The Second Empress

Following Madame Tussaud, Michelle Moran continues the story of France with a depiction of life in Napoleon's court. 1810. Palais des Tuileries, France. As a princess of the Holy Roman Empire, Marie-Louise Habsburg knows the importance of family loyalty. So when her father asks her to save his crown by marrying a foreign stranger twice her age she has no choice but to obey. But when she arrives in Paris, is becomes clear that Marie-Louise will have to fight for a place in her new husband's affections. Between a scorned first wife determined to hold on to her title and a fiendishly devious sister-in-law, will the young princess ever be able to win her rightful place at court? Meet Marie-Louise Bonaparte, youngest wife of Napoleon the Great and France's unwilling Second Empress.

Product Overview
ISBN 9780857388629
Categories BX, extraordinary, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Romance
Author(s) Michelle Moran
Publisher Quercus Publishing
Pages 368
Format Paperback
Dimensions 13.70cm x 2.20cm x 19.70cm
Weight 0.29 kg