[Free E–pub] Indiscretions of the ueen BY Jean Plaidy


Indiscretions of the ueenThe story of the disastrous marriage of George IV and cousin Caroline of BrunswickIt was necessary for the Prince of Wales to marry and the choice fell on Caroline of Brunswick Caroline wanted to marry a Major in her father s army and her unpredictable behaviour had already resulted in scandals about her Birds private life Arriving in England she found her bridegroom s mistress waiting to undermine herosition and to spy on her the Prince determined to hate her and her new family with the exception of the half crazy King hostile to her Caroline s troubles start early in life Her gene ool is a little cloudy so she is treated with Kid Gloves Most Of Her gloves most of her life People don t want to upset or disturb her when correcting her socially unacceptable behavior They don t want to send her over the edge Keep in mind the socially unacceptable behavior extends to her uproarious laughter voicing her opinions or thoughts and addressing everyone I mean everyone regardless of rank as dear Oh the horror my sweetheartsCaroline s mother is no help and the only erson who tries to help her is her father s mistress Unfortunately she is not really in the best Isocrates I (The Oratory of Classical Greece, vol. 4) position to help Caroline She can only do so much considering therevailing social conventions of the day For 26 years Caroline runs wild and does as she Robot Programming: A Practical Guide to Behavior-Based Robotics pleases therefore when she goes to England to be married Caroline is illrepared to deal with or handle English manners or aristocracyIn England Caroline also must deal with the sins of her mother s ast actions Unfortunately everywhere she turns Caroline is disliked and disrespected except when it comes to the common folk who love her immensely She treats them with respect. It was necessary for the Prince of Wales to marry and the choice fell on Caroline of Brunswick Caroline wanted to marry a Major in her father's army an. In a kind and caring manner For all her faults caroline erformed a lot of good faults Caroline erformed a lot of good during her English reignPlaidy s description of Caroline and the Prince s wedding night is hilarious as is some of the conversations between Caroline and her friends Caroline may have been a little out there but she was truly a good soul who endured uite a bit during her adult lifeWith respect to the Prince Of Wales All I Can Wales all I can is what an ass My God I would have slapped him I really can t find fault with any of Jean Plaidy s historical kings and ueens of England novels She had a knack for making history come alive I ve said it before and I ll say it again I m a sucker for Jean Plaidy booksOh myCaroline whatever will we do with you When we first meet Caroline she is a teenager and she The Mystery of the Two-Toed Pigeon pulls off the most outrageous stuntslikeretending she s giving birth in retaliation for not being allowed to attend the ball The marriage between Caroline and George was set to fail right from the beginning from the deliberate sabotage of the Rack Ruin power hungry Lady Jersey to the chilly reception of most of the English royal family to Prince George who loathed his wife because he was broke and forced to marry toay off debts Oh what a disaster those two are It is a Espenlaub pity neither were able to marry those they really wanted The George is repulsed by Caroline the outrageous and eccentric Caroline becomes As years go by it s interesting how Caroline handles the hurt and lack of love she receives but also amazing to read how outlandish and uniue she is I almost couldn t believe it until I looked up other sources Jean Plaidy has certainly given Caroline a voice She is not just the outrageous and eccent. D her unpredictable behaviour had already resulted in scandals about herrivate life Arriving in England she found her bridegroom's mistress waiting ,
Ric Princessueen she is the distraught hurt and despised foreigner at court Not my usual fare at all but I thoroughly enjoyed this bookIt tells of the rather sad and lonely life of Caroline of Brunswick who was brought from Germany to marry the then Prince of Wales He later became King George IV and she was ueenBut that was in name onlyHe seems a nasty little man who was in love with almost anyone rather very interesting and well written I did a little little man who was in love with almost anyone rather very interesting and well written I did a little and much of this book stick to the facts as are known at this time Caroline was treated horrifically by her husband I find her very convenient death shortly after the Coronation Of Her Self Absorbed Snob Of of her Self absorbed snob of husband Very suspicious He banned her from the coronation of which she had a right to articipate in as the rightful ueen of England She apparently had been having some health roblems but they worsened when she was excluded from the coronation and she died within weeks Poison She seemed to be a very kindhearted generous woman although very uirky to say the least This is a story about Caroline of Brunswick written in Jean Plaidy s signature historical fiction style It follows her from her early life where she had a messed up family and a bit of a sketchy genetic background all early life where she had a messed up family and a bit of a sketchy genetic background all way through the end of her life right after her husband denied her attendance at his coronation It s an interesting take on Caroline here her unroyal behavior is blamed on a oor upbringing as well as a bit of mental instability Her character in this book reminds me of someone with a touch of manic depression or even borderline bipolar disorder It was well done and I enjoyed reading about this lesser known English ueen. O undermine her osition and to spy on her the Prince determined to hate her and her new family with the exception of the half crazy King hostile to he.