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With Spain now united Ferdinand looked to his daughters to further his ambitions All too often Isabella found herself torn between his brilliant plans and her love for her children During the last years of Isabella's reign it seemed there was a curse on the Royal House which struck at the children of the SovereignsTragedy followed tragedy the infanta Isabella a brokenhearted widow Juana driven to madness by her husband's philandering and the sorrow of parting with young Catalina destined to become Katharine of Aragon wife to Henry VIII and Queen of England


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    That was an interesting reading Again my opinions arent't the same as Jean Plaidy on this reading But maybe as i read a few recents books about Isabella of Castile Juana and Catherine of Aragon so my thinkings about them doesn't agree much with what were written on Daughters of Spain I don't see Isabella as a caring mother For me she was always worried about how to extend her reign So yes she used her daughters for that Catherine of Aragon was left behind on England She had to endure poverty and was neglected when she became a widow and later suffered alone when Henry betrayed her to stay with Anne Boleyn Juana was betrayed by her husband and later by her own father Both men were very dearly to her She became even a prisoner by her own father and all because she was the only heir to the throne All because of power I believe Juana developed madness but maybe because of the incidents on her life Isabella never showed mercy when it was about the Inquisition She even accepted Torquemada's request to accept the marriage of Isabella if Emanuel of Portugal installed the Inquisition there I believe that on her own ways Isabella was also a tyrant I'm giving 3 stars because Jean Plaidy gave the readers a very interesting view about Isabella and Ferdinand's reign They fought hard to unit Spain and to extend their reign but later the Royal House was struck by so many tragedies that the saying who wants it all may lose it all suits the Catholics Sovereigns