Any fool can make history, but it takes a genius to write it-Oscar Wilde
Monday, September 19, 2016
Enchantress of Paris by Marci Jefferson
Marie Mancini, niece to the powerful Cardinal Mazarin, decides to leave the convent she was sent to after a prophecy at her birth of disgrace and her mother's death. Now she seeks freedom and love. She goes the new court of the Sun King and finds her sister, Olympia, serving as his mistress. Marie sparks Louis' interest and they begin a love affair that could change a nation and two lonely hearts.
I loved this book, just like I loved Jefferson's previous book. The interaction between sisters really sold the book to me. Louis was just as I pictured him, majestic but loveable. The endjng is heartbreaking and amazing. I really enjoyed this one and I highly recommend it.