Catherine remembered a song about journeys ending in lovers' meeting, but a lover was the last thing she expected to meet in Seville. Had she not been named for St. Catherine, who was the patroness of single women and seamstress? And yet, in her heart, did she not believe that the mysterious serenade on her first night at the Casa Aguila had really been played for her-'Cor' sin amor'- 'heart without love? She was to find out.
Used availability for Elizabeth Ashton's Flutter of White Wings
July 1972 : UK Hardback
January 1972 : UK Paperback