Jane Seymour finds herself in the midst of scandal andintrigue at Wolf Hall, in Suzannah Dunn’s masterful new novel of the Tudor era.
Jane Seymour is a shy, dutiful fifteen-year-old when hereldest brother, Edward, brings his bride home to Wolf Hall. Katherine Filliolis the perfect match for Edward, as well as being a breath of fresh air for theSeymour family, and Jane is captivated by the older girl.
Only two years later, however, the family is torn apart by adreadful allegation—that Katherine has had an affair with the Seymourpatriarch. The repercussions for all the Seymours are incalculable, not leastfor Katherine herself. When Jane is sent away to serve Katharine of Aragon, sheis forced to witness another wife being put aside, with terrible consequences.
Changed forever by what happened to Katherine Filliol, Janecomes to understand that, in a world where power is held entirely by men, thereis a way in which she can still hold true to herself.