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In this follow-up to her bestselling Sex with KingsEleanor Herman reveals the truth about what goes on behind the closed door of a queen's boudoir. Impeccably researched, filled with page-turning romance, passion, and scandal, Sex with the Queen explores the scintillating sexual lives of some of our most beloved and infamous female rulers.

She was the queen, living in an opulent palace, wearing lavish gowns and dazzling jewels. She was envied, admired, and revered.

She was also miserable, having been forced to marry queens foreign prince sight unseen, a royal ogre who was sadistic, foaming at the mouth, physically repulsive, mentally incompetent, or sexually impotent—and in some cases all of the above. How did queens find happiness? In courts bristling with testosterone—swashbuckling generals, polished courtiers, and virile cardinals—many royal women had love affairs.

Anne Boleyn flirted with courtiers; Catherine Howard slept with one. Henry VIII had both of them beheaded. Catherine the Great had her idiot husband murdered, and ruled the Russian empire with a long list of sexy young favorites.

Marie Antoinette fell in love with the handsome Qheens count Axel Fersen, who tried valiantly to rescue her from the guillotine. Empress Alexandra of Russia found emotional solace sex the mad monk Rasputin. Her behavior was the spark that set off the firestorm of the Russian revolution. Princess Diana gave up her palace bodyguard to enjoy countless love sex, which tragically led to her early death.

When a queen became sick to death of her husband and took a lover, anything could happen—from disgrace and death to political victory. Some kings imprisoned erring wives for life; other monarchs obligingly named the queen's lover prime minister. Queen crucial factor deciding quueens fate of an unfaithful queen was the love affair's implications in terms of power, money, and factional rivalry.

At European courts, it was the politics—not the sex—that caused a royal woman's tragedy—or her ultimate triumph. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

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Books In This Series 2 Books. Complete Queens. Kindle Edition. Page 1 of 1 Start Over Page 1 of 1. Previous page. Next page. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Eleanor Herman. David Starkey. Michael Farquhar. Jean Ssex. Customer reviews. Customer images. Sex all customer images. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Please try again later. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. I don't know about you, but when I was a little girl, I wanted to be a princess when I grew up. There was the influence of Queens, but there was also the influence of Prince William this was obviously before he grew up and started to look a lot more qqueens his dad. From what you see on the outside, as a young girl, being ses princess looks wonderful. You're rich, famous, and sx get to wear a tiara.

As a 13 year-old, I was pretty sure I'd found my sex. As it turns out, not so much. Also as it turns out, being royalty kind of sucks. There's plenty of speculation that Prince Harry's trouble in finding a steady girlfriend is at least in queens measure the pressure of becoming a member of the royal family. As an adult, the idea of trading living under a microscope, with public interest in your private life extending not just to juicy stories, but to snooping on your phone quueens long-lens photography hoping to catch you taking off your top to tan more evenly, is a devil's bargain for getting to wear some pretty headgear once in a while.

But as much as there are significant downsides to being royalty today, it used to be much worse, quens for queens. Author Eleanor Herman details the very real drawbacks being a princess or sex queen. Royal women weren't people, they were bargaining chips in international diplomacy.

They were married or to princes and kings who were old and fat, who were impotent, who were gay. Od were expected to tolerate their husband's infidelity without doing anything that would cast doubt on the true parentage of their children. Those children were frequently unceremoniously confiscated sex queeens and raised according to the wishes of kf.

Their lush castles were drafty sex dirty, and their expensive physicians were as likely to kill them as help them. Their access to funding ssex usually controlled by other people and so they were slaves to the whims of those who held the purse strings.

They were often deprived of the company of those to whom they could speak their native languages Some princesses and queens, though, didn't follow the rules. They took lovers at great risk to themselves It is those women and their men who Herman's Sex with the Queen is about.

After detailing how awful it actually was and still is, on a certain level to be a princess, Herman moves into the good stuff: dishy gossip. From the Tudor queens Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard all the way to Princess Diana it's not queene English queens, qurens are stories from all over Europewe're regaled with tales of forbidden passion and courtly intrigue.

There's not a lot queens substance here, it's mostly well-written soap opera, but it's fun and frothy and easy to read. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This is history that you never learned in school. Not particularly titillating but quite an eye opener about goings on in the palaces of Europe and Russia. Imagine being set up to marry someone you dont know or actively come to dislike.

What if he were a drooling idiot or gay or just not your cup of tea. Then ponder being stuck with that person, expected to have lots of children, not allowed friends or quens people that speak your language around you and having many at court hate you.

Welcome to life at court, jewels or not. You might get away with affairs but you could also lose your head. Some succulent stories in this book with all the details. A bit repetitious at times but it certainly gives one pause at envying the idle rich quwens rulers in times past.

One person found this helpful. I love this book. Even though i was familiar with most of the Queens discussed, I definitely learned new information. The author is a very good writer, lyrical, interesting, detailed and witty, without being vulgar or crass, which is rare for the subject matter.

I liked the way the queens queems certain details and the way she connected seemingly unconnected events. I enjoyed the first book of this series, Sex with Kings, and Qurens highly recommend it, but Queenw think Sex with the Queen was a better-written book.

Anyone that wants to learn more about European Kings, Queens and the people who loved them should read this series. I really enjoyed reading this queens and learning more about some lesser-known queens in history.

The book is a quick and easy read with a lot of detailed information about certain rulers. I enjoyed that there were facts notated throughout the book and that qudens sex were discussed, oc stories were kept oc fact-based. I definitely recommend this for a beach read! I read the reviews thinking this would be awesome.

It was not as good as expected. Admittedly it is something Queens would have never picked queens without the reviews. It is interesting in the sense it gives you an idea how queens were treated throughout the centuries and it ends with Princess Diana. I never read the Sex with the kings so this is a brand new thing for me.

Seemed many enjoyed it. History as it was really made,bawdy funny, and full of life. Think those old kings and queens were just stuffy, dusty ciphers? Open this book and find out srx our ancestors did it. From sex to Peter the Great's wig, oc never a dull moment. I personally think this is better than Sex with Kings.

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Sex Lives of the Kings & Queens of England book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Prion's internationally bestselling Se. Sex Lives of the Kings & Queens of England eBook: Nigel Cawthorne: thepromises.info​: Kindle Store. Semen that impairs a female's eyesight is one weapon in the sexual arms race between male honeybees and queens.