|Reviews for Edward's Queen|
| Tricorvus chapter 29 . 8/31/2014
I need to go sit and cry. He's turning into his father
good story, good writing and intrigue and all those things
| JonathanByers11 chapter 28 . 8/14/2014
| Tricorvus chapter 28 . 8/13/2014
oh look, the bastard gene from Henry, just showed up!
| Tricorvus chapter 27 . 8/13/2014
good for her! this is an amazing work. It has to take you very much research and thought to construct the man who never was, and keep him right for his era in time
| Guest chapter 26 . 8/3/2014
evil Marie! Bad things should happen to her while she connives and plots
| Wendy Thompson135th chapter 2 . 7/17/2014
The dialogue is stiff and unconvincing. The general society, court and advisers aren't believable; neither is the immediate backstory. -Anne of Cleves attended court regularly during Henry's life and was at the coronation of Mary(real world), so the sudden appearance of a hither-to-unknown niece isn't tenable; etc.
Beyond that. the grammar/punctuation is off.
| FadingxAmaranthx chapter 1 . 6/23/2014
I apologize, but it's hard to even make it through the first chapter. I read a few reviews that highly regard this story, but it's hard to read because it just doesn't seem to fit with the period. The Lady Elizabeth being an adviser to the King is unheard of in this period and her being a female would truly due her no good unless she was Queen. Even being a powerful Duke's wife doesn't do much in the way of politics itself; the Lady Elizabeth has no power. I give you credit for trying to write with the period, but it's just not close at all. I apologize again, but I just can't continue with your story. Pity because I love historical fiction and you had such a good plot! Oh well...
| Tricorvus chapter 23 . 6/6/2014
what those poor people had to go through...
| LittleBee11 chapter 22 . 5/29/2014
I'm loving it! I love History and one of the ages that fascinate me is the Tudors age. Let's see which one Edward will choose.
| Tricorvus chapter 22 . 5/24/2014
oh for the love of Pete! Men are so... I don't even know the word.
well-written, very (sadly) realistic
| Guest chapter 19 . 4/30/2014
| Tricorvus chapter 19 . 4/18/2014
Fantastic! I almost don't have words!
| Tricorvus chapter 18 . 4/18/2014
What a great chapter! Oh I hate plotters, but I know they existed and are important in a drama.
| Tricorvus chapter 17 . 4/18/2014
Damn shame, that.
Well-written & very entertaining.
Sadly also very accurate.
| Guest chapter 16 . 4/18/2014
Firstly you write in what I call a "You are there" manner. You write so well that I can see them as if a voyeur, peeping on their lives. I like that you also tell us their private thoughts. This is spot-on for the period, without you interjecting modern morals into it. I like that as well. Too many authors cannot take themselves out of the modern mindset, and thereby, they make a story for little-girl novel-readers, not serious history buffs like myself. Yes, the missish will recoil from the ancient morals, but... maybe they should stick to the paperback romances.
Great stuff, rock on