"Then Rachel said, 'Here is my maid Bilhah, go into her... and even I may have children through her.'" - Gen. 30:3.
In a world where a sonless king has options above and beyond annulment, two women's fates will be drastically changed...
[While this shares a name and a Biblical excuse with The Handmaid's Tale, it is not in any way inspired by actual dynamics of that setting.]
Bookmarked by Cerikal
05 Feb 2020
25 Aug 2020
After being undermined by everyone, Henry realized a truth; his eyes cleared and he couldn't look away. He had aimed to never be his winter-like father, but Henry VII had always gotten what he wanted. If he truly wanted to marry Anne and have his son, perhaps he must employ some of his father's teachings. It was the only way to create the Golden Age for his soon-to-be-here son. AU!
He didn’t know why he was here. He’d avoided her and seeing her all throughout the trial but now, for some reason he couldn’t explain, his feet and thoughts commanded him here.
The History of the Six Wives and Two Daughters of Henry VIII, As Illustrated by their Soulmarks by Blurgle for AMarguerite
Fandoms: Tudor History - Fandom, The Tudors (TV)
09 Jun 2019
The soulmarks of the kings and queens of England have oft affected the course of history, but none so much as those of the Tudors.
The night before Anne is to be executed, a large fire spread through the tower killing almost everyone in the high chambers of the tower. A burnt body with the famous B necklace was found and Anne is proclaimed dead but is she really?