Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (8)



Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine. The idea for this topic is to "spotlight" a book that we are waiting on. 

This week, I am waiting on: 
 



Gilt by Katherine Longshore
Expected Publication:  May 15th 2012
Publisher:  Viking Juvenile


Summary:  In the Tudor age, ambition, power and charismatic allure are essential and Catherine Howard has plenty of all three. Not to mention her loyal best friend, Kitty Tylney, to help cover her tracks. Kitty, the abandoned youngest daughter of minor aristocracy, owes everything to Cat – where she is, what she is, even who she is. Friend, flirt, and self-proclaimed Queen of Misrule, Cat reigns supreme in a loyal court of girls under the none-too-watchful eye of the Dowager Duchess of Norfolk. 


When Cat worms her way into the heart of Henry VIII and becomes Queen of England, Kitty is thrown into the intoxicating Tudor Court. It’s a world of glittering jewels and elegant costumes, of gossip and deception. As the Queen’s right-hand-woman, Kitty goes from the girl nobody noticed to being caught between two men – the object of her affection and the object of her desire. 


But the atmosphere of the court turns from dazzling to deadly, and Kitty is forced to learn the difference between trust and loyalty, love and lust, secrets and treason. And to accept the consequences when some lessons are learned too late.


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4 comments:

  1. Never heard of this one, but it sure does sound interesting !
    Great choice !

    Check out my WoW
    http://nicksbookblog93.blogspot.com/2012/02/waiting-on-wednesday-7-pizza-love-and.html

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    http://nicksbookblog93.blogspot.com/2012/02/giveaway-ebook-arcadia-awakens-by-kai.html

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  2. I have had my eye on Guilt. Great choice.
    My WOW...

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  3. Ooh this sounds good and it's set in Tudor times. Great pick.

    Grace

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