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Country of the Falcon

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She was no longer a schoolgirl. These past few weeks had made her a woman. But what point was there in remaining at Paradiablo? Declan despised her for revealing her immature feelings so openly; Clare no doubt found the whole affair unutterably amusing; while her father... .

What would her father say if she told him she was in love with a man whose home was in the foothills...more
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Presents, #144
Published June 1976 by Harlequin (first published January 1975)
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An exotic and treacherous locale. An innocent teenage girl coming into womanhood. An older, handsome man of mystery. Sounds all too familiar and yet entirely enticing. What can I say, the formula works best with the right ingredients.
Decent novel. I expected something more exciting as I like reading about far off places but I found it kind of slow and boring at times.
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