The Saddest Princess (Paperback)
"As England's very first queen regnant, I must remember to keep my feminine emotions hidden from my people, and from the world, for nothing said weakness like the tearful blubbering of a woman."
As a girl, Mary had been a disappointment from the moment she was born.
Deemed utterly useless to inherit the throne of England, Mary soon learns that despite being born the daughter of a king, nothing in her life would come easily. And when Henry VIII divorces his queen in favour of another, Mary's future takes an uncertain turn.
Through lost loves and unbearable grief, Mary fights to hold on to the hope that her life would one day bear some meaning, leading her on a hopeless path to achieve her twisted fate.