The Eagle and the Rose
A smoldering tale of a British beauty and a Spanish sea captain by the author of The Falcon and the Swan. Widowed after an arranged marriage--and stranded in the faraway Spanish colony of St. Augustine--lovely Marina Marston meets darkly handsome Rafael Aguilera y Perez--"The Eagle of the Sea"--and quickly forgets her homesickness for her native England.
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