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Set in France in 1682, during the time of Louis XIV, this novel tells the story of Yvette, a courtier in Versailles. After using her secret fencing skills to save one of the king"s Musketeers, she continues her life disguised as a man, but her double life and insider knowledge also puts her in danger.
|Statement||Donna Russo Morin.|
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|Pagination||ix, 369 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||369|
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The heroine, a plucky young lady who secretly learns the art of fencing and is renowned for her misbehaviors/5(26). The Courtier’s Secret by Donna Russo Morin Historical Romance- Feb. 1st, 3 stars The Courtier’s Secret by Donna Russo Morin is a historical romance that is set in France at the court of the Sun King, Louis the XIV.
The heroine, a plucky young lady who secretly learns the The courtiers secret book of fencing and is renowned for her misbehaviors /5. “InThe Courtier’s Secret, Donna Russo Morin transports us back to 17th Century France, and the era of King Louis XIV. Filled with vivid imagery, delightful dialogue and highly spirited characters, this page turner kept me up long into the night.
The Courtier’s Secret. by Donna Russo Morin. Jeanne du Bois is the daughter of a minor noble in the court of Louis XIV. Fresh from convent school, she feels very out of place among the sycophants of Versailles.
Her father, always scheming to find a way to further his position, plans to use Jeanne as a marriage pawn no matter her own inclinations. Buy a cheap copy of The Courtier's Secret book by Donna Russo Morin.
France, Louis XIV, the Sun King, is at the height of his power. The court at Versailles is a paradise for privileged young women. Jeanne Yvette Mas Du Bois is Free shipping over $ In this book, you experience the true luxury of the King’s court, and the depravity. Courtiers take a royal shit in the hallways because there weren’t enough latrines in the palace, or vomit from excesses of wine, leaving servants assigned to the task to clean the hallways within minutes.
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Book Overview Ambitious and talented people flocked to court in search of power and prestige, but Kensington Palace was also a gilded cage. While its inhabitants were cocooned in comfort and splendour, successful courtiers had level heads and cold hearts; their secrets were never safe.
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