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San Antonio Rose(1999)
A novel by Constance O'Banyon
"Sometimes a woman can be far more effective than a gun."It was an outrageous statement, but Sam Houston realized the truth of it. He also understood that he needed all the help he could get if his small, ragtag army was to defeat Santa Anna's seasoned fighting men. But who was the mysterious San Antonio Rose, who emerged from the mist like a ghostly figure to offer her aid?Favored by the ladies and fluent in Spanish, Ian McCain was the one man who could ferret out the truth about the flamboyant dancer. Working under Santa Anna's very nose, he observed how the dark-haired beauty inflamed her audience, how she captivated El Presidente himself. But as she disappeared with a single yellow rose, he knew that despite the tangled web of loyalties that ensnared them, he would taste those tempting lips, know every secret of that alluring body. And before she proved just how effective she could be, he would pluck for himself the San Antonio Rose.
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