All for Love: The Scandalous Life and Times of Royal Mistress Mary Robinson
Penguin, 2008 - 432 стор.
A bold and bawdy historical novel-from the acclaimed author of Too Great a Lady.
Mary Robinson's talent, beauty, and drive led her from debtors' prison to the glamour and scandal of the London stage, where a star was born-and sold as society's darling, envied by women, and desired by men. From her shocking affair with the Prince of Wales to heartbreaking betrayals and a restless pursuit of true romance, this breathtaking novel paints a vivid portrait of a woman who changed history by doing as she pleased-for money, for fame, for pleasure, and above all, for love.
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