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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Book Blog Tour Stop and Review - The Forgotten Queen by D.L. Bogdan

I'm so thrilled today to host a book blog tour stop for the amazing biography, "The Forgotten Queen," by D.L. Bogdan.








From her earliest days, Margaret Tudor knows she will not have the luxury of choosing a husband. Her duty is to gain alliances for England. Barely out of girlhood, Margaret is married by proxy to James IV and travels to Edinburgh to become Queen of Scotland.

Despite her doubts, Margaret falls under the spell of her adopted home. But while Jamie is an affectionate husband, he is not a faithful one. And nothing can guarantee Margaret’s safety when Jamie leads an army against her own brother, Henry VIII. In the wake of loss she falls prey to an ambitious earl and brings Scotland to the brink of anarchy. Beset by betrayal and secret alliances, Margaret has one aim—to preserve the crown of Scotland for her son, no matter what the cost…



Publication Date: January 29, 2013 | Kensington Publishing | 384p


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I enjoy reading about the kings and queens of old, and was excited about this novel about the little known Queen Margaret of Scotland.  Author D.L. Bogdan does a wonderful job of taking her readers deep into the heart of the English royal family, with all the scandals, machinations, and drama that they are so famous for. There is romance, adventure, mystery and a bit of humor throughout this tale that along with a fast-moving plot and a great cast of characters makes this book a great read.

This story of the strong and brave Margaret was captivating, and I think anyone who has an interest in English history, the Tudors, and royalty will be enthralled with this fascinating story.


Queen Margaret of Scotland





 


D.L. Bogdan is an ongoing student of history, musician, and avid reader who enjoys travel, the outdoors, and time with her family and friends. She is a proud wife and mother who makes her home in central Wisconsin. She is the author of Secrets of the Tudor Court, Rivals in the Tudor Court and The Sumerton Women.

For more information on D.L. Bogdan and her novels, please visit her
WEBSITE. You can also find her on FACEBOOK and TWITTER.





My thanks to Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours for including me on this blog tour and to the author for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.

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