Rosie Powell had been jilted by the only lover she had ever known. Now, visiting her brother Danny in Spain, the honey-haired painter from the Midwest found her heart at risk again.
Juan de Arevalo, the world-famous flamenco guitarist and proud aristocrat, wanted her.
Yet Juan's affair with an actress was notorious. And wasn't he even flirting with Danny's wife? Rosie refused to become another of Juan's "playthings:' But in the Cordoba of gold-hued days and soft, jasmine-scented nights, Juan's irresistible songs of love filled Rosie with her own passionate--and dangerous--music.