Where the Wind is Wild
  • Published:
    Oct-1979
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    Print
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    565
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THE REVOLUTION AWAKENED HER LUST FOR POWER...
Felicia de Salvatierra y de Leon, aristocratic widow of a famed Chilean patriot, betrayed her husband and his cause of vengeance. Never again would any man control her destiny! Love was a luxury she couldn't afford, couldn't trust ... until she met the man she couldn't conquer: Captain Charles Winfield, who sailed halfway across the world to do battle in a revolution that wasn't even his.

THE FOREIGNER STIRRED HER PASSION FOR CONQUEST.
From savagery on the high seas to love and deception in the drawing rooms of Chile's elegant elite, Where the Wind is Wild sweeps through the Spanish colonies of the New World into the lives of an imperious beauty and a freedom-fighting foreigner who conquered their enemies but could not tame the warring passions within their own souls!
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