By Noreen Nash,Theresa DeBell
extraordinary face startled him. He had by no means visible such perfection. He could
not think that she used to be genuine, she has to be an apparition, a figment of his
imagination, born out of his starved lifestyles, yet she used to be genuine and he knew in
that second that she has to be his.
So extreme will be his love for her that he showered her with jewels,
gave her castles and chateaux, after which he made her authentic mistress, the first
official Mistress of France, equivalent to his spouse the Queen. yet with it got here a price,
jealousy -- "Jealousy that's as merciless because the grave."
This is a narrative of affection, hope, envy, and jealousy, these traits of the
human center that are undying and universal.