Lady of Passion
by Freda Lightfoot

Her face was her fortune – but also her downfall

Beautiful and talented actress, poet and fashion icon, Mary Robinson was one of the most famous women of her time – yet she died virtually penniless, her reputation in ruins. For Mary was destined always to be betrayed by the men she loved – her father, her husband and, most seriously, by the Prince of Wales, later George IV, for whom Mary gave up her career, her husband and her independence, only to be cruelly abandoned. This is her enthralling story: a tale of ambition, passion, scandal and heartbreak.

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“'It's the ultimate battle royal in the latest passion-rich installment”

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“Readers who miss Jean Plaidy will welcome Lightfoot's French historical series, which delivers plenty of royal passion and high-stakes politics”

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“Brimming with enough scandal, passion and danger for a Jackie Collins' novel”

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“Lightfoot carefully embroiders her latest absorbing novel with plenty of fascinating historical details about the hopes and heartbreaks of the real Mary Robinson”

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Editions

Lady of Passion by Freda Lightfoot is available in the following formats

Ebook97817801044231st October 2013N/A256£4.99
Ebook97817801044231st October 2013N/A256$6.99
Paperback978184751487527th June 2014140 X 215mm256£12.99
Paperback978184751487527th June 2014140 X 215mm256£12.99
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