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  1. Misfit Misfit says:

    35 starsReview is slightly spoilerish Of course it's important I know you Nothing would make you bother the police for a joke With you it's always something important you're about to be murdered or else commit suicide or perhaps you've decided to involve the Royal Family in some fiendish scandal or disobey the PopeHah This is the third book in a long series and this review will be rather brief to avoid spoiling events from the prior novels Angeliue Book 1 and Angéliue and the King Book 2 At the end of book two Angeliue learned that her supposedly dead husband might not be so dead after all and she's willing to risk everything including the King's wrath to find him Despite the heavy police guard placed on her by the express command of Louis XIV Angéliue slips away and her feminine charms come in uite handy when she needs to wheedle her way onto one of the King's vessels heading for Crete No surprise but there's no smooth sailing in Angéliue's world and after a battle or two at sea and a shipwreck she's captured and sold as a slave to the highest bidder the notorious pirate Rescator Oh but the fool escapes and lands herself right into the hands and harem of the infamous Sultan of Morocco Will she survive with her virtue intact or will that treacherous body of hers betray her once again? This was the only time in her life that she was ashamed of being a woman and a beautiful one to boot She could not help thinking of herself as merely a work of art being inspected by some critical collector pondering its material values only She felt as is sic she had been robbed of her soulI did enjoy this book although there were times when events dragged on too long for my tastes there seemed to be a lot of background being set up for events that will happen in the later books I did notice that the edition I read is from a different translator than some of the other editions and read a bit dryer than those and for that I'm knocking off half a star Still jolly good fun and next up is Angeliue in Revolt Book 4

  2. Martina Martina says:

    Sins of my youth I read this book when I was 12 with red ears well still a pretty good trash read

  3. Sydney Young Sydney Young says:

    With the first two books I learned about being a strong woman despite hardship and being true to yourself This book opened up a whole new Arabian world and made me go on used book searches for the next book

  4. Toni Toni says:

    Just like the three before it this fourth book in the Angeliue series was magnificent It had every element of brilliant writing and I found myself utterly caught up This book was absolutely unbelievable I loved it This is well beyond 5 stars

  5. a hooded figure from your friendly neighbourhood dog park a hooded figure from your friendly neighbourhood dog park says:

    Barely ok borderline why am I doing this to myself?Back when I was a teenager it never would've even occurred to me to read this series; now I've decided to 'marathon' it for the historical interest and to see how long I'd last Well this one is where I throw the white flag for the momentThe first book instantly alarmed me with its persistent mentions of sexuality and sexual violence; it did not seem like a 'light' read to me at all Or at least a relaxing one Then I pressed on and Angeliue managed to charm me all over again plus there was surprisingly atmosphere and history than I expected for a proto 'bodice ripper' It's not that the series is shallow or poorly written save for some eyebrow raising turns of phrase but could also be the translation's faults it's that it's seriously weighed down by all the toxic romance and views about men andvs womenThe Parisian underworld was grotesue but it was husband #2 Philippe who completely disgusted me Like I eyeroll at de Peyrac whenever he speaks of love but Philippe I wanted to shoot dead personally Then the books continued their slow but sure slide towards the horrific rape in book 5 absolutely 100 % skipping that one In this instalment the sheer objective horror of captivity and slavery well described in non fiction like The Ordeal of Elizabeth Marsh or Andrian Tinniswood's book about Barbary corsairs is made even scarier by the romance cliches and fetishism No amount of personal bravery could counter the icky feeling of needing brain bleach andor a long shower Plus both of my favourites after Angeliue Savary and the Grand Eunich die awful and pointless deathsOH and the whole Angeliue repeatedly not recognising Rescator? Pure black comedy tbh

  6. LJ LJ says:

    Angeliue in BarbarySergeanne Golon 3rd in seriesThis book tells how beautiful emerald eyed Angeliue sets out in search of her first husband Joffrey de Peyrac Although Angeliue has lived many lives in the years since Joffrey was sentenced to death she could never forget him and remembered as the gentlest and wisest of her lovers When the King reveals that Joffrey was spared execution and later outwitted his guards she knows that no matter how inaccessible his hiding place she will make every sacrifice to find him In the face of the King's jealous opposition Angeliue embarks on a voyage of discovery The clues lead her from Marseilles to Candia the blood soaked centre of the slave trade to Malta Algiers and the fabled harems of Morocco Shipwrecked sold to Rescator masked prince of the pirates given to the Grand Eunuch of the Sultan Mulai Ismail cruellest and most fanatical of the sons of Mohammed Angeliue is sustained only by her great love Another magical entry to this series I still have all my original paperback copies That has to tell you something

  7. Tracey Tracey says:

    Book CoverFrance's daughter of joy seeks lusty new adventures as a Sultan's pampered slaveAngeliue one of the most irresistible heroines in the history of fiction Saucy emerald eyed slave of passion Angeliue's stormy adventurer have taken her from the gutters of Paris to the harems of Africa to the silken prison of a kingAngeliue begins a perilous search for her lost love in the lawless savage world of the Mediterranean where her beauty is plunder for pirates treasure for the slave traders a helpless plaything for the lust crazed SultanI haven't read this book in over 30 years or I would give you a review but I will say that I have carried it from one country to the next its been one of my most favorite books and I have it next to my bed to read again soon

  8. Christine Christine says:

    I read the complete series of 13 books theoretically it would be 14 in English but vol 1 2 are one volume in Germany plus the last 3 books have not been translated into English twice but this volume is the one that I did enjoy the least I am simply not interested in sultans serails and harems at all I prefer France or uebec as a locationSo this time while rereading the whole series I will skip this volumeThe first 9 books were great but the last ones from vol 10 on seem to be differentas if they have been written by somebody else not by Anne Golon I hope that the l'integrale version of Angeliue will finally correct and change this

  9. Terry Terry says:

    I read this series of Angeliue books when I was 16 17 years old I thought it was cool that they were translated from French I liked the exotic settings geographically and historically and I liked the idea that she could get out of any situation and the passionate parts were just icing on the cake At that time I had no idea what a bodice ripper novel was and probably wouldn't pick it up today I rated as I would have when I read them

  10. Alucard Alucard says:

    Love the cover Generally speaking not a big fan of the whole series as in this series Angeliue the heroine always escapes her fate just in the nick of time and I find that all droll and boring But the cover art is to die for I'd have done it with Angeliue in a silk harem outfit about to fall off her with a perfect shot of the Sultan behind her

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Indomptable Angéliue [KINDLE] ❃ Indomptable Angéliue By Anne Golon – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Opnieuw slaat het noodlot toe en Angéliue wordt ontvoerd door een piraat die haar het bed in probeert te praten Angéliue wijst hem echter af waarna de piraat haar als slaaf probeert te verkopen Ze w Opnieuw slaat het noodlot toe en Angéliue wordt ontvoerd door een piraat die haar het bed in probeert te praten Angéliue wijst hem echter af waarna de piraat haar als slaaf probeert te verkopen Ze wordt gekocht door de sultan die haar toevoegt aan zijn harem waar ze al snel uitgroeit tot zijn ‘favoriet ’waardoor ze zich de woede van een rivale op de hals haalt Ondertussen is Joffrey de Peyrac onvermoeibaar op zoek naar zijn geliefde Zullen elkaar ooit nog vinden.