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The Constant Princess
by Philippa Gregory

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Books-A-Million Book Club December 2006 Selection
Katherine of Aragon (also known as Catalina) has known her destiny since childhood: to wed Prince Arthur of England.
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Overview
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Books-A-Million Book Club December 2006 Selection
Katherine of Aragon (also known as Catalina) has known her destiny since childhood: to wed Prince Arthur of England. The daughter of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain, 16-year-old Katherine leaves behind her beloved home to forge a new life in a foreign land and take her place as Princess of Wales and, ultimately, Queen of England.

To Katherine's surprise, her marriage to Arthur is a passionate love match as well as a political union. As the Prince and Princess of Wales, they eagerly plan for their future reign -- until tragedy strikes five months into their marriage. Arthur falls ill, and before he dies the young prince extracts a vow from his wife. She is to marry his brother, Harry, and become Queen of England. She is to rule England in Arthur's stead, fulfilling their dreams and her destiny. But to take the throne, Katherine must deny her true love and tell the world that she and Arthur never consummated their marriage.

The Constant Princess is the story of a young girl who was raised to be a queen, the lengths to which she goes to fulfill a deathbed promise, and the crucial lie that changed the course of history.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780743272490
  • ISBN-10: 0743272498
  • Publisher: Touchstone Books
  • Publish Date: August 2006
  • Page Count: 393


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