[PDF] Monique By Madelyn Cunningham – Thomashillier.co.uk

Monique Breathtaking Monique, Love Child Of A Gypsy Princess And A French Marquis Stolen At Birth By Her Mothers Clan, To Be Raised In The Untamed Pride Of Their Forest Camps Born To Rule, She Saw Her People Crushed By The Brutal Power That Terrorized All France And She Vowed To Avenge Them Born To Love, She Defied Every Law For Lucien Gastogne, Elegant Aristocrat Of The French Court Notorious Bandit And Spy Even When She Was Torn From Lucien, Taken Brutally In Marriage By The Sinister Comte DeVille, Monique Clung To Her Undying Dream With Her Lover By Her Side, She Would One Day Secure Her Freedom And Then Together They Would Find Their Destiny In The Splendors Of A Golden Passion.


10 thoughts on “Monique

  1. says:

    Well Nice to meet you, Madelyn Cunningham N.B This review is officially spoiler free You re welcome P The author is a mystery that remains unsolved Was Madelyn a man or a woman Did he she write under other pseudos Was this book the result of a carefully sculpted manuscript, or a merrily churned out product of the bodice shredding Jove trenches The world may never know, though I m leaning toward the former But whoever the author whatever the circumstances, one thing is cert Well Nice to meet you, Madelyn Cunningham N.B This review is officially spoiler free You re welcom...


  2. says:

    After 20 years I still remember this book and wish that I still had my copy My best friend and I spent hours reading this book together and talking about it It s the ultimate over the top 80 s historical romance.


  3. says:

    This is a very simple story told in such an elaborate manner that the storytelling itself is what truly radiated most to me You may have heard the same theme and BR setup a thousand times, but so few are as detailed not excessive purple prose monsterness and captivating Flames definitely dim and stoke to crescendos under its telling So few hand delivered the gypsies nomadic life to reader, in not just glimpses but a God s eye view The heart of gypsy myth lore ran vibrantly through This is a very simple story told in such an elaborate manner that the storytelling itself is what truly radiated most to me You may have heard the same theme and BR setup a thousand times, but so few are as detailed not excessive purple prose monsterness and captivating Flames definitely dim and stoke to crescendos under its telling So few hand delivered the gypsies nomadic life to reader, in not just glimpses but a God s eye view The heart of gypsy myth lore ran vibrantly through the story, even if at times somewhat murky There s groundwork here and a defiance fo...


  4. says:

    I read this book when I was an itty bitty and I loved it It was one of the first romance books I ever read and it started a pretty voracious habit Not really sure where I got the book, and my recollection of the plot line isn t great What I do know is that I read this book so many times the cover fe...


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