The mesmeric Nick Tudor isn’t just from a different city; he’s from a different century. He’s also a reigning Tudor king, practically engaged, and destined to become Nicholas the Ironheart—one of history’s most infamous tyrants. All excellent reasons why eighteen-year-old Emmie Grace from modern-day Massachusetts shouldn’t fall crazy in love with him or try to save him from his dreadful fate. But when Emmie unearths an ancient ring that magically transports her back to Tudor England and the real Court of Nicholas the Ironheart, she finds that King Nick is nothing like his reputation. He’s charming, generous, and deeply devoted to his sister Catherine, whose imminent murder is what triggers his descent into darkness.
As Emmie battles her growing feelings for the gorgeous and insanely-wrong-for-her Nick—not to mention the moral scuffle over whether she should stop Kit’s murder—she travels back and forth between her life in the modern world and Nick Tudor’s magnificent Court. With friends back home facing their own dramas, a curious mom, and a few key perks like clean water and a ban on beheadings, you’d think the choice of where to stay would be easy for Emmie. But when Emmie decides to save Nick’s sister and potentially change history, things get more complicated than she could have imagined.
Emmie and the Tudor King
True love has never been more deadly in this lush sequel to the best-selling Emmie and the Tudor King.
For an extraordinary love, Emmie Grace has given up her life in the modern world to move to the sixteenth century and marry the Tudor king she bravely saved from a dreadful fate. However, not everyone is pleased to see the glorious King Nick betrothed to the unknown and uncultured Emmie—especially the noblemen commanded to protect her.
As Emmie is drawn deeper into Nick’s sumptuous and savage world—where beheadings are way more popular than time travelers—the Tudor court heads on progress across the country, and a growing rebellion against the promised queen looms. With life and love at stake, Emmie must face the cost of changing the path of history and realize that her greatest sacrifice is yet to come.
Emmie and the Tudor Queen
Release date: March 31, 2021
Release date: July 28, 2021