In 1913, Margarita Estrada truly believes the people's revolution is in the right, even though she's the privileged daughter of landed Mexican aristocracy. She formed her beliefs while attending college in the United States, where she'd learned about the socialist revolutionary theories surging to popularity in her homeland. But after meeting the sexy and dashing bandit general Carlos MontaÃa, who'steals a passionate kiss from her along with her heart, Margarita has even more reason to espouse the revolutionary cause. When Carlos crashes her family's Twelfth Night fiesta, her life erupts in totally unexpected ways, bringing her innocence to a sudden end. Can Margarita protect her family from the brutality sweeping through Mexico and also live her fantasy as a revolutionary's mistress? And if all is fair in love and war, can she discover the rules of this fluid, dangerous game while also struggling with her conflicting loyalties?
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Amber Quill Press, LLC
September 19, 2010
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