Boleyn-Tudor Vampire tells the story, albeit in a supernatural manner, the story of Anne Boleyn, a tragic and poignant person from Medieval England. Sentenced to death because her husband King Henry the 8th, tired of her, on the date of her death, she renounces God and all that is good. Because of these actions, she then rises from the grave to exact her vengeance on those who wronged her and her family. The method this story is told in is extremely exciting and still heartwarming. The characters are strong willed and brutally honest in their dealings. It is a wonderful novel, both intensely exciting and sweetly charming all at the same time. It is definitely a delightful (if somewhat gory) escapist read.
Anne Boleyn is Queen. Her world is as she wishes it, until King Henry, her husband, deems her a witch based on rumors, and condemns her to death. Several weeks pass, a mockery of a trial ensues, and Anne is condemned to death by hanging. Once the date of her impending demise arrives, Anne is at her wits end and renounces her Christian upbringing and God. As a result, when she awakes after being hung several days earlier, Anne is a vampire, not a Queen. Convinced she was killed to make way for a new Queen, she sets out to destroy those who she perceives as having destroyed her and her family. During her escapades, Anne will learn more about her heart and her true desires than she ever intended. Will she succeed in her quest to kill those who wronged her? Take a trip to the past to find out.
The slightest tweak in history makes all the difference in its outcome...
Tudor England. It is during the reign of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. As her time in power nears an end, Anne is greatly disheartened by the false accusations of adultery, high treason and incest she is arrested for, and the cold-heartedness of her father for his lack of defense in her honor. Upon her death, she vows revenge on those who have wronged her, and the simple change of her death sentence from beheading to hanging grants her the opportunity to execute her wish on those who betrayed her.
Unknown forces of inconceivable dark magic abounds. Anne discovers she has risen from her grave because of her denouncement of God just moments before her hanging, and resurrects two others from their untimely, wrongful deaths--her brother, George, and her favorite court musician and dear friend, Mark Smeaton. This unlikely trio will drive Whitehall Palace to madness, bringing those closest to Anne to their knees, begging for mercy and forgiveness.
Once Anne executes her justice among those who have failed her, the last and final question will be whether Anne will finally have peace, or find comfort in haunting England forever.