Tales Of Passion, Tales Of Woe

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Harper Collins, Jan 17, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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The much-anticipated second novel in the trilogy, Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe opens as Josephine awakens to the reality of her recent marriage to Napoleon Bonaparte. A remarkable portrait of a canny and compassionate woman emerges, set against one of the most tumultuous periods in European history.


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An intriguing story in terms of personalities, history, and plot twists. I found it thoroughly enjoyable and will assuredly read the last book in the series. Read full review

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User Review  - runaway84 - LibraryThing

Book #2 in the Josephine Bonaparte trilogy. This installment picks up where the last one left off: the day after Napoleon and Josephine's wedding in 1796. It ends at the beginning of 1800 when ... Read full review


In which Eugène is healed
In which I must make a choice
In which we have a day or two
VIAngel of Mercy
In which I must live in a haunted palace
In which I must sleep in Marie Antoinettes bed
In which I am called Angel of Mercy

In which I join the Liberator of Italy
In which I learn about war
In which I am surrounded by Bonapartes
In which I receive shocking news
In which problems await me at home
In which I become involved in intrigues
In which I am accused
In which I must stay behind
In which I very nearly die
In which victories are followed by defeat
In which I have enemies everywhere
In which I retreat
In which I am forgiven forgive
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Sandra Gulland is the author of the Canadian bestseller Mistress of the Sun as well as the Josephine B. Trilogy, which has sold more than a million copies in seventeen languages worldwide.

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