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  • Napoleonic heroine

    This book I found intriguing as very unusual. It has a feisty female as the main protagonist in a historical romance where they are normally portrayed as being very wishy washy sorts. Not this one. The storyline was also very believable and well put together with enough real characters to add realism. I enjoyed the whole thing and loved watching the interplay between the main characters. The touch of love was gentle and enjoyable amongst the less easy bits! A gripping and enjoyable read.

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  • Cracking good story!

    I was a bit unsure of this one to start with, the hero isn’t particularly likeable initially, but he improves dramatically! I needn’t have worried, once it gets going, this is a thoroughly good yarn, and very meaty. The heroine suffers through so many misfortunes, it is pretty incredible that she manages to scrape through them all fairly unscathed. All in all, a very good read and certainly worth 5 stars – I have enjoyed all Ms Laval’s previous Choclit/Ruby books, but I think this is the best so far, and my favourite.

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  • Well written novel full of suspense and intrigue

    Story of Marie-Ange whose husband went missing at sea (presumed dead) six years ago. She lives in Devon with her brother-in-law. She has been summoned by Uxeloup Malleval (her mother’s stepson) to claim a large sum of money from her mother’s side of the family. Capitaine Hugo Saintclair has been sent to escort her to France but when she finally meets Malleval, she notices that he is deranged and obsessed with The Cross of Life (a gold cross that is meant to bring eternal life). Malleval believes that Marie-Ange knows where this cross is and that she is the one to unlock its’ powers. Marie-Ange realises that he made up the inheritance as a ruse to get her to visit him. She sees a man who she thinks is her missing husband. She confronts him but he does not recognise her. Marie-Ange is now torn between her growing feelings for Hugo and the hope that her husband will regain his memory and life will get back to normal. There are lots of twists and turns to this story and I couldn’t wait to find out how it all ends.

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  • A Real Treasure

    Angel of Lost Treasure was a real treasure. I’ve always enjoyed Marie’s books, and was slightly concerned when I first heard, she was trying something different, but I needn’t have worried. What a wonderful story. A historical adventure/romance set mainly in France, Marie was able to really bring these places to life with great details and descriptions. A fabulous novel with believable characters and fascinating story. I couldn’t put it down. I’m hoping there’s a sequel.

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  • Thrilling and unusual story - highly recommend

    Exciting story set in post Napoleonic England and France. Marie-Ange is not your typical Regency heroine. She has had to learn to be strong as she faces unpredictable challenges. She is accompanied on her adventures by the intriguing Capitaine Saintclair, but can she really trust him? Throw some Templars and weird priests into the mix and you have a fantastic story!

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