The Virgin’s Lover
Autumn 1558. All the bells in Norfolk were ringing for Elizabeth......
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Autumn 1558. All the bells in Norfolk were ringing for Elizabeth, pounding the peal into Amy's head. She pulled the pillow over her head to shut out the sound, and yet it still went on. Amy did not need to ask what the racket was for; she already knew. At last, poor sick Queen Mary had died, and Princess Elizabeth was the uncontested heir. The Protestant princess had come to the throne and would be England's queen. All over the country people would be ringing bells for joy, striking kegs of ale, dancing in the streets, and throwing open prison doors. The English had their Elizabeth at last, and the fear-filled days of Mary Tudor could be forgotten. Everyone in England was celebrating. Everyone but Amy. Amy could not celebrate Elizabeth's upward leap to the throne. The chimes did not even sound on key, they sounded like the beat of jealousy,...
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