I have read alot about Queen Elizabeth and her relationship with her Robin, the Earl of Leicester so I wasn't sure this book would give anything new, but it was a different persective.
This is more about the end of Robert Dudley's life. He was Elizabeth's beloved Robin, her one true love according to the book. Based on non fiction books I've read I do believe that. No matter how angry he made her, she would forgive him.
This book starts at Robin's death and then looks back in time on their relationship together. It also talks to her claims of being the Virgin Queen. I don't know if its because we are so cynical or what, but I've never really read a book where her virginity is true and this is no different.
Anyway I did think it was a good book and I enjoyed it since I hadn't really read a lot about her life during this time of her reign.
I would give this one a B.
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