To Dance with Kings

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1989 - Fiction - 564 pages
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The world's never-ending romance with the Palace of Versailles is rekindled. Alive with the sparkle and scandal of the royal courts, To Dance with Kings tells the stories of four passionate and determined women who are bound to the palace and politics of Versailles.

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

This follows four generations of mothers and daughters from 1664 to 1793 and is set in Versailles through three reigns from the Sun King to Marie Antoinette, from the age of Lully and Moliere to that ... Read full review

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The reviews for this book were very good on amazon and elsewhere. However, I was disappointed. Touted as a historical novel taking place over 4 generations, it was really a kind of cheapy romance ... Read full review

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Barbara Ovstedal was born on October 3, 1921 in Bognor Regis. She wrote a few romances under the pseudonym Barbara Paul, but changed to Rosalind Laker when Barbara Paul gained recognition. Her books included Sovereign's Key, Far Seeks the Heart, Warwyck's Woman, The Venetian Mask, Circle of Pearls, The Fragile Hour, and The Golden Tulip. Under her own name, Ovstedal has written a travel book about Norway, as well as several novels, including Red Cherry Summer, Valley of the Reindeer, and Souvenir of Sweden. She died on November 23, 2012 at the age of 91.

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