I’ve been looking for this book on and off for the past years – the problem
is compounded by the fact that I first (and second, and third, and
fourth…) read it in its translated to Swedish Harlequin incarnation, so
have no idea what it might have been called in the English original.
At the beginning, the woman is working as some kind of showgirl in Paris,
when she meets this guy who’s been watching the show. Turns out he’s her
step-brother, and he’s come to find her cause her mother, who by all
accounts was a selfish bitch (and not in a good way), managed to persuade
his father before her death to bequeath half of the inheritance to the
daughter, to spite the son.
So naturally the step-brother thinks she’s a golddigging bitch like her
mother, but despite this takes her to the chateau she now owns half of (or
something like that). I remember that they together discover some hitherto
unknown cave paintings on the estate, and that she manages to get lost in
there, but he finds her and declares his everlasting love.
Would you be able to help me find? I don’t know why this one has stayed
with me, but I’d really like to try and read it again!
Given how much the titles change in translation, this would be hard to locate in English, I think. Anyone read this one?