What if Anne Boleyn produced the male heir Henry VIII wanted? William Tudor prepares to ascend the throne and usher England into a new Golden Age. He relies on his loyal childhood friends: his wise sister Elizabeth Tudor, steady Dominic and joyful Minuette. What will England’s future be as treacherous politics, forbidden romance and religious tensions threaten William’s rule?
William’s presence affects relationships with Europe and people who died in our timeline are still alive to plot. One romance evokes elements of the Arthur-Genevieve-Lancelot love triangle. The characters have vivid elements which grab attention such as Elizabeth’s loyalty encountering ambition. The royals strive to keep their emotions hidden while looking for others’ true motivations. The Boleyn King could be a match for those looking for alternate history, romance, Tudor England and/or a tale of royalty.
Want more books like The Boleyn King?
See a portrayal of young Elizabeth Tudor’s dangerous and tumultuous life in our timeline in The Lady Elizabeth by Alison Weir.
A lady-in-waiting must choose between her husband and her queen in Roses Have Thorns by Sandra Byrd.
In another alternate history tale see England strive to free itself after it fell to the Spanish Armada in Ruled Britannia by Harry Turtledove.