Let me preface this by saying I don't usually read romances and don't have much history with the genre. The Outlander series turned me on (pun intended) to historical fiction/romances. This was so one-dimensional. All the characters were flat. Nothing really "happened" in the whole story. Nothing outside of the main character's thoughts to move the story along. I think this may be a good book for interesting a teen/young adult reader in romance but not worth it to someone with a more "stories" on their "read" shelf.
I have read many books about the tutor court, some good some bad, this one falls in the middle. The voice actor should of been chosen more carefully and at least should of had a better English accent also why did she not at least google how to pronounce Hever castle ( this bugged me every time she said it)!
As for the story, I would of liked all of the story not just part:
This book only touches on a small part of Anne boylynn's life and does not even get to her being queen or even Henry leaving queen Catharine.
Overall not bad but not the best'