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eBook Winter Fire (Only Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0380775832
  • Author: Elizabeth Lowell
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Erotica
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avon; 1st Printing edition (October 1, 1997)
  • ePUB size: 1650 kb
  • FB2 size 1101 kb
  • Formats lrf docx azw lrf


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Her husband had demanded sex only when he was drinking, not when he was eating. Even more reassuring to her, there wasn’t the faintest trace of liquor on the stranger’s breath

Her husband had demanded sex only when he was drinking, not when he was eating. Even more reassuring to her, there wasn’t the faintest trace of liquor on the stranger’s breath. Nor was there any hint of liquor on his skin or clothes.

But the intense emotion both Case and Sarah fear-the passion that burns like fire in the very heart of winter-is the only thing that can truly save them, as together they seek the courage to face the greatest risk of all: love.

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WINTER FIRE - VG Lowell, Elizabeth - part of Only series. In 1982, Ann began publishing as Elizabeth Lowell. Under that name she has received numerous professional awards in the romance field, including a Lifetime Achievement award from the Romance Writers of America (1994). Since July of 1992, she has had over 30 novels on the New York Times bestseller list.

Widowed at 16, Sarah Kennedy's marriage left her with a bitter taste for men. Her biggest concern has been for her 15-year-old brother, Connor

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Orphaned at thirteen, a mail-order bride at fourteen, widowed at sixteen, Sarah Kennedy has learned to depend upon no one but herself--reserving all her love for her younger brother Conner, and for the wounded hawks she heals and returns to the air.

A hardened Civil War veteran, personal tragedy has taught Case Maxwell three things: to be a patient, deadly fighter, to love nothing that can die; and that justice is blind. But when a confrontation with his sworn enemies, the Culpepper clan, leaves him near death, Case finds himself, like many another damaged wild creature, under the tender, unwanted care of Sarah Kennedy.

Destiny has brought the healer and the warrior together to brave chilling risks and dangerous truths in a hard, magnificent land--two souls haunted by a perilous present and the bitter ghosts of the past. But the intense emotion both Case and Sarah fear--the passion that burns like fire in the very heart of winter--is the only thing that can truly save them, as together they seek the courage to face the greatest risk of all: love.

Orphaned at thirteen, a mail-order bride at fourteen, widowed at sixteen, Sarah Kennedy has learned to depend upon no one but herself--reserving all her love for her younger brother Conner, and for the wounded hawks she heals and returns to the air.

A hardened Civil War veteran, personal tragedy has taught Case Maxwell three things: to be a patient, deadly fighter, to love nothing that can die; and that justice is blind. But when a confrontation with his sworn enemies, the Culpepper clan, leaves him near death, Case finds himself, like many another damaged wild creature, under the tender, unwanted care of Sarah Kennedy.

Destiny has brought the healer and the warrior together to brave chilling risks and dangerous truths in a hard, magnificent land--two souls haunted by a perilous present and the bitter ghosts of the past. But the intense emotion both Case and Sarah fear--the passion that burns like fire in the very heart of winter--is the only thing that can truly save them, as together they seek the courage to face the greatest risk of all: love.

Comments: (7)
Daigami
What a wonderful read! I really enjoy how the author took the time to explain the era of the time.I felt like I picture the wonderful woodlands in my head.The characters were all so well sot out that you felt you knew them.I loved Zara's character,so many times I felt her anguish,her love,her fears and her peace. Ethan Cain.... What else can you say about Ethan? He's so damned perfect.He is a caring character,he is a mighty character and pulls no punches.Yet with Zara,he is her saviour,her protector and her love.The things these two go through just for freedom from the people who to harm Zara. The white people and indians,two cultures that collide.And the white people that to press murder charges on Zara knowingly that she was innocent.
This historical story will take you back in time and capture your heart in an era of hard times,of family ties and of a love that is meant to be.I can't say enough how great this story is.It is well plotted and flows so easily that before you know it... You can't put it down.You have to see what will happen next.I "HIGHLY" recommend this book!! You can't go wrong on this one.
Bulace
From the beginning to the end, "Winter Fire" grabs the reader and doesn't let go. This story takes place in colonial New York, and involves a young woman who was captured by the Senecas and raised by them. Zara is a brave and resourceful woman, and when she meets Ethan Caine, an attraction develops between them. But this is a time when relations between whites and Indians were strained, if not antagonistic. And people captured by the Indians and later released were often spurned by the whites, even their own family. When Zara's cruel uncle, Rufus Grey, tries to force her to do his bidding, she fights back. When Rufus Gray is found dead, Zara is accused of murder. Ethan Caine saves her, much to his peril.

Ethan tries to take Zara to safety, but they both find hurdles at every step. The reader is left wondering if they will ever find happiness.

This book is written so well and is so full of emotion, that I hate to find any criticism of it. But I found myself wishing for a few light moments, even though I know the period and the situation did not lend themselves to sweetness and light. Still, a bit of relief from the heavy ambiance would have been welcome.
Innadril
First off, can I just say that I don't think the cover art is helping this book at all? Now that I have that off my chest, I will say that I enjoyed this book. There's nothing here that blew my socks off, and I probably won't remember anything about this book in a month, but I read it in one sitting on a cold rainy day and I enjoyed it while it lasted. I didn't hate anything about it. I didn't really LOVE anything about it either, but I did LIKE it a lot so that makes it worth what I paid for it. As mentioned in some of the other reviews, the author does have a tendency to repeat certain phrases (and how did a girl like Sarah, living in the circumstances she did, get her endless supply of rose scented soap anyway?), but other than that the writing is fine. I also enjoyed the secondary characters of UTE and Big Lola a lot. I will definitely give this author another try.

**Edited to say they changed the cover art since I wrote this review. Much better.
Gtonydne
Winter Fire
I liked this book very much. It is a story about a white child captured by Indians in the American Northeast 1800's and how that effects many lives. I appreciated the research that the author put into the customs of the era. I really loved Zara's Indian ways. The story felt authentic and realistic in the mistrust, prejudice, misunderstanding, hurt, etc. between Whites and Indians. It was sad but understandable that Ethan struggled and was resistant in his love for Zara. Zara was almost too astounding, but I couldn't help but love her. The characters were so well developed that I was sorry for the story to end.
Ranterl
Unique tale of a white child captured by the Iroquois in 18th century America, only to be ostracized by them in young adulthood. On the run, she is saved by a white man who carries a burden of guilt and shame from his past. Together they search for redemption and survival while pushing against the force of their love. Good historical detail of life on the frontier and finely drawn characters.
Kalrajas
This is a story filled with subtle romance but true love. The mystery of the killer required me to finish the story in one reading because the killer could have been one of three people. The cultural conflict was quite evident of a child abducted at an early age; however, the beliefs and medicinal powers learned, served to save her life as well as others. I highly recommend this book because there is just enough suspense, romance, love, nurturing, etc., to keep the story going as something of value.
Winenama
I frequently reread books by Elizabeth Lowell. One of my favorite things is her epilogue. It is always nice to feel like she puts a nice bow on the package. Love always prevails!
An enjoyable western story. Characters were believable and story line was very good. The story was drawn out at times. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone wanting to read a good western.
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