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Post Author at Pan HistoriaThomas Cranmer posts in The Most Happy...

Cranmer listens to the Howard girl's retelling of what happened and finds that -- for once -- she is likely telling the truth. She craves the security that an unquestioned royal bastard would provide for her far more than she does Thomas Culpepper's love making because she is a Howard to her bones. More than any family in the kingdom are they driven by ambition. There is nothing a Howard would not dare for power -- her willing turn as the King's harlot proves that more than anything Cranmer could imagine.

Which is why between her sobbing, hiccupping words the terrible mistake Culpepper has made becomes all too clear. Men are men and subject to sin, yes, but this was stupidity beyond measure. No man touches what Henry considers his without consequence. This time lust could mean the death of Thomas Culpepper and a severe test of Catherine's ability to convince the King that she did not entice or encourage -- or, much more importantly for her fate, actually have been penetrated by her attacker.

That, more than anything else will tell if the girl's fate is for good or ill. Mary Boelyn's foolish mistake is known to the entire court and Cramner's certain that is why Catherine shivers still. There is nothing that causes such deep seated fear as the loss of the King's favor and Thomas' attack may have been just enough to insure that her position and plans are hopelessly derailed.

But that changes his duty not a whit. "Tell me from the beginning, girl, what passed once the King sent you from his chamber."

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