Josephine's Garden

Josephine's Garden

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A captivating story of love, nature and identity in Napoleon's France

'A luminous, enthralling tale of love, treachery, treason and friendship … full of unexpected twists and turns.' Kate Forsyth, author of Bitter Greens

France, 1794. In the aftermath of the bloody end to the French Revolution, Rose de Beauharnais stumbles from prison on the day she is to be guillotined. Within a decade, she'll transform into the scandalous socialite who marries Napoleon Bonaparte, become Empress Josephine of France and build a garden of wonders with plants and animals she gathers from across the globe.

But she must give Bonaparte an heir or she risks losing everything.

Two other women from very different spheres are tied to the fate of the Empress Josephine - Marthe Desfriches and Anne Serreaux. Their lives are put at risk as they each face confronting obstacles in their relationships and in their desire to become mothers.

From the author of Into the World comes a richly imagined historical novel about obsession, courage, love and marriage.

'Spellbinding, rich and an immensely enjoyable blend of fact and fiction.' Blue Wolf Reviews