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Author:
Rebecca Brandewyne
ISBN13:
978-0727845542
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0727845543
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Severn House Publishers (March 1, 1994)
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Genre Fiction
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And Gold Was Ours book. I also enjoy how the heroines in Rebecca Brandewyne's stories start out as delicate, meek women but with the help, love, and encouragement of the men who cherish them, they discover their own inner well of strength and transform into strong, passionate and capable women.

Rebecca Brandewyne (Author). Book 2 of 2 in the Aguilar's Fate Series. The story begins in 1548 with a legend of gold in El Dorado in the jungle of Peru where a young Spanish nobleman, who has lost all but his title, seeks gold-and finds it-to win his lady love whose father won't let her wed a poor man. But when he returns to claim her, he learns she has died. Separated in one life, they will seek each other in another, 300 years later.

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by Rebecca Brandewyne. The acclaimed sequel to "Love, Cherish Me, " this novel finds a young beauty awaiting her true love on a plantation haunted by a story of lost love and hidden gold. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780446306140. Release Date:December 1984.

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Years ago, their friendship had been private-known only to themselves. Intense, passionate, dangerously good-looking Renzo Cassavettes wouldn’t have fit in Sarah Kincaid’s world. But one sultry summer afternoon, while the honeysuckle bloomed, Sarah had allowed the illegitimate boy from the wrong side of the tracks to make love to her, never dreaming that within hours Renzo would be accused of murder, fleeing from their hometown, leaving her pregnant with his child.

Aurora, a young Spanish aristocrat, flees her nineteenth-century homeland to Peru, where she and another patrician Spanish emigre+a7 struggle over the ownership of a three-hundred-year-old castle reputed to enclose the treasure of El Dorado. Reprint.
  • The story begins in 1548 with a legend of gold in El Dorado in the jungle of Peru where a young Spanish nobleman, who has lost all but his title, seeks gold--and finds it--to win his lady love whose father won't let her wed a poor man. But when he returns to claim her, he learns she has died. Separated in one life, they will seek each other in another, 300 years later.

    In 1848 in Madrid, one man's cruelty and greed lead to his death and an oath of revenge. Amidst such treachery, young Aurora is growing up a blue-eyed Castilian beauty who has visions in which a young man rides to her on a white Arabian horse. Though he wears the clothes of another time, he is real enough to win her love. Meanwhile, Salvador, the charismatic son of a deceased nobleman, returns home and kills his stepfather when he catches the man in the act of brutalizing Salvador's mother. Knowing his stepfather's son, Don Juan, has influence with Queen Isabella and will seek revenge using the power of the throne, Salvador flees to the New World--to Texas--where he has relatives. Oh, yes, he takes his white Arabian horse... On the way there, he meets a young newlywed couple fleeing some evil from Spain and going to Peru. The husband of the young couple is actually Aurora's older brother. (Are you still with me?) Then everyone ends up in Peru.

    It's a complex tale (some might say convoluted) involving a richly woven tapestry of people and exotic places. I have to say at times it was a bit slow, particularly the scenes in Peru. If occasional lines of Spanish and long Spanish names don't bother you (there is a "List of Players" in the beginning), and you like a story with many threads, including some appearances by a ghost from the past, you may just like this one. It seems to have a bit of everything...a trip down the Amazon river, natural disasters, a fire ant attack, curses and legends, etc. There's even a glimpse of El Lobo (the wolf) and his love (the hero and heroine from Love, Cherish Me--a wonderful romance).

    While certainly entertaining, I don't think it's among Brandewyne's best. For that I recommend Rose of Rapture and Love, Cherish Me

  • Read this book 20 yrs ago and it was just as intense & story just sucked you in.

  • The story is o.k., but the service was excellent. The characters are not very developed and you don't understand why they do what they do.

  • "I stood here, she thought, in another time. Here I swore to my beloved that I would wait for him-if it took a hundred lifetimes...Oh, my love, my love, I am still waiting..."

    This is one of those books that can't be summarized without recapping the entire thing, and I don't do book reports. The story is centered around two families, La Casa de Montalban and La Casa de Zaragosa. Individual character names are impossibly long (there's a cast list at the start), so I'm taking the lazy way out and shortening them here. Don Salvador of the Montalban family kills his evil step-father in a duel, and thus incurs the wrath of his younger half-brother Don Juan. Don Juan is a favorite of the queen and would convince her to have Salvador arrested for murder, so the decision is made for him to leave Spain and join a distant cousin in Texas. The evil Don Juan has also been lusting after a young woman who is in love with Basilio of the de Zaragosa family. They elope, thus incurring Don Juan's wrath and they also flee the country, ending up on the same boat as Salvador. Basilio and his bride end up in Peru, where they purchase a plantation in the Amazon basin - a plantation with a haunted past, a legend of a lost hidden fortune in gold, and a pair of star-crossed lovers who are destined to find each other again as Salvador and Basilio's younger sister Aurora.

    Confused? Don't worry, just kick in, start reading and go with the flow and enjoy the wild and bumpy ride. There is plenty of action from the get-go and it rarely lets up. The story begins in Spain and includes plenty of high-drama at the Spanish court with an evil Nun lusting after Aurora which sends her off to take shelter with her brother in Peru, although things are quite what she expected when she gets there. You'll find plenty of evil baddies, death by snake, army ants (seriously, I'm not kidding), and more. Brandewyne has written Love, Cherish Me that have characters who make cameo appearances in this story, but whether it should be read first or second is up in the air until one of us here at GR reads both. One caveat, the majority of the characters are Spanish, and the book is heavily peppered with it and not always translated. YMMV, but this might be a deal breaker for some readers.

    Jolly good fun, and fans of old skool BRs should be happy campers.

  • At first, reading this novel was fun, like watching adventure serials. There were sword fights, wild escapes, corny villains -- it was fun.
    Then, an evil, homicidal nun tried to rape the heroine. Hmmm. For some reason, the book lost me when that happened. Other violent acts added to the "Ick Factor" quotient.
    Also, the hero and heroine don't meet until about two-thirds of the way through the story. And Salvador, who has been true hero material throughout the book, suddenly becomes a jealous, distrustful misogynist. Was it something in the water?

  • I read this book in highschool, and i have to say i fell in love with it. It wasnt like most boring romances where everyone stays in the same place and there are only arguments. This one had just the right amount of action, romance, and mystery. I recommended it to my cousin and she fell in love with it too. If you are easily bothered by cruel people i wouldnt suggest it, as the half brother is a complete jerk, but other than that its simply amazing. I wish i could someday write as well as Rebecca.

  • I enjoyed reading this story but not as much as Forever My Love. I disliked having one spanish word in a paragraph and I am bilingual. I just thought it was distracting. I really like this author but this one just didn't quite live up to what I expected.

  • i read this book years ago but i still remember how splendid this story was, she is a wonderful writer.