Forget "Cashmere Mafia" and "Lipstick Jungle," today’s modern woman
would do best to skip the glitzy Prada-power lunches and hit the history
We learned more about feminine prowess in the first few lines of Mademoiselle
Boleyn than any Patricia Field-styled prime-time hit. The oeuvre
tells the tale of the Boleyn sisters growing up in the French court
through the eyes of the youngest and most famous sibling, Anne. Filled
with racy romps, unrequited love and sisterly rivalry, author Robin
Maxwell weaves an intriguing explanation of how young Anne overcomes the
odds to be Queen of England.
It’s the perfect pre-Valentine’s Day read so you can brush up on your
womanly charms and he can brush up on you!