Henry is a king of passion and perseverance. Efforts at alliances—both personal and political—face setbacks, but the King remains undeterred. When his ally, Emperor Charles V, releases Francis I, their mutual enemy, from prison, he is stunned—but resolves to redirect his European ambitions.
And when Anne Boleyn is insulted by his offer to make her his sole and unique mistress, it merely redoubles his passion and resolve to one day marry her. However, his separation from the most powerful political figure in Europe may prove easier to effect than an annulment from his wife.