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The Naked Battle

by Barbara Cartland

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The victories of General Simon Bolivar. Lucinda is an English woman whom along with her father and sister journies to South America where a Revolution is occuring. When they are there large celebrations are being held for General Bolivar as he is defeating the Spanish rule. Lucinda one day goes to the back of her house to the garden and there finds the wounded Spaniard Don Carlos. She and her servant nurse him back to health. She falls in love with him but can't understand how he can support the Spaniards. After he is gone she finds out he is a spy for the Patriots. She finds out about a trap set to kill him. She rushes to his rescue but does she get there in time? ( )
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Lucilla now knew that her life had been empty before she came to Ecuador.

At home in England, she was little more than a maid for her beautiful, temperamental older sister. But here in Ecuador, life was one glorious adventure after another -- beginning with her rescue of a handsome Spanish officer, Don Carlos.

Now the fate of Simon Bolivar's entire rebel army was in Lucilla's hands -- as well as the life of the man she loved.
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