SHE HAD LOVED HIM SINCE CHILDHOOD.
When Analisa Durant was informed by her dying father that he had promised her in marriage to Rafael Santiago--the son of his old friend, the Spanish Don Jose--she could not gainsay him. She remembered all too well the dashing young man she had hopelessly loved when she was a child of ten.
But now Analisa was a woman who had to ask herself if she could remain the wife of a man who recklessly denied her strongest feelings. Would he ever love her enough to listen to the heart that he so firmly claimed as his own?