The Hole in the Floor (Book One of the Valois series)

The Hole in the Floor (Book One of the Valois series)

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Gemma Lawrence By GemmaLawrence31 Completed

Not every Princess lives Happily Ever After....Even once they marry the Prince of their Dreams...

"I was dull, dull and shadowed, always looking as though I should have been in the background.
I was the one married to the prince, I was not the one he loved."

This is the story of Catherine De Medici, princess of France...Queen of France.

As a young girl, Catherine came from Italy to marry a stranger, only to fall helplessly in love with Henri, prince of France... her own husband. Her devotion to him lasted a lifetime...but Catherine was not the only woman in his life.

Henri loved another, and Catherine must watch as the love she longs for is given only to her husband's mistress, the cold, calculating and elegant Diane de Pointers.

Through war, death, rebellion and intrigue, Catherine tells her story of her undying love for her husband...and of every test that love was put to. 

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This girl needs some chocolate, a good book, and a cup of hot Earl Grey.
chowsey chowsey Jun 19
;.; its like GIFT OF THE PRINCESS WHO BROUGHT SLEEP!!! rachiedan style of course.
starz00 starz00 Nov 22, 2015
Such a change from your other protagonist, Matilda. I instantly feel sorry for poor Catherine and my heart goes out to her so much, you make me feel her raw pain. Am eager to read on!
psychedelicwitch psychedelicwitch Sep 07, 2015
You are the most amazing and historically accurate author i ever met.
phionak phionak Jul 14, 2015
you will never know what you have been missing till you read chapter one of this marvelous book...
                              seems like i won't sleep tonight.
sallygoetzke sallygoetzke Jun 24, 2015
Often being a Princess was not filled with all the glory the name implied.