|Reviews for One Event Changes History|
| Guest chapter 8 . 1/1/2014
Intriguing! I was confused at first but now I see what you were doing. Love it! I wish Anne would have lived. She was just too much for her time. She would have been so powerful in this age I think.
| Penelope Clemence chapter 10 . 5/29/2013
Oh I am so sorry that Henry lived a longer life than Francois. I believe that Henry doesn't deserve Anne. He deserves to suffer.
Oh Francois! I love him as a hero!
| xxxmutil-fandom-loverxxx chapter 11 . 11/30/2012
Story Idea # 5 Working Title: A Court Scandal
sounds the the most intriguing for me that is!
| Marie chapter 11 . 9/18/2012
I always wanted to read a what if story on if Mary, Queen of Scots accepted Robert Dudley as a husband when Elizabeth offered him when Mary came back to Scotland. They say Mary was a very captivating and beautiful so I bet Elizabeth would have been jealous..just a thought lol.
| Slayer's Angelus chapter 11 . 9/18/2012
Story idea #2 and #5 sound awesome.
#2: maybe Henry can realize that a daughter is just as important and valuable. With this premise, Anne would deffinatly stand a better chance succeeding and remaining queen.
#5: please have Henry marry Anne off to Charles Brandon and let them have many sons, while Jane fails to give Henry a son. There aren't many Charles/Anne pairings. This would make for an amazing story.
| xxxI.Love.Purple.Flowers.xxx chapter 11 . 9/18/2012
i like the 5th story idea the most
| XxGrace.Jones.20xX chapter 10 . 11/12/2011
I thought it was good but quite short
| Fleur24 chapter 10 . 7/27/2011
I absolutely loved this story. I love how you changed history and gave Anne a better marriage full of love and devotion.
I also love how Elizabeth got a full childhood, with her mother and a father who loved her as his own.
""This shows Anne during her final minute on earth that her one decision to contact Francis changes her life her the better through avoiding the death that Henry had plan for her, giving her daughter Elizabeth the childhood she deserved, and finding her soulmate in her second marriage.
One event does rewrite history for both: Henry, Francis, Anne, and Elizabeth."" I absolutely love this ending.
| Fleur24 chapter 9 . 7/27/2011
When seeing Anne with Louis, King Henry began to feel envy towards Francis but also sadness and regret because he could have been his son. While his wife Jane is jealous because her former rival has a son that she so desperately needs in order to become the Queen of England and jealous because of the love seen between Francis and Anne."" Yep Francis and Anne deffinitely have the better marriage, I think.
""King Henry and his wife Jane spend the afternoon with Elizabeth; while Anne takes a afternoon rest because she is with child, Louis is in the nursery taking a afternoon nap."" Sweet Anne is with child again.
Its funny. Francis has multiple sons and probably daughters, including Elizabeth, and all Henry has is daughters.
| Fleur24 chapter 8 . 7/27/2011
YAY Francis and Anne have a son!
""King Henry tells his friend with disbelief "When my wife gives me another daughter but my illegal wife gives her new husband a son."" That's karma for you Henry.
| Fleur24 chapter 7 . 7/27/2011
Poor Henry. Jane's child is not the boy he hoped it would be.
""King Henry tells his wife "We will call her Cecily after my mother's grandmother."
Queen Jane says "That is a perfect name for our little princess."" Cecily is exactly that, a name perfect for a princess.
Anne happily says to her husband "I can't believe that he has another daughter, but what will happen if I give birth to a son?"
Francis reassures his wife "He will every know that it's his child but our child will be a child of France not England."
Anne says with tears in her eyes "I can't believe I have you as my husband and I love you."" Yep Francis is good to Anne and loves her, for who she is.
Henry's loss is Francis' gain.
| Fleur24 chapter 6 . 7/27/2011
""Francis asks Anne hopefully and sincerely "Anne my love I have been thinking that you should become my wife and the new Queen of France?"
Anne quietly asks him "Of course I will marry you but are you sure you want to make me your wife while I carry another man's child and what about Elizabeth?"
Francis says happily "Elizabeth will be my step-daughter; however, the child that you carry will be our son or our daughter not yours and Henry's child."
Anne asks seriously "How will you be able to claim the child that I am carrying as your own?"
Francs tells Anne "Everyone that was present during Midwife Denise exam or when Dr. Landry will know the child's true father is but we will just claim that the child is early."" AWE that is so sweet. I love how he'll claim Anne's unborn child as his own.
HAHA I think Henry is just jealous.
""King Henry admits to his friend since childhood "My former wife Anne is now the crowned Queen of France and she carries her new husband's child."
Brandon says to King Henry with disbelief "It will be a nightmare if your former wife gives her new husband a son."
King Henry says with concern "It will be terrible because it will prove that she is able to give someone a son but not myself.""
Yep Henry will be pissed if Anne's child is a boy.
| Fleur24 chapter 5 . 7/27/2011
WOW Anne's pregnant again. I hope this one lives.
""Francis asks with concern but not as much as before while waiting for news about Anne "What has happen to my wife?"
Ambassador Laurent says "Her majesty, Queen Eleanor earlier today took a fall from her horse and was injured greatly. However, it saddens me to tell you that desperate the doctor's best efforts she died with a little amount pain a few minutes ago."" That's really sad, at least she died painlessly.
| Fleur24 chapter 4 . 7/27/2011
Well, I am glad that Mary will be Henry's heir until his and Jane's son is born.
I really like how King Francis and Queen Anne have romantic feelings for each other.
I wonder what's wrong with Anne?
| Fleur24 chapter 3 . 7/27/2011
I do like Francis, he seem like a very nice guy.
Poor Henry. I kind of hope that he gets back with Anne, but I also like Anne being in France.