Volume Two in the bestselling Incas trilogy, set in C16th Peru. THE GOLD OF CUZCO continues the epic tale of Anamaya, daughter of an Incan princess, and her love for a Spanish nobleman, Gabriel Montelucar y Flores, both of them caught up in the ferocious power struggle between the Incas and the Conquistadors. The inconceivable has happened: Emperor Atahualpa has been taken captive during the dreadful night following the Great Massacre at Cajamarca. He hopes to buy back his freedom with gold - a great deal of gold. But for the newcomers, there is never enough. So the Conquistadors decide to send an expedition to the legendary city of Cuzco, with its famous temples of gold. It will be a treacherous and very dangerous journey because the Incas, for the first time, are fighting back. Against this chaotic background, Anamaya must remain loyal to her Emperor, while Gabriel has no choice but to fight alongside his commander, Captain Pizarro. But, for the sake of their impossible love, Anamaya and Gabriel are prepared to sacrifice everything.About the Author:
A.B. Daniel is a French author, and a bestseller in nineteen countries, worldwide.
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