Serious events force me to leave France," announces his wife Gys de Wriss, Prince of Ampolis, shortly after his marriage. Gys never returned to the home. He ignores the birth of his daughter Gyssie, the death of his wife. The result of this long separation: a destroyed household, a grave, a cradle. Gyssie, at the age of eighteen, helped in her efforts to find her father by Alex Le Gurum, discovered him in Holland. To the reproaches of her daughter who accuses her of having fled her responsibilities, Gys de Wriss answers: "What are you here to talk to me about fatherly love? At your age, what weight can it carry for you who will be pushed towards another being for a new life? I made you a prince's daughter. Isn't that enough? Do you want money?" Under outrage, Gyssie throws her mother's notebook of confidences in the face of the one who denies her. "Here! Read this. You may understand.... " Gyssie still has Alex's love left. But is that love sincere?
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Max Du Veuzit (Author)
Max the Veuzit is the pen name of Alphonsine Zéphirine Vavasseur, born in Petit-Quevilly 29 October 1876 and died in Bois-Colombes 15 April 1952. It is a French language writer, author of numerous romance novels with great success.