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Winter Fire Audiobook

Winter Fire

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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Jo Beverley has received numerous RITA Awards and Readers' Choice Awards from romance fans. Set in the late 1700s, Winter Fire is a tale of reunion and reignited passions. Genova Smith has no patience for the Marquess of Ashart, even if he is sinfully attractive, but when they share a fiery kiss, they must both fight to protect their hearts from being stolen.

©2003 Jo Beverley; (P) Recorded Books, LLC

What the Critics Say

"Splendidly sexy....Beverley, with her usual delectable wit and superb characterization, returns readers to the unforgettable world of her Malloren series." (Booklist)

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  • A
    WinnipegScotland
    08/09/05
    Overall
    "Back-story optional, Mallorens included"

    This book is a side-saga in the Malloren series. Do you have to know the Malloren's to read this? No, definitely not, since the main characters here are not actually "core" Malloren stories. Does it help to know who Rothgar and the Malloren gang are? Perhaps, but not essential, since the story itself allows for all the necessary details to come out.

    The romance itself revolves around a couple of characters peripheral to the Malloren series, so I think this novel can stand alone. I liked our leading lady. She was fairly feisty and independent (well, as much as is possible for a Regency heroine). And I have to admit, I have a soft spot for those brooding not-really bad boys ;-)

    The book had a little mystery, some witty repartee, some sexual tension, a laugh or two, and of course a happy ending. Overall I found this a very satisfying romance. Don't be afraid that is one of the "series" -- everything you need to enjoy this book is included here.

    13 of 14 people found this review helpful
  • Deb
    Granville, MA, USA
    16/04/05
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    "Excellent"

    Terrific romance novel! Great story. Great characters. Loved the spirit and independence of Jennifer Smith. Love how the story wound around and came back in the end.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Chantelle
    Georgetown, ON, Canada
    25/11/06
    Overall
    "Good Christmas Romance"

    Narrator great for women's conversation but not so for the male characters - made everyone sound old. Story keeps moving and has wonderful imagery of what Christmas used to be.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Kerri
    Pulaski, NY, USA
    03/01/06
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    "Horrible!"

    This was the worst book I've ever listened to. The story might have been ok, but the narrator's voice was so irritating I could barely get through it. I can't believe I actally finished it.

    6 of 9 people found this review helpful
  • Susie
    Springfield, IL, United States
    21/03/05
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    "Great historical regency romance!"

    If you want a bit of history of politics, England, and customs in the Regency period of England to go with your romance, this is an excellent choice. All of these are a bit predictable (ie-the good guy wins) but there's nothing wrong with knowing the ending as long as what is in-between is interesting. Enjoy!

    5 of 9 people found this review helpful
  • Maria W.
    New York, NY
    27/10/09
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    "Narrator like nails on a chalkboard"

    Passable story made horrid by the irksome voice of the narrator. I know never to purchase an audiobook read by her again.

    1 of 3 people found this review helpful

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