Betrayed Countess

Betrayed Countess Forced from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution Countess Bettina Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause In England she discovers the

  • Title: Betrayed Countess
  • Author: Diane Scott Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781771450409
  • Page: 181
  • Format: ebook
  • Betrayed Countess by Diane Scott Lewis Apr , Betrayed Countess is Lisbette de Janquiere, and hustled through Boulogne, France at the start of the French Revolution by a retainer she d learn to trust She is young and innocent, a cosseted aristocrat The retainer sends her as a stowaway to England with a roll of papers she is to deliver to someone. Betrayed Countess Diane Scott Lewis Jun , Betrayed Countess Diane Scott Lewis on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Forced from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Bettina Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause. Smashwords Betrayed Countess a book by Diane Scott Lewis Mar , Betrayed Countess By Diane Scott Lewis Forced from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Bettina Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause In England, she discovers the package is full of blank papers, the address false and she s penniless. The Countess Who Betrayed Anne Boleyn School Tudor Workshops Dec , The Countess Who Betrayed Anne Boleyn While Jane Parker traditionally takes most of the blame for the incest allegations against Anne Boleyn and her brother, George, the Countess of Worcester may be the one who betrayed Anne and sealed her doom. Elizabeth Bathory Mass Murderer or Victim Elizabeth Bthory is famed as the Blood Countess, an Eastern European aristocrat who tortured and murdered over six hundred girls. John de Menteith Sir John Menteith of Ruskie and Knapdale was a Scottish nobleman during the Wars of Scottish Independence He is known for his capture of Sir William Wallace in and later joined with King Robert I of Scotland and received large land grants in Knapdale and Kintyre for his service. Comtessa de Dia The Comtessa de Dia Countess of Die , possibly named Beatritz or Isoarda fl c or c , was a trobairitz female troubadour She is only known as the comtessa de Dia in contemporary documents, but was most likely the daughter of Count Isoard II of Di a Mystery Chronicles Betrayals of Love Walkthrough, Guide Rogue Countess on Apple Books Dec , Betrayed and forced into marriage, the Countess of Blackbourne will never forgive the husband who abandoned her After eight long years away, the Earl of Blackbourne, Jude Sinclair returns to England with one purpose to find his wife and end his farce of a marriage. Judith de Lens, Countess of Huntingdon c. c. Without Refuge

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    Forced from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Bettina Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause In England, she discovers the package is full of blank papers, the address false and she s penniless Stranded in a Cornish village, Bettina toils in a bawdy tavern and falls in love with a man who may hForced from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Bettina Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause In England, she discovers the package is full of blank papers, the address false and she s penniless Stranded in a Cornish village, Bettina toils in a bawdy tavern and falls in love with a man who may have murdered his unfaithful wife Tracked by ruthless revolutionaries, she must uncover the truth about her father s murder and her lover s guilt while her life is threatened.

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    • Kbee says:

      Really liked this onebuthated the end. But it did kept be captivated, had to keep reading to finish it, had to know what was to happen. Really strong heroine. She went through a lot of pain to finally find love from strangers and a secretive man for a little while. I was hoping that she would find peace in the end.But just dound out there is a sequelI am not sure if I will read it one way I would love to know where she ends up and if she gets her wish and on the other hand I'm scarred it will en [...]

    • Anita says:

      On the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Bettina de Jonquiere flees to England with the help of a family servant, the only man she can trust. With her father dead, and separated from her mother with no idea if they will ever see each other again, she travels to Bath.Bettina has been entrusted with a packet of documents which she is told will aid the Royalists, but when she arrives in England, there is no one to meet her. Worse, the envelope she’s secreted all the way is empty. Penniless a [...]

    • Brandy says:

      As published at Layeredpages: Set in England at the time of the French Revolution, a misplaced countess Bettina is struggling to fit in and make a life for herself while also hiding from those who would like to see her lose her head in France. The plot of this book, noble woman betrayed and stranded with nothing but the clothes on her back, has admittedly been done before. What makes this version interesting and fresh are the colorful descriptions and characters. Bettina’s struggles to fit in [...]

    • Katherine Pym says:

      Betrayed Countess is Lisbette de Janquiere, and hustled through Boulogne, France at the start of the French Revolution by a retainer she’d learn to trust. She is young and innocent, a cosseted aristocrat. The retainer sends her as a stowaway to England with a roll of papers she is to deliver to someone. When she arrives at her destination, she finds the papers are blank and she’d been betrayed. Thus begins the saga of Lisbette, who changes her name to Bettina Laurant, and learns to stand on [...]

    • Diane Lewis says:

      The Historical Novel Society calls The False Light "Simply brilliant."

    • Windy Acres says:

      I got this through a free Kindle download recently. It was very depressing. I didn't like it at all.

    • Darlene Williams says:

      Complete review available at darleneelizabethwilliamsauthor

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