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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TO EXCEL/KALEIDOSCOPE SOF, 252 Seiten, L=229mm, B=152mm, H=14mm, Gew.=372gr, [GR: 11000 - HC/Belletristik], [SW: - Fiction - Historical], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she finds work in the office building leased by the American Army as Italian interpreter for Captain Keith Fields who hates anything Italian, especially Italian women. Then, he meets Marguerite. In spite of the obstacles, they marry. In America, Keith's ambition to be a millionaire before the age of forty plunges his inherited factory into huge debt. An unscrupulous loan tycoon enters the conflict. Marguerite's effort to save Keith's mortgaged plants by any means backfire. At the end of World War 11 revealed secrets jeopardize the marriage. Marguerite, now 46, questions if love and happiness can endure at any age even to those who accept the challenge. In her return to Naples, she finds the answer. The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she finds work in the office building leased by the American Army as Italian interpreter for Captain Keith Fields who hates anything Italian, especially Italian women. Then, he meets Marguerite. In spite of the obstacles, they marry. In America, Keith's ambition to be a millionaire before the age of forty plunges his inherited factory into huge debt. An unscrupulous loan tycoon enters the conflict. Marguerite's effort to save Keith's mortgaged plants by any means backfire. At the end of World War 11 revealed secrets jeopardize the marriage. Marguerite, now 46, questions if love and happiness can endure at any age even to those who accept the challenge. In her return to Naples, she finds the answer.

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The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she finds work in the office building leased by the American Army as Italian interpreter for Captain Keith Fields who hates anything Italian, especially Italian women. Then, he meets Marguerite. In spite of the obstacles, they marry. In America, Keith's ambition to be a millionaire before the age of forty plunges his inherited factory into huge debt. An unscrupulous loan tycoon enters the conflict. Marguerite's effort to save Keith's mortgaged plants by any means backfire. At the end of World War 11 revealed secrets jeopardize the marriage. Marguerite, now 46, questions if love and happiness can endure at any age even to those who accept the challenge. In her return to Naples, she finds the answer. Books, Fiction~~Historical, The-Bride-from-Naples~~Jean-L-Matha, 999999999, The Bride from Naples, Jean L. Matha, 0595319505, iUniverse, Incorporated, , , , , iUniverse, Incorporated

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TO EXCEL/KALEIDOSCOPE SOF, 252 Seiten, L=229mm, B=152mm, H=14mm, Gew.=372gr, [GR: 11000 - HC/Belletristik], [SW: - Fiction - Historical], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she finds work in the office building leased by the American Army as Italian interpreter for Captain Keith Fields who hates anything Italian, especially Italian women. Then, he meets Marguerite. In spite of the obstacles, they marry. In America, Keith's ambition to be a millionaire before the age of forty plunges his inherited factory into huge debt. An unscrupulous loan tycoon enters the conflict. Marguerite's effort to save Keith's mortgaged plants by any means backfire. At the end of World War 11 revealed secrets jeopardize the marriage. Marguerite, now 46, questions if love and happiness can endure at any age even to those who accept the challenge. In her return to Naples, she finds the answer.

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Matha, Jean L.

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The Bride from Naples

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0595319505

The Bride from Naples is an intriguing novel of challenges encountered by an Italian beauty from Naples and an American Captain from Philadelphia during World War I in Italy to the end of World War II in America. After the death of her widowed mother in 1914, Marguerite Selena, 15, chooses to live in Naples with her wealthy guardian over village life with a tyrant brother. Events during the war begin a constant struggle of survival without family and money. Fluent in English, she finds work in the office building leased by the American Army as Italian interpreter for Captain Keith Fields who hates anything Italian, especially Italian women. Then, he meets Marguerite. In spite of the obstacles, they marry. In America, Keith's ambition to be a millionaire before the age of forty plunges his inherited factory into huge debt. An unscrupulous loan tycoon enters the conflict. Marguerite's effort to save Keith's mortgaged plants by any means backfire. At the end of World War 11 revealed secrets jeopardize the marriage. Marguerite, now 46, questions if love and happiness can endure at any age even to those who accept the challenge. In her return to Naples, she finds the answer.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780595319503
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0595319505
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: TO EXCEL/KALEIDOSCOPE SOF
252 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,372 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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