Margerie Croft yielded up her virginity before her wedding and then fled from her eager suitor, knowing that she could not marry a man she did not love. Now she is viewed as soiled goods, fit only for the role of courtier's plaything.
Virgil Elton is King Henry VIII's physician, working on a tonic to restore his sovereign's flagging libido. But first it must be tested. Who better, then, than the wanton Margerie Croft? But as he gets to know her, Virgil discovers someone as intelligent and passionate as she is beautiful - someone who has been gravely misunderstood. For her part, Margerie finds Virgil irresistible - with or without the help of his special medicine. But she knows she could never make a respectable wife for Virgil. And yet, despite herself, Margerie can't help but wonder....
©2014 Elizabeth Moss (P)2016 Tantor
First the narrator didn't perform she just read the story and that was most time the narrator just read. To me story was really about lust and sex and if that was the writer intention she hit it on the mark. Marjorie aloud vigil believe that she was a whore and instead just telling him the truth.
narrator is very stiff and emphasizes odd words. not the best. Story is interesting. love this series and seeing different views of the same events.
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