The First Diana: Almost a Princess: The Tragic Story of the First Lady Diana Spencer

The First Diana Almost a Princess The Tragic Story of the First Lady Diana Spencer Born Lady Diana Spencer she was almost married to the Prince of Wales Yet her life was haunted by tragedy and she died too young read the intriguing story of The First Lady Diana Spencer On SALE for

  • Title: The First Diana: Almost a Princess: The Tragic Story of the First Lady Diana Spencer
  • Author: Sarah J Freeman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Born Lady Diana Spencer, she was almost married to the Prince of Wales Yet her life was haunted by tragedy and she died too young read the intriguing story of The First Lady Diana Spencer On SALE for just 1.99 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited Now a No 1 bestseller 1710 1735 Born in 1710 Lady Diana Spencer was tall, beautiful, and had the backing of family and money A carBorn Lady Diana Spencer, she was almost married to the Prince of Wales Yet her life was haunted by tragedy and she died too young read the intriguing story of The First Lady Diana Spencer On SALE for just 1.99 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited Now a No 1 bestseller 1710 1735 Born in 1710 Lady Diana Spencer was tall, beautiful, and had the backing of family and money A caring person she suffered early tragedy and yet she loved to help others In this intriguing book look into her life and read about the plot to marry her to the Prince of Wales Will she become a princess Despite the vast wealth of her grandmother, Sarah Churchill, the Duchess of Marlborough and one of the most powerful women in England, Diana s life was not easy Follow her as the Duchess falls out with Queen Anne and is estranged from the Royal Court See into her life as offers of marriage abound, and yet each one is turned down as not good enough The Duchess has a plan, audacious and ambitious she will see her Little Di a princess Find out what happened to the intended marriage and follow Diana through the tragedy that became her life This is a personal and moving portrayal of an amazing and almost unheard of woman who died too soon and yet left the world a better place.

    One thought on “The First Diana: Almost a Princess: The Tragic Story of the First Lady Diana Spencer”

    1. This was truly awful. It was promoted as a biography of Diana Spencer, granddaughter of John and Sarah Churchill, the first Duke and Duchess of Marlborough, but it became clear a few pages in that it was an "imagined" biography. For one thing, there isn't much research to go on: Diana died childless at age 25, so she really didn't leave much of an impact. For another, it is crammed with really bad dialogue, most of it between Diana and her grandmother, who is caring for her in her last weeks (sh [...]

    2. Fascinating History I didn't know there was another Lady Diana Spencer so I was fascinated with the author's account of her brief and tragic life.

    3. Short historical fictionI gave a three star rating only due to story flow. The writing was smooth and the dialogue was on point. While this is a short story about an actual historical figure the pace was choppy and seemed to meander between flashbacks. The relationship between the main character and her grandmother was well written and it seemed like this could have been expanded upon. When there is artistic license taken I prefer a secondary or subplot to evolve in the story. All in all if you [...]

    4. Good for a quick readI have always been interested in British History. This book gives a glimpse into a woman who had very !title control in her life. Both of her parents died when she was a child. She was adopted and raised by her dear Grandmother. Later in her life she was married off and lost 2 babies. She couldn't even control her own health as she was I'll with tuberculosis. Her one area in life she could control is spending time with her grandmother

    5. Interesting and a fast readDiana's short life made for a fast reading , an interesting look at aristocratic English life . Women at this time had no choice for love and marriage , they were considered merely breeding stock for aristocratic men . It left me with a sad feeling her .

    6. Lovely little taleI truly enjoyed this book. Even if there is a bit of writers license you cannot avoid feeling close to this poor tragic woman. Also the realisation of how fragile was life more than 200 years ago and what was the reality of the nobility then. Recommended.

    7. A good book to read This book filled in some missing history. If one likes British history then this is just the tidbit that is needed. A quick read.

    8. TragicThe two Diana Spencers were destined to die young and endure unhappy marriages. Story was simply written, entertaining and a short, quick read.

    9. Good read and enjoyableExcellent research and good material unique book worth a must for any royal follower and lover of anything Diana Spencer

    10. Lady Diana SpencerThis novel takes an inventive, sympathetic and ultimately informative peek into the life of a lesser known noblewoman's life during the 1700's.

    11. InterestingThis was an interesting book. You learnt a little about princess Diana 's ancestors. The book kept my interest from page 1 to the end.

    12. Loved it! Great story but tragicCharacters are wonderful. You feel her pain and loss. Love this period in history, love to read more. Tragic and sweet

    13. Based on historyBook simple to read with some insight into life of the families with titles and how women were used to extend the family lines. All very political.

    14. The First DianaAn excellent read by Sarah Freeman about the first Diana Spencer. Took me about 2 hours to read it and it was great!

    15. Re0 What a tragedy I had never heard or read about the first Lady Diana but what a great story I could not put the book down it keep me

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