"Nefret" wrote:Yes, agreed. Even though I have bought a few of those.
The King's Pleasure by Norah Lofts
King's Fool by Margaret Campbell Barnes
King's Confidante by Jean Plaidy
(And all are set during the reign of Henry VIII.)
If people want to keep naming their books this way they will have to diversify somewhat. Suggestions:
The King's Guilty Pleasure
A novel of Rosamund de Clifford
The Queen's Gooseberry Fool
Mary I and Philip II of Spain share a fateful dessert
The Queen's Best Friend Forever
Exploring the little-known friendship between Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots
The King's Webmistress
Poodle to the Princess
The early life of Queen Victoria from the POV of one of her dogs
What do you think?