"Seduction by M.J. Rose interlaces the tale of a bereft Victor Hugo, mourning the loss of his daughter over 150 years ago, with the present day chronicles of Jac L'Etoile, caught up in an ancient Druid mystery that is affecting the lives of everyone around her. Intriguing, absorbing, and utterly captivating, Seduction will leave you begging for a sequel." —Books & Books You can find links to buy it and read more here - http://mjrose.com/books/seduction.asp?BookVar=Praise
La Hougue Bie The site features one of Europes finest passage graves where you can learn about life in Jerseys Neolithic community 6,000 years ago. A medieval chapel sits on top of the prehistoric mound and dolmen dominating this tranquil and spiritual site. Unlike many other dolmens you can stand inside the chamber of the passage grave. Did Victor Hugo meet the Shadow here?
"Mysterious, haunting, and tragic, Seduction emerges as a suspenseful alchemy of potent ingredients, beautifully blended, that ignites your senses and leaves you aching for more." —Jamie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet http://mjrose.com/books/seduction.asp?BookVar=Praise
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MJRose.com- SEDUCTION, coming May 7th - everyone who pre-orders the hardcover before May 5th and sends a copy of the receipt to MJRoseWriter@gmail.com will win a special personalized hand signed manuscript page from the author - and be entered to win a copy of the Fantine Necklace pictured on the cover!
This bracelet belonged to Leopoldine Hugo, Victor Hugo’s oldest daughter. It consists of six medallions decorated with strands of hair belonging to Charles Hugo, Adèle Hugo, Victor Hugo, François-Victor Hugo and Charles Vacquerie (Her husband who drowned along side her in the Seine, as well as the brother of Auguste Vacquerie, a very close friend of Victor Hugo.)