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Her ex-husband's letter was a passport to Faraway, the cattle station where Shan had been so idyllically happy. But now the marriage was broken, and Shan's only hope of salvaging her film-making career lay in King Falconer's inexplicable generosity in allowing her to use his home - their home - as the location for her latest film. She wanted to believe that the offer was genuine, that King had forgiven her for leaving him as she had... So Shan returned to Faraway, to find that, far from forgiving her, King hadn't invited her after all - and he had no intention of allowing her to make a film there. - back cover

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Alternative title: O Renascer do Desejo
Language: Portuguese
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