• The Triumph of Love

  • Barbara Cartland's Pink Collection 63
  • By: Barbara Cartland
  • Narrated by: Anthony Wren
  • Length: 4 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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She was fleeing from an unwelcome marriage and so was he. When Selina sought shelter with the Marquis of Castleton, she never dreamed that it would lead to them being chased across Europe in a powerful yacht. Before long she was embroiled in a rollicking adventure. Dressed as a man to avoid detection, Selina fell into one scrape after another, yet always knowing that the Marquis would rescue her. But she was despairingly sure that he saw her only as a child and she was beginning to long for more. The Marquis thought of himself as a serious man, but in the company of the vivacious Selina he found himself changing, laughing more often and falling in love. Even when they escaped to France their problems were not over. But at the final explosive showdown the Marquis proved himself a man of shrewd wit and - what was more important - passion. What happens to them when they confront their enemies and how they triumph is all told in this exciting romantic novel by BARBARA CARTLAND.

Barbara Cartland was the world's most prolific novelist who wrote an amazing 723 books in her lifetime, of which no less than 644 were romantic novels with worldwide sales of over 1 billion copies and her books were translated into 36 different languages. As well as romantic novels, she wrote historical biographies, 6 autobiographies, theatrical plays and books of advice on life, love, vitamins and cookery. She wrote her first book at the age of 21 and it was called Jigsaw. It became an immediate bestseller and sold 100,000 copies in hardback in England and all over Europe in translation. Between the ages of 77 and 97 she increased her output and wrote an incredible 400 romances as the demand for her romances was so strong all over the world. She wrote her last book at the age of 97 and it was entitled perhaps prophetically "The Way to Heaven".

Her books have always been immensely popular in the United States where in 1976 her current books were at numbers 1 & 2 in the B. Dalton bestsellers list, a feat never achieved before or since by any author. Barbara Cartland became a legend in her own lifetime and will be best remembered for her wonderful romantic novels so loved by her millions of readers throughout the world, who have always collected her books to read again and again, especially when they feel miserable or depressed. Her books will always be treasured for their moral message, her pure and innocent heroines, her handsome and dashing heroes, her blissful happy endings and above all for her belief that the power of love is more important than anything else in everyone's life.

©2018 SAGA Egmont (P)2018 SAGA Egmont

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Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! What utter rubbish! Thought I would see why BC was so successful and my worst fears were true

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