Tudor King Henry VIII in hope of becoming a lady in waiting and determined to find a rich and powerful man who w

  • Title: Innocent Tudor Rose
  • Author: V.W. Singer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Young, beautiful and virginal, Lady Rose Greville goes to London and the court of young Tudor King Henry VIII in hope of becoming a lady in waiting and determined to find a rich and powerful man who would take her as his mistress, in exchange for helping with her family s debts But almost immediately, her sponsor is arrested for treason and she must find her new lover quiYoung, beautiful and virginal, Lady Rose Greville goes to London and the court of young Tudor King Henry VIII in hope of becoming a lady in waiting and determined to find a rich and powerful man who would take her as his mistress, in exchange for helping with her family s debts But almost immediately, her sponsor is arrested for treason and she must find her new lover quickly or be forced to leave She soon becomes ensnared in the deadly politics of the Tudor court, and through the plots of Sir Francis Bryan, becomes the mistress of the whip and cane loving Lord Bexley, whom Sir Bryan would destroy As Lady Rose takes part in unrestrained sex and voluntarily suffers extreme punishment in order to please her lover, her innocence and honour are both her greatest asset and her fatal weakness, a weakness which could lead to her death Come and visit the dark and erotic side of the glittering Royal Court of England s Henry VIII with the innocent Lady Rose.

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    1. is forcing the removal of this and my other books. If you are interested, they are still available from (including for Kindle):a1adultebookstabooreading/Author's CommentsWhen we see or read about the royal courts of England and Europe, we mostly see the glamour and the power of the noble and the great as they struggle to remain in the favour of the (in this case) King and to further their own interests and those of their followers.But there were many more people at Court than just those Lords an [...]

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