The Last QueenLarge Print - 2009
Married at sixteen. A queen at twenty-five. Declared insane by the husband she adored, and locked up by her beloved father, Juana 'la Loca' was the last true queen of Spain. Daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, and sister to Catherine of Aragon, she is a woman ruled by her passions. Her arranged marriage to Philip the Fair of Flanders begins as a fairytale romance when, despite never having met before their betrothal, they fall desperately in love. Never meant to be more than his consort and mother to his heirs, after tragedy decimates her family, Juana finds herself heiress to the throne of Spain. Suddenly plunged into a ruthless battle of ambition and treachery, the future of Spain - and her own freedom - is at stake.
Publisher: Anstey, Leicester : Thorpe, 2009.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: LP FIC GORT
Characteristics: 520 p. (large print) : ill., map ; 24 cm.