By Barbara Cartland
Her father had died on their method domestic to England, his occupation in shambles, his identify disgraced via accusations of treason. Now Canuela Arlington and her mom have been by myself in London in determined want of cash. Canuela must locate paintings. figuring out her soft good looks was once bound to galvanize unwelcome advances, Canuela pulled her lengthy golden hair again sharply from her face, obscured her striking grey-green eyes with large glasses and wearing unflattering black. Her very good skills quickly an enterprise: Ramon de Lopez, the good-looking Argentine aristocrat, one of many wealthiest males in South the US. Canuela trembled with rage on the mere point out of his identify for Ramon used to be an "old buddy" of her father's, one of many many that abandoned him within the main issue. Canuela may pay off him for his disloyalty. it can now not be tough to break him. If basically he weren't so wildly attractive...
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She still, however, found it hard to credit that Mr. Barcellos was in fact a spy and that he had come to England to kill the Prince of Wales. And yet when she thought about it she realised it was in fact the French reply to what had happened. In February Napoleon, now for over a year Emperor of the French, had been told of a plot to assassinate him. It had originated in England where, as was well known, the English encouraged and supported a Training-Camp for conspirators and guerrillas at Romsey.
I cannot imagine why you want to make so many difficulties," the Marquis said with a touch of irritation in his voice. " Vanessa looked away from him. "I want to come . . you know that," she said in a low voice. "It is just that there is . . no-one to tell me"... " the Marquis enquired. "That is what I wish to do," she answered. " he insisted. "I cannot ask you to dinner tonight, Vanessa, because I am dining at Carlton House with the Prince of Wales. " Vanessa did not speak and the Marquis went on: "There are a great many things I want to teach you about Art—one of them being the art of good eating.
He decided to go himself to France to kill Napoleon and then, in conjunction with certain discontented Generals of the French Army, put Louis XVIII on the throne. This plot had been communicated to the English Government, which secretly passed details to their agents abroad and provided Cadoudal with letters of exchange valued at one million francs. Owing, however, to a careless agent, the plot was discovered by Fouche, head of the Police in Paris, and Cadoudal was arrested. Unfortunately, Louis Antoine, Prince of the House of Bourbon and Duc d'Enghien, was involved.
A Frame Of Dreams (Barbara Cartland #34) by Barbara Cartland