New York Times Best-Selling Author Cynthia Wright comes a captivating novel of love and renewal! When the reckless Marquess of Sandhurst is forced by King Henry VIII into an arranged marriage with a young French widow, he conceives a bold masquerade to outwit the king. Disguised as a humble portrait painter, Sandhurst travels to the French court of Francois I to have a look at his would-be bride.
Micheline Tevoulere, friend of Aimee and Thomas de St. Briac, has agreed to marry an unseen English nobleman because she has given up on love. Yet, when she sits for a portrait by a dashing artist with tender eyes, her heart begins to thaw. As passion blooms, Sandhurst refuses to reveal his true identity unless Micheline renounces her betrothal to the wealthy and powerful Marquess of Sandhurst...even though he is his own rival!
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Once again Tim Campbell does an excellent job performing Cynthia Wright's novel.
Michelene Tevoulere is a beautiful young widow, taken to the courts by her friends in hopes of easing her heart from the pain of losing her husband, Only to find out that the man was never faithful to her, this only shattered her heart even more,
Andrew Weston, Earl of Sandhurs, spends enjoys his time in court. A man who enjoys life, but in no rush to give his heart to one woman regardless of the fact he must marry and soon.
Michelene, caught the eye of King but another is not going to have it. scheming behind the King, a marriage is arranged for Michelene to the Ernglishman, the Earl of Sandhurs.
Andrew, hearing of this news, is not happy and decides to go to France in disguise and see this woman he is being forced to marry. Updon seeing his soon to be wife, suddenly finds himself falling in love with her, though he deines it to all.
But life is not easy for th both of them when they arrive in England iwth schemes and plots to kill them both.
This story will keep you listening to the very end.