Princess Aminah embarks on a half year journey from her sheltered life as the daughter of an eastern Caliph to Cordoba in Spain where she has been betrothed to Prince Hisham. Leaving behind her beloved step-sister Myriam, her controlling and hated step-mother, The Amirah, and everything she has ever known. She faces the unknown with a mixture of nervousness and uncertainty but above all the lure of freedom from the confines which The Amirah has imposed on her for most of her short life. During an eventful journey when all of her horizons are expanded, she finds herself opening up to the knowledge provided by her handsome personal bodyguard with whom she falls in love. Fearing that she is betraying her betrothed prince whom she has never met, she shuns her guard for the remainder of the journey and retreats back into her own world. When she finally arrives in Cordoba, Aminah is totally unprepared for her meeting with Prince Hisham and the manner in which she feels he has betrayed her. Although secretly in love with her prince, can she ever forgive his betrayal and lead a happy life and what will the consequences of a serious riding accident be for their future?
Sara Allen was born in London in the mid-1960s to parents from Portland, Jamaica. The late 1970s were a time of change in London, which caused the author to grow up understanding that determination was the key; to never let it be said, "You can't" without giving everything. This determination led her to obtain a degree in The History of Art, from SOAS, in London.
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