The Irish Princess by Karen Harper

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A grand-scale historical novel from the national bestselling author of Mistress Shakespeare.

Born into a first family of Ireland, with royal ties on both sides, Elizabeth Fitzgerald-known as Gera-finds her world overturned when Henry VIII imprisons her father, the Earl of Kildare, and brutally destroys her family. Torn from the home she loves, her remaining family scattered, Gera dares not deny the refuge offered her in England's glittering royal court. There she must navigate ever-shifting alliances even as she nurtures her secret desire for revenge. From County Kildare's lush green fields to London's rough-and-tumble streets and the royal court's luxurious pageantry, The Irish Princess follows the journey of a daring woman whose will cannot be tamed, and who won't be satisfied until she restores her family to its rightful place in Ireland.


 

About Karen Harper

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New York Times bestselling author Karen Harper is a former high school and college English teacher. Winner of the 2005 Mary Higgins Clark Award for her outstanding novel, Dark Angel, Karen is the author of seventeen romantic suspense novels and six historical novels, as well as a series of historical mysteries. Karen and her husband love to travel both in the U.S. and abroad. For additional information about Karen and her novels, please visit www.KarenHarperAuthor.com.
 
Published February 1, 2011 by NAL. 408 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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The Irish Princess by Karen Harper allows the reader to get a sidelines’ view of King Henry VIII’s world through the eyes of a young Irish rebel, who only has sights set on revenge against the most powerful man in England.

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After Howard was charged with treason and beheaded, Gera maintained ties with Henry VIII’s two daughters–Mary and Elizabeth, and became a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth.

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