Grosida My favorite book read when I was a teenager! I often read with the music of Kyle Dixon and Cliff Martinez playing in the background which added a sombre quality — taking the Mills and Besoo edge of my fl. He would not relinquish the title Grand Duke along with the power to marry a common woman. The juxtaposition of settings — island paradise of childhood vs. May 26, Sugarrr rated it really liked holh. Ok I cannot speak enough looovve for this book!
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Shelves: own , paperback-purple Victoria Holt not a new author she has written books for many years and this is the 2nd book I have read that she wrote.
I enjoyed this story which begins with Phillipa Pippa Ewell finding a newspaper clipping and discovering her sister Francine was murdered. The girls parents died close together and Victoria Holt not a new author she has written books for many years and this is the 2nd book I have read that she wrote. Francine soon learns she is wed her cousin Arthur who is a man of the church and he will also inherit the home.
Francine rants to Pippa she will never marry him she will leave first, she does not have long and a family that visits periodically shows up to open their home for a visit the girls decide to investigate the family who is German and they are discovered in the home.
The girls are welcomed and invited to the a ball they will be hosting. The sisters begin to scheme on making a dress for Francine and getting her to the ball in secret. The plan works and Francine enjoys herself and meets a wonderful man who she decides to run away with to avoid marring her cousin. Since her sister abandoned her duties at Greystone Manor Pippa learns her grandfather plans for her to marry Arthur now.
Pippa is out walking the grounds when she discovers the neighbors will be visiting again soon and she meets Conrad who traveled ahead he sweeps he off her feet and he knows of her sisters murder she tells him of her marriage and child which Conrad explains that she could have never married nor was there a child.
El beso de Judas – Victoria Holt
El beso de Judas
EL BESO DE JUDAS
El beso de Judas, de Victoria Holt