"Ever since she was a child, Jane has longed for a cloistered life as a nun. But her large noble family has other plans, and as an adult, Jane is invited to the King's court to serve as lady-in-waiting to Queen Katherine of Aragon. The devout Katherine shows kindness to all her ladies, almost like a second mother, which makes rumors of Henry's lustful pursuit of Anne Boleyn--also lady-in-waiting to the queen--all the more shocking. For Jane, the betrayal triggers memories of a haunting incident that shaped her beliefs about marriage. But once Henry disavows Katherine and secures Anne as his new queen--forever altering the religious landscape of England--he turns his eye to another: Jane herself."-- Provided by publisher.
Weir, Alison, 1951- Six Tudor queens.
England -- Court and courtiers -- History -- 16th century -- Fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- Henry VIII, 1509-1547 -- Fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Fiction.
Jane Seymour, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1509?-1537 -- Fiction.