Katherine Sutcliffe Fire in the Heart

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Fire in the Heart

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From the horrors of a British work house comes sable-haired, violet-eyed Bonnie Eden, whose fate crosses the path of restless, moody Lord Damien Warwick. Desire and conflict rage side by side as Damien offers Bonnie shelter--until passion overwhelms them both! Original.

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Katherine Sutcliffe is the ""USA Today"" bestselling author of twenty-two novels, including the ""Romantic Times"" KISS award-winning ""Fever."" She has won numerous other awards, including the ""Affaire de Coeur"" Silver Pen for Favorite Author of the Year, and a ""Romantic Times"" Reviewer's Choice Award, and she has been a Romance Writers of America RITA Awards finalist several times.

Sutcliffe has also worked as consultant head writer for the daytime dramas ""Another World"" and ""As the World Turns,"" on which she appeared as herself. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her children, as well as with her Arabian horses, pygmy goats, and house rabbit. She is married to an English-born geologist, and invites readers to visit her website at www.katherinesutcliffe.net.

From Publishers Weekly:

Sutcliffe's ( Renegade Love ) latest is a pleasant if predictable Victorian-era tale of opposites attracted to each other, starring nobleman Damien Warwick, "the biggest womanizing rakehell in England," and young Bonnie Eden, who seeks refuge in his castle after escaping from a brutal workhouse. Their slowly growing love is sweetly conveyed, despite the artificial obstacles Sutcliffe throws in the way of their ultimate happiness. Sutcliffe's great strength here is her characterization of Bonnie: ignorant even of the connection between sex and pregnancy, and, at the same time, burdened by too much knowledge, particularly of the horrible circumstances of her father's murder. The plot twist that resolves Bonnie's long search for her father's killer is neatly penned without undue melodrama.
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