She agrees to support Giana's wedding if Giana agrees first to spend an unusual three months in Rome with her Uncle Daniele. Thus, Giana first sees Alex Saxton not in a society drawing room but in a brothel. The next time she sees him, she is one of the virgins to be sold to the highest bidder at the infamous Roman Flower Auction. He wins the bid and her, but not for long.
Four years later, when Alex meets Giana again in London, she has become a woman intent on success in a man's world. Alexis set on revenge - he will have her and nothing will stop him. Would you make Giana's bargain with Daniele?
Would you keep the bargain? Agree to be part of the Roman Flower Auction? Let me know-. Evening Star originally titled Sweet Surrender became, appropriately, the first book of the Star series because Alex Saxton is Delaney Saxton's brother.
Alphonse Mucha "The Moon and the Stars Series: The Evening Star" Art Print
In Midnight Star you continue with Delaney Saxton. The author's second novel. Near Fine book with some slight separation between backstrip and top textblock and a tiny spot of More info about The Seersucker Whipsaw. Bound in blue-green cloth with red lettering on the spine, brown endpapers and pastedowns.
Evening Star Lighting, Inc. | Archello
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, More info about The Shipping News. New York: Charles L.
Bound in olive-green cloth. BAL An attractive copy.
Tiny tear to last three leaves, hints of wear to edges of boards, else Very near Fine. More info about The American Claimant. London: Unknown, Limited Edition.
Green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine. Limited edition, numbered 5 of one hundred copies produced. Privately published and published in a small number due to the nature of the treatise.
Preceded by ten First American edition. Lacks copyright and title page.
Alphonse Mucha - Evening Star/Morning Star
Yellow boards with brown lettering on spine and lion in brown on front board. Dark blue topstain, rough cut fore-edge. Presumed 1st american edition More info about They Were Still Dancing. New York: Random House, Near Fine in a jacket with traces of rubbing, a few closed tears and tiny chips, and some darkening to rear panel.