On her birthday, Elizabeth Tudor steps away from the celebration, distracted by an exceptionally brilliant harvest moon. As she gazes upward, the familiar light surrounding the heavenly orb dances, swirls, then coalesces, dropping out of the heavens to hit the princess quite shockingly in the face. The moment the light touches Elizabeth, her skin begins to glow, which is most definitely a problem. Even more unsettling, Elizabeth soon finds herself casting about her own orbs of light. These orbs somehow give her an unearthly control over the mind and willpower of her loved ones and force her to ask the same deadly question that took her own mother's life: could she possibly be a sorceress?
As the disturbing manifestations continue to multiply, a distressed Elizabeth is suddenly faced with a new issue. She receives an eerie invitation from her murdered mother, Anne Boleyn. Unable to stop herself, Elizabeth is swept away on a quest to uncover an ancestral secret that may change not only her, but the very fabric of England's future.
REACHED #221 in historical fiction. Which I am way happy about! Thanks friends.
- ELIZABETH TUDOR:Ancestry of Sorcery Part:1
- September 1542- Royal hunting lodge at Pyrgo Park: Part 2
- Part 3
- Part 4
- Part 5
- September 1542- Hatfield house, Hertfordshire Part 6
- Part 7
- Part 8
- Part 9
- Part 10
- Part 11
- October 1542- Hever Castle, Kent Part 12
- Part 13
- Part 14
- January 1543- Ashridge house, Hertfordshire: Part 15
- Part 16
- Part 17
- A letter from the author of FILLOS Part 18