In the second of the Angélique series, the heroine joins a group of bandits, rescues her children, becomes a successful businesswoman, and once again becomes entangled in politics and matters of the heart.
In the first of the Angélique series, the beautiful feisty teenage heroine becomes entangled in a political assassination plot and is betrothed to a stranger who is twelve years her senior and a reputed sorcerer.
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This is the second in the Angélique series. Picking up where the previous adventure ended, Angélique joins her childhood friend Nicolas and his band of bandits. But when tragedy hits, the beautiful and ever resourceful Angélique finds a way to move on. She rescues her children, becomes a successful businesswoman by running her own restaurant, and becomes entangled in politics. But where will her heart lead her next...?Written by
the fragile young lady becomes a business woman, part of politic affairs, beautiful, powerful, sentimental, looking the justice and example of high courage. nothing new. only the old traits becomes more interesting. adventure. and love. that was the source of seduction of entire series for a generation of young viewers for who Mercier was a kind of goddess. the short presence of Jean La Fontaine , the references to the Fronde are small pieces who gives some credibility to a story who has not many occasions to be realistic. but that is not a sin. because it reflects only the fictionally atmosphere of a century, lovely, cruel, mysterious, and propose a charming character who, as woman, could be more interesting for admirers of fairy tales.
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