Dignity is no Fairy Tale…, October 17, 2012
This review is from: Dignity (Paperback)
It’s more like a Tudor version of fifty shades of grey with a much better plot. It is a very real description of a girl who finds herself to be the Queen of England. What I enjoyed most was that her story is told from the heart and explains Katheryn’s feelings and why she ended up being promiscuous, which was the ultimate reason that she was executed. The author pulls the reader in and describes everything explicitly and though it is both disturbing and sexually stimulating, the reader is allowed a glimpse to understand most every character in the story. The end, which is from the chapter about the Gentlewomen’s chamber on, is historical and blends perfectly with the torrid childhood created by the author. I loved Dignity and would recommend it highly to anyone who is open to read a very well described and realistic tragedy.