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Becoming Lisette
by Rebecca Glenn




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Independent and beautiful, lisabeth Vig e, affectionately called Lisette by friends and family, has progressed in the art of oil painting faster than anyone could have anticipated. Having received instruction from her beloved father, Louis Vig e, a prominent Parisian guild painter, Lisette possesses all the qualities of a brilliant young painter, but is saddled with a singular disadvantage - being a woman. Undeterred, Lisette believes that she can become a painter in Paris. Approaching a marriageable age, her parents have other plans for Lisette, ones that don't include painting. Lisette finds support in a dashing art collector and French Army officer named Amante, who is clearly intrigued by her talent and beauty. After Lisette's father dies unexpectedly, her family is left in dire financial straits. Lisette wants to support her family, but before she can sell a single painting, her mother marries a wealthy merchant jeweler named Le S vre. Le S vre discovers Lisette's artistic abilities and soon has her painting portraits of his noble and wealthy jewelry clientele. It quickly becomes clear that Le S vre only wants to control Lisette, leading to severe consequences for her budding career, Amante's pursuit of her affections and even her safety. Lisette realizes that she must find her own way - before it is too late. Becoming Lisette is Book One of the Queen's Painter Series.

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Independent and beautiful, lisabeth Vig e, affectionately called Lisette by friends and family, has progressed in the art of oil painting faster than anyone could have anticipated. Having received instruction from her beloved father, Louis Vig e, a prominent Parisian guild painter, Lisette possesses all the qualities of a brilliant young painter, but is saddled with a singular disadvantage - being a woman. Undeterred, Lisette believes that she can become a painter in Paris. Approaching a marriageable age, her parents have other plans for Lisette, ones that don't include painting. Lisette finds support in a dashing art collector and French Army officer named Amante, who is clearly intrigued by her talent and beauty. After Lisette's father dies unexpectedly, her family is left in dire financial straits. Lisette wants to support her family, but before she can sell a single painting, her mother marries a wealthy merchant jeweler named Le S vre. Le S vre discovers Lisette's artistic abilities and soon has her painting portraits of his noble and wealthy jewelry clientele. It quickly becomes clear that Le S vre only wants to control Lisette, leading to severe consequences for her budding career, Amante's pursuit of her affections and even her safety. Lisette realizes that she must find her own way - before it is too late. Becoming Lisette is Book One of the Queen's Painter Series.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781941081204
  • ISBN-10: 1941081207
  • Publisher: Zinerva Publishing, LLC
  • Publish Date: April 2015
  • Page Count: 334
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.24 x 0.75 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.84 pounds

Series: The Queen's Painter #1

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