MacLean's Woman

The forceful Adam Maclean represented everything Lucy had come to Brazil to fight - so called 'progress', encroaching on and destroying everything in its path, in particular the Indians' simple civilisation - and she hated him and all he was doing. But what would happen if her hate should turn to desire and, worse, love - as she suspected it so easily could? For Adam Maclean wasn't interested in anyone like Lucy. He wanted a woman, not an inexperienced little nobody. A woman - like the beautiiful widow Camilla Mendoza.....
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