Rhiannon Gregory Other books by Rhiannon Gregory
When France falls into the hands of the Germans during the Second World War Maï ar Manac'h and her maid, Henriette, are imprisoned in the Porte de l'Angoisse camp in Brittany - a prison camp from which no-one was freed.
One of Adolf Hitler's men, the General Kurt von Heyden, questions Maï about her life and this is when the story of her colourful past is told. Maï left her ordinary home in rural Brittany and travelled to Paris. She made a name for herself in an unforgettable party at the Moulin Rouge, and later became courtesan to Prince Antoine.
But Maï's journey towards a life of wealth and honour was not an easy one and there are several twists and turns in this complex woman's story.
An exciting novel based on the story of a woman who was greatly admired by some and hated by others.