The Red Queen's Daughter by Jaqueline Koslov
Reviewed by Bronte
After Katherine's death her two year old daughter Mary disappeared from history, so naturally most believe she died. In this story Mary was given off to be raised by her mother's friend but then resurfaces years later to help the Virgin Queen with her own brand of magic. I loved the historical background, some of it was altered or people invented, but it was still the essence of that time period with all its intrigue and magic. I liked this book, and it went by very fast. I wouldn't reread it but I enjoyed reading it the first time. I would recommend it to youngish girls (11-12).