Destiny's Daughter Board book – Nov 1987
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For a convent-bred beauty, a riverboat rogue was willing to gamble his heart! SYNOPSIS: IN THE ANTE-BELLUM SOUTH, NEW ORLEANS WAS A CITY OF SCANDAL, DANGER . . . AND LOVE From her convent home, Annalisa Montgomery sailed downriver to her wealthy mother, a mysterious woman she had never known. En voyage, a handsome gambler flashed his heart-stopping smile, and with a single touch he filled her with unsettling desire. Chase Masters vowed to pursue this exquisite creature with all his dashing charm. But in New Orleans Annalisa fled, only to discover that her mother's sudden demise had left her a shocking legacy . . . the most gracious house of pleasure in the South's most wicked city! Swept into a maze of corruption and intrigue, Annalisa was saved by the sudden appearance of Chase, ever ready to protect her. With his masterful sensuality he aroused in her a woman's needs, until at last she lost herself in his impassioned arms. But Chase harboured a dangerous secret that could surely shatter their love. One a final mission for his country, he would spin fortune's wheel for their future and for his life!
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It was a warm autumn day, so I took my book and my wheelchair and went out to the courtyard to sit in the sun and read. I was so wrapped up in the incredible storyline, that I didn't hear my friends and neighbors chatting. Eventually two of them came over and touched my arm to get my attention. I startled and looked up at them through red, tearful eyes. They were asking what they could do to help me, but I just continued to sniffle, told them I was fine and then wheeled myself back into my apartment. I closed my door and busted out laughing! I had just left all those people outside worrying about me...not knowing that I was sobbing over characters in a book! And no, I wasn't going to admit it!
Not my usual genre, but I loved this book!