“You are rather a force of nature when you set your heart upon something, [Betsy.]”
As a clever girl in stodgy, mercantile Baltimore, Betsy Patterson dreams of a marriage that will transport her to cultured Europe. When she falls in love with and marries Jerome Bonaparte, she believes her dream has come true—until Jerome’s older brother Napoleon becomes an implacable enemy.
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6 responses to “Fetching Reviews: The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte”
That’s so cool! Actual reviews! I meant to tell you, I finished the book in like the last week of December and I so enjoyed it. I told a friend about the scene where Betsy’s ship arrived and was shot upon and my friend was all, “Oh no Napoleon didn’t!”
Thanks, Michelle. It’s hard to believe what a hard ass Napoleon was abut their marriage, but it’s all true. I’m glad you enjoyed the book! Thanks for telling me.
Oh wow, I’d be over the moon to see a review like that for a book of mine. Congratulations!
Yes, I’m very pleased with it.
That is so awesome! Congratulations on receiving such a great review! 🙂