The Prisoner of Love The Earl looked at her searchingly and then he said I want a wife to belong to me completely To be mine exclusively for all time He paused before he said very quietly And I think Sorilda I have foun

  • Title: The Prisoner of Love
  • Author: Barbara Cartland
  • ISBN: 9780553127928
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Earl looked at her searchingly and then he said I want a wife to belong to me completely To be mine exclusively for all time He paused before he said very quietly And I think, Sorilda, I have found her Then, as in some miraculous dream, he bent forward and gently sought her lips It was a tender kiss, almost as a man might touch a flower I love you she wanThe Earl looked at her searchingly and then he said I want a wife to belong to me completely To be mine exclusively for all time He paused before he said very quietly And I think, Sorilda, I have found her Then, as in some miraculous dream, he bent forward and gently sought her lips It was a tender kiss, almost as a man might touch a flower I love you she wanted to cry Again the Earl looked at her searchingly Peter said you were the Sleeping Beauty, he said and his voice was deep I can promise you, my darling, that I am the man who is going to awaken you As he spoke his lips found hers But now he kissed her fiercely, passionately, with new urgency Suddenly, a little flame of fire awoke within her It flickered and burned its way through her body, up from her breasts and into her throat Teach me, she whispered Teach me how to love you.

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    1. Barbara Cartland

      Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland was a English writer, during her long career, she wrote over 700 books, making her one of the most prolific authors of the 20th century She sold over 1,000 million copies throughout the world, earning her a place in the Guinness Book of Records The world s most famous romantic novelist, she also wrote autobiographies, biographies, health and cookery books, and stage plays and recorded an album of love songs She was often billed as the Queen of Romance, and became one of the United Kingdom s most popular media personalities, appearing often at public events and on television, dressed in her trademark pink and discoursing on love, health and social issues.She started her writing career as a gossip columnist for the Daily Express She published her first novel, Jigsaw, a society thriller, in 1923 It was a bestseller She went on to write myriad novels and earn legions of fans, she also wrote under her married name Barbara McCorquodale Some of her books were made into films Ever the romantic, during WWII, she served as the Chief Lady Welfare Officer in Bedfordshire She gathered as many wedding dresses as she could so that service brides would have a white gown to wear on their wedding day She also campaigns for the rights of Gypsies, midwives and nurses.Barbara Cartland McCorquodale passed away on 21 May 2000, with 160 still unpublished manuscripts, that are being published posthumously.

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