Promise Me Your Love Even her glorious beauty could not save nineteen-year-old Dominique from the maddened mob outside the Tuileries Palace. As lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette, Dominique had lived a luxurious life in the French court, one that disappeared when France fell to the cruel revolutionary Robespierre. Now Dominique was in prison with the royal family – and, in spite of the terrible danger to her life, determined to stand by the king and queen.
Then suddenly the love of her childhood days - handsome Paul Delamare – offered her escape. To her he had become a traitor; to him she was still a foolish child; and yet it would take only a touch to set their passions afire. They were destined to become lovers swept up in the irresistible tides of history . . . separated by loyalties, bound by ecstasy . . . and rushing toward days of heartbreaking tragedy or a time when nothing could stop their love.