My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows


Book Summary: 

The comical, fantastical, romantical, (not) entirely true story of Lady Jane Grey. In My Lady Jane, coauthors Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows have created a one-of-a-kind fantasy in the tradition of The Princess Bride, featuring a reluctant king, an even more reluctant queen, a noble steed, and only a passing resemblance to actual history—because sometimes history needs a little help.

At sixteen, Lady Jane Grey is about to be married off to a stranger and caught up in a conspiracy to rob her cousin, King Edward, of his throne. But those trifling problems aren’t for Jane to worry about. Jane gets to be Queen of England.

My Review:

In the world where there are Edians (people who can change into animals at will) and Verities (people who don’t like Edians), they live somewhat co-exist with each other for years as Edward ruling the lands. Sadly Edward find out he dying from the same disease that took his mother. At the age of 16 he hardly filled his boyhood fantasy, getting marry, being kiss, so there no heir to the throne. As Edward trust none of his sisters, Bess and Marry to take over, that leave him his only chose, Lady Jane his cousin he so fond of. His trusted friend and second in command suggest his son, Gifford to marry Jane (who happen to be and horse). Slowly living out his days dying and watching his cousin get marry, he find out there a plot to take over the throne. Will Edward make it time to tell his cousin, Jane the truth? A war is coming and Edian and Verities might have to work together to stop it. Lady Jane will have her hand full after she take over her cousin kingdom. Can she mange to stop a war and fall in love at the same time? Well readers you must find out for yourselves on how this story ends. Filled with action, fantasy and light humor, this book is up your  alley. So I will leave you guys with a Happy Reading!!!

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