Book Reviews of Tamarisk

Author: Claire Lorrimer
ISBN-13: 9780553120295
ISBN-10: 0553120298
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 468
  • Currently 2.6/5 Stars.

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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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In beauty, she was Maureen's daughter. In love, she was passion's child...

Beautiful, capricious Tamarisk grew to a womanhood during England's most exciting time, the fabulous era of scandalous, irrestible Lord Byron ... of fine ladies tarrying in elegant salons ... of highwayment and gypsy caravans and dazzling masquerade balls. Her mother was the exquisite Maureen. Her father, a consummate French aristocrat. The Princess Charlotte was her best friend. Byron himself was attracted to her! Could any woman desire more? Tamarisk could--and did. She would travel half a continent in pursuit of the one man she wanted. and she would experience all the joy and pain of an unrequited love before achieving the triumphant consummation of her desire...