Love and Honor by Patricia Hagan
(The Coltrane Saga)

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From the glory of Spanish haciendas to the thrilling excitement of New York and the shadowy streets of Morocco, true love knows no bounds.

Beautiful Kit Coltrane has a fiery spirit to match her flame-red hair. No matter that her father is the U.S. Ambassador to Spain, Kit has no interest in all the fancy balls and dinner parties that go with his position.

It is at an embassy ball that wealthy rancher Kurt Tanner is smitten by the feisty beauty. A handsome, debonair man of the world, Kurt is used to being able to have his way with any woman he chooses, and Kit’s aloofness only makes him all the more determined to possess her.

When the stubborn Kit is kidnapped and taken to Tangiers to be sold into white slavery, it is up to Kurt to try and save her and prove to her once and for all that she is the perfect woman—and spitfire—for him.

This Retro Romance Reprint was originally published in September 1989 by Avon Books.


About Patricia Hagan

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Hagan has a background in English and Journalism from the University of Alabama. She has won awards for radio, television, newspaper and magazine writing. She divides her time between Boca Raton, Florida and Bergen, Norway.
Published June 19, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 336 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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