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It's 1803 and Napoleon is set to conquer all of Europe.In Lisbon, Clara wants Gabriel, and Gabriel wants Clara. Their parents don't like any of it. But when their world is torn apart, they find the freedom to love each other. Or do they?Clara Moreira Tavares is so beautiful that her mother has the highest ambitions for her future. So when the handsome Gabriel Almada de Castro falls in love with her, he is thought not good enough. After all, he is only the second son of the high and mighty Marquis of Vargas, and won't inherit the title. The Marquis, on the other hand, promptly disinherits his son for loving beneath him..Four years later Napoleon is about to invade Portugal, and the Prince Regent decides to flee with his court to the biggest of his colonies, Brazil. Clara and her family go with him to an entirely new life in an unknown country, and in Rio de Janeiro she meets Gabriel again, to find that she can accept his proposal this time: he has managed to amass a fortune of his own.They embark toward his vast estate in the interior, but a letter sent from Lisbon awakens a dormant suspicion in Gabriel, and an abyss will open between husband and wife.If you like wild, tempestuous passion, exotic settings and want to learn about an unusual but fascinating historical background, you will love The Abyss . Find out what happens when two proud, strong-headed characters misunderstand and yet love each other in the heart of an untamed land.Note: a few sex scenes, though not graphic

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001112584622
    • ISBN:  9781386828990

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