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Hungarian Rhapsody

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This edition was published in by Harlequin

Written in English

187 pages

Portrait of a woman in love

Ella's autocratic father had insisted she have her portrait painted; it was a family tradition. And, over Ella's protests, he'd even commissioned an artist to do it--Zoltan Fazekas, renowned Hungarian painter of landscapes and portraits.

Ella finally, reluctantly, agreed, although it meant she had to go to him in Budapest. But when she arrived, she soon discovered that he wasn't the kind of man she'd expected at all!

Zoltan was brilliant, handsome, compelling--so it was hardly surprising that Ella started to fall in love with him. Unfortunately, Zoltan didn't return her feelings. It seemed that all he wanted to see was her surface beauty, not the passionate, loving woman beneath....

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Edition Availability
Cover of: Rapsodia Ungherese.
Rapsodia Ungherese.
1995, Mondadori
in Italian
Cover of: Rapsódia húngara
Rapsódia húngara
1994, Harlequin Ibérica
in Portuguese
Cover of: Hungarian Rhapsody
Hungarian Rhapsody
November 1, 1993, Harlequin
Paperback in English
Cover of: Hungarian rhapsody.
Hungarian rhapsody.
1992, Mills & Boon
in English
Cover of: Hungarian Rhapsody
Hungarian Rhapsody
November 6, 1992, Harlequin Mills & Boon
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Hungarian Rhapsody

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Portrait of a woman in love

Ella's autocratic father had insisted she have her portrait painted; it was a family tradition. And, over Ella's protests, he'd even commissioned an artist to do it--Zoltan Fazekas, renowned Hungarian painter of landscapes and portraits.

Ella finally, reluctantly, agreed, although it meant she had to go to him in Budapest. But when she arrived, she soon discovered that he wasn't the kind of man she'd expected at all!

Zoltan was brilliant, handsome, compelling--so it was hardly surprising that Ella started to fall in love with him. Unfortunately, Zoltan didn't return her feelings. It seemed that all he wanted to see was her surface beauty, not the passionate, loving woman beneath....

Hungarian Rhapsody

This edition was published in by Harlequin


Edition Notes

Series
Harlequin Romance, No 3294

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
187
Dimensions
6.7 x 4 x 0.4 inches
Weight
1.6 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL10691903M
Internet Archive
hungarianrhapsod00stee
ISBN 10
0373032943
ISBN 13
9780373032945
Library Thing
2360700
Goodreads
1918457

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