|Reviews for King Arthur II|
| Guest chapter 50 . 12/25/2016
I've reread a lot of this recently and just wanted to explain how much I've enjoyed it - the Arthur/Katherine relationship is my favourite part because it is so beautifully written, particularly in chapter 28. I also loved the scene with Elizabeth sobbing before she is interrupted by Arthur, both are characterised so well! I hope you can continue with this story because I have really loved reading it all, thank you so much for writing it xx
| Willssonn chapter 1 . 6/28/2016
Arthur Tudor would have been 23 years old in 1509, had he survived, not 15 as you have here.
Arthur was formally betrothed to Catherine when he was 11 years old. He actually married her in 1501.
Arthur's mother Elizabeth died in 1503 so why is she in this story? What is a true English matron?
The wedding banquet was not held at Richmond Palace, it took place at Baynards Castle.
The dowry was not paid in full and you clearly have no ideas about the English history.
Ludlow Castle was/is not the traditional home of the Prince of Wales.
Catherine writes with a quail? Does she dip its beak in the ink?!
| Guest chapter 31 . 2/3/2016
She should be princess elizabeth of york
| AnneBoleynQueenConsort chapter 50 . 1/12/2016
Hoping you update soon :)
| wendladarlings chapter 49 . 1/3/2016
I'm starting on a re-read on this again - I wasn't able to finish on my first try because of law school, which I know you'd understand hahaha - but I just have to say, your writing has really improved the deeper into the story you go. It was already entertaining and fascinating from the beginning, but the way that you flesh out the characters and the situations they're in, and even their dialogue, just gets better and better. I'm really impressed by how you've handled everything in this AU - I'm really, really fond of the King Arthur you've created here - even though I can't help but feel sad about Princess Mary. (The other reason why I wasn't able to finish the story the last time I read it :) :()
Anyway, I can't wait to start this again, and I hope that you do get to update this sometime. :)
| SeahorseLily chapter 36 . 12/9/2015
Jane ... WHY DOES SHE HAVE TO INTERFERE EVERYWHERE ?!
| Queen Kyrie chapter 3 . 11/19/2015
Damm Margaret. Slapping Elizabeth was wrong.
| dolphin456 chapter 13 . 9/27/2015
You did not just say chappie. Right?
| D.J. Scales chapter 50 . 9/11/2015
Interesting story so far.
| D.J. Scales chapter 1 . 9/10/2015
Not a bad take for this story. The opening is wonderful
| Anon chapter 50 . 8/27/2015
I have to agree with "a reader". You mislead us a lot.
| elephantsandlions chapter 50 . 8/24/2015
I cannot even begin to tell you how much I love this. I've read this more than three times since I discovered it a week ago haha! I am so looking forward to reading more and discovering what else is going to happen to everyone. Will we finally see Henry become King? Is he still going to be an asshole about his marriage with Anne! What will happen to Jane S. Child? So excited! Haha!
| Annoyed chapter 3 . 5/10/2015
The way Catalina and Arthur became lovers is far too similar to that of Philippa Gregory's version, especially since her book "the constant princess" was published 3 years prior. Also, no one would have called her Catalina. It would have immediately been changed. And while Elizabeth of York was completely subservient to Henry VII, she was not the little weakling portrayed here. You need to get your historical facts straight.
| WWMTgirl chapter 50 . 4/18/2015
I hate him. Henry, that is. I hate him, I hate him, I HATE him for how he's treating Jane and Anne and Edward and everyone, the abusive piece of- I hope he dies painfully. I hope he begs for mercy. I hope no one gives him it.
| blackdragonfly13 chapter 2 . 4/9/2015
I love the premiss of this story and was really excited to start reading it. However, upon reading the first several chapters, it reads more like it was written by a girl of 13, instead of a women in law school. The grammar and punctuation is atrociously done, and the excessive liberties with the known historical facts make the story far less real. I will continue reading, and my opinion might change, but this is what I think so far. I mean no disrespect, from one writer to another. I'm just being honest.