"Emerson returns to the Tudor Court in By Royal Decree, where engaged lady-in-waiting Bess must resist handsome and similarly unavailable Will Parr".
In the mean time Kate had a wonderful announcement about her very unique list of Tudor women on her website:
"A WHO'S WHO OF TUDOR WOMEN is now available as an e-book original exclusively from the new e-book store at a writers work where, together with other multi-published authors, I am now offering, direct from writer to reader, e-book editions of two other e-book originals and of some of my back list novels. Although the WHO'S WHO still exists in html files at my Kate Emerson Historicals website, this text-only e-book offers the convenience of having all 622 entries (the number as of the end of February 2010) and the list of titles used in Tudor times in one, easy-to-search electronic file. A WHO'S WHO OF TUDOR WOMEN completely replaces my very out-of-date and inaccurate : THE WOMEN OF SIXTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND (1984), which is no longer in print. I hope you'll help spread the word about this better, more accurate version. Thanks".
Thank you Kate for sharing the insight. Your skills in your research are apparent leaving your readers able to reap the benefits of your hard labor of love.