The imposing Don Ramón de Biver y Aldenez had been an important figure in Venetia's young life. While her sister Carolyn saw him as the Spanish Grandee of her dreams, to Venetia he had been a valued friend. But now, years later, everything was changed. Although soon after she met him again Venetia realised that her feelings had developed into love, Ramén clearly had no thoughts about her at all - what chance did she have in competition with her glamorous, ruthless sister? And anyway, weren't Ramón's thoughts first and foremost with his tragic young fiancee Isabel?
Used availability for Katrina Britt's The Spanish Grandee
December 1975 : UK Hardback
February 1976 : UK Paperback