Beautiful, independent Teresa had made her way in the world with little help from anyone -- especially men. She had returned from a lonely life in London to her aunt's estate in southern Portugal to take care of peasant children, to keep stray cats, to paint. Into this paradise of mountains, sea and sand came Henry Eliot, a brilliant English architect. For Teresa and. Henry it was hate at first sight. She thought him weak; he thought her haughty. How this aversion was transformed into lasting affection is the basis for a love story that is spirited, tender and truly engaging.
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