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She is a gorgeous, wealthy Texan who suffers a tragic loss of her child. Her name is America Harvey. She buries her grief by hard work, becoming a jet pilot, building a courrier service airline. Then, attending her best friend's wedding in Spain she meets the most glamorous man in the world. He is Alfonso, the Duke of Tarifa, a major Spanish banker with a wife and eight ...more
Paperback, 374 pages
Published September 6th 2012 by Marbella House (first published April 17th 2012)
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Scott Skipper
May 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
A beautiful Texas oil heiress, a Spanish Duke, an inconvenient relationship, the emotional damage of the Civil War; Invisible Scars weaves a spellbinding web of binds and double binds, loss, redemption, fabulous wealth and anarchy. America Harvey makes a big mistake by marrying her childhood sweetheart, the result of which is the loss of her only child. She flees with her despair all the way to the south of Spain where she and el Duque del Castillo de Tarifa fall irreconcilably in love despite ...more
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