Free Fiction Monday: Bring Me the Head of Anne Boleyn

She’s her mother’s daughter, flirtatious and bright. She’s her father’s daughter, ruthless and cold. Which part of her will win?

Before her twenty-fifth year, she bore the titles of princess and prisoner, royal daughter and daughter of a traitor. Now, Elizabeth Tudor rules England as its queen and, in her private moments, cannot quite believe she survived.

To figure out how to rule, she first needs to reclaim her past, and to do that, she must find the last thing her mother ever gave her—a ruby ring in the shape of a falcon.

“Bring Me the Head of Anne Boleyn” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook on Amazon, KoboiBooks, Barnes & Noble, as well as other online retailers. 

Bring Me the Head of Anne Boleyn

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

 

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2 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Bring Me the Head of Anne Boleyn”

  1. Mitzy Moo says:

    I really enjoyed this story. Elizabeth was really fortunate in her parents. I enjoyed this story. Anne Boleyn was always my favorite Tudor wife because she was a smart self-made woman. Too bad biology let her down.

  2. chong Go says:

    That was really nice! I really had a sense of being on the edge of something throughout. (Though I did expect there was going to be more magic in the ring! 🙂 )

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