Fleur De Lis


4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jul 1st, 1984 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Shock and panic overwhelmed her. Her beloved France had been seized by Revolution, and she, with no memory left of her past, was being taken to America, captive of the ship's captain!

Liselle Brognier was told she owed her life to Captain Trenton Sinclair, but his outrageous claim that she was his wife bewildered her. Her only thought was escape.

Yet even before the ship arrived in South Carolina, Liselle’s anxiety over her identity had given way to dreams of Trenton Sinclair. For in the arms of her handsome, sun-bronzed captain she trembled not with fear, but with desire. And in the enchanted loveliness of his southern plantation, she abandoned herself to the fervor of his kisses, and to the exquisite fantasies that could only be answered in the timeless passion of their love.

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