And Gold Was Ours

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Severn House, Mar 1, 1994 - Fiction - 512 pages
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Aurora, a young Spanish aristocrat, flees her nineteenth-century homeland to Peru, where she and another patrician Spanish emigre+a7 struggle over the ownership of a three-hundred-year-old castle reputed to enclose the treasure of El Dorado. Reprint.

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Review: And Gold Was Ours (Aguilar's Fate #2)

User Review  - Mary Ritchie - Goodreads

I did not want to put it was amazing and the ending was brilliant...if only I didn't have too many books or this would go in my collection. Maybe i'll get it on ereader... Read full review

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Wonderful did not want to put the book down. Read full review

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Brandewyne is a founder and member of Novelists, Inc., a charter member of Romance Writers of America, and a member of Mensa.

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