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For Love Or Honor Bound

by Derek Hart
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date: 2005-01
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 432 pages
ISBN 13: 0595342671
ISBN 10: 9780595342679
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Synopsis : For Love Or Honor Bound written by Derek Hart, published by iUniverse which was released on 2005-01. Download For Love Or Honor Bound Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Critical AcclaimiFor Love or Honor Bound 413 the romance of this novel may bear a stronger resemblance to Sir Walter Scott's than to the type most commonly credited to the genre, I found it entirely enjoyable, and nearly impossible to ... -- One hundred and thirty-seven years ago, the Countess Isabelle Sophia Bario, diplomatic representative of Emperor Dom Pedro II of Brazil, sailed to war-ravaged America, to negotiate with President Lincoln to allow Brazil to trade with the Confederate States of America. In fact, she was a Rebel spy and instead of treaties, Sophia was after Union secrets. What she found instead was intrigue and murder. Fleeing for her life, Sophia was rescued by Captain Robert Norton, a Confederate cavalry officer. Thus began a torrid love affair with strategic implications.

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