The Rogue and the Lily
The searing story of an imprisoned French aristocrat who agrees to marry a Louisiana plantation owner in exchange for her freedom--and becomes enslaved by her wild, wanton love for him. Diane Gates Robinson is the author of The Eagle and the Rose and The Falcon and the Swan.
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