Cora Moret and Chino Montenegro meet in the mid-sixties in an otherwise empty train carriage on its way to Cádiz. He is the son of a worker in the port of Cadiz and the cemetery florist but his vocation is to be a writer. She was born in colonial Morocco and raised among marble and mahogany salons but every afternoon she visits her Aunt Pastora’s humble home on Plaza de las Flores because it makes her feel alive. Wanderers of the earth, they fall in love as the train passes through the white towns of Andalusia. Their story builds intermittently and incredibly up to a mysterious, surprising ending.
Written by the eldest daughter of Paco de Lucía, a very talented journalist and writer.
A powerful, little known love story that is bound to move anyone who comes across it.