Paperback 220 pages -- Copyright 1970 -- Printed in USA ROMANCE REIGNED. Mary-Rose Tudor, princess and daughter to King Henry VII, had been taught that ladies of the blood royal do not marry for love but for political reasons. Fated by her position to be wed to gain prestige and power for England, she was determined to marry only for love - and cared little about promoting the aims of the empire and her father.
Used availability for Maureen Peters's Princess of Desire
May 1970 : UK Hardback
July 1978 : USA Paperback
March 1973 : UK Paperback