‘I behold not and seeth a gentle visage. All I seeth art scowl and ang’r, darkness and demons howling f’r mine own death’~Mary, Queen of the Scots. In “The Queens’ Lover”.
Queens’ Lover Mary the Queen of Scots is an historical fictional account of the life and loves of Mary Stuart better known as Mary Queen of Scots although, historical facts are used. 90% is based on actual events.
The apostrophe is in the right place. When you read the story you will see why the word ‘queen’ is in a plural possessive form.
A lot of original old English is used in this book. A lot of Shakespearean English is used also.
It will contain a glossary with the meaning of the Old English word. For example: the word expergefactor isn’t used today but it means anything that wakes you up.