Angelique and the king book

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Angelique and the King (Angélique, book 2) by Sergeanne Golon

Louis XIV was one of history's great lovers. Fought over by every exquisite woman in France, there was only one luscious jewel Louis really wanted to possess; the irresistible Angelique. But the emerald-eyed enchantress knew Louis discarded beautiful mistresses like toys. And that she would never bear. Angelique was determined to find new ways to keep the King's passion a flame.
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Angelique et le Roi

Angelique and the King

It's the most infamous tower in Paris's history - and were it not for a certain Mr. Eiffel, it would also be the city's most famous. It was built in about and was originally named after a provost of Paris, Philippe Hamelin, forming an important part of the city wall constructed by Philippe-Auguste, then King of France. Details are still being clarified, but the way now seems clear for Anne to re-publish the books and publish previously unpublished works - and be assured of income from sales. The real-life adventures of Anne and Serge Golon are almost as exciting as those of their heroine, the titular character in the Angelique Book Collections - and could make a bestselling story in their own right.

Louis XIV was one of history's great lovers. Fought over by every exquisite woman in France, there was only one luscious jewel Louis really wanted to possess; the irresistible Angelique. But the emerald-eyed enchantress knew Louis discarded beautiful mistresses like toys. And that she would never bear. Angelique was determined to find new ways to keep the King's passion a flame.

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