The Selection Stories: The Queen & The Favorite by Kiera CassOn December 31st Kiera confirmed that this book wont be released, instead everything will be published in the happily ever after companion book in october
Two novellas set in the captivating world of Kiera Casss #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series, now available in print for the first time! In The Queen and The Favorite, discover untold stories from the lives of two of the Selection series most beloved characters.
Before America Singers story began, another girl came to the palace to compete for the hand of a different prince. In The Queen, follow Prince Maxons mother, Amberly, through the Selection that made her a beloved queen.
Marlee Tames came to the palace to win Prince Maxons heart—but her own heart had other ideas. The Favorite goes behind the scenes of Marlee and Carters life together, from the fateful night their secret was discovered to the events at the end of The One.
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Yorgos Lanthimos's The Favourite , is handily the oddball among the eight contenders for Best Picture. In an unpredictable awards season filled with musical blockbusters and true-life Oscar-bait stories, it's the hilariously odd reimagining of a royal love triangle that fills the dark horse role in this year's race. The odds of a film this quirky actually taking the top prize are slim, but the period piece about the power struggle within Queen Anne's court is without doubt one of the most exemplary films of But once you've had a chance to see it, the question in everyone's Google search history is: Did Queen Anne really get it on in the library with her chambermaids? Maybe not as explicitly as it was depicted in the film, but it's not completely out of the question.
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In the Oscar-winning period piece The Favourite , two clever, ambitious ladies-in-waiting in early 18th-century England compete for the favor—and romantic affections—of a mercurial and unstable Queen Anne. Though her father converted to Catholicism, Anne and her elder sister, Mary, were raised in the Anglican faith, thanks to the influence of their powerful uncle, King Charles II. The beautiful, intelligent and witty Sarah later married an older army officer, John Churchill, whose impressive military record helped make up for his modest background. When Anne herself married the handsome Prince George of Denmark in , she made Sarah her second lady of the bedchamber, the first of a number of titles she would bestow upon her close friend. At some point, the two of them made up nicknames for each other that put them on equal social footing at least privately : Anne was Mrs. Morley, while Sarah was Mrs. When Sarah was away from the palace, she and Anne exchanged a flood of letters.