Ride The Fire
There was only one rule on the frontier—survival.
So when wounded, buckskin-clad stranger appeared at the door of her isolated cabin, Elspeth Stewart felt no qualms about disarming him and then tying him to her bed. Newly widowed and expecting her first child, she had to protect herself at all costs. And Nicholas Kenleigh threatened not only her safety, but her peace of mind. The terrible scars on his body spoke of a tortured past, but his gentle touch and burning gaze awoke longings she had never expected to feel. Bethie had every reason in the world to distrust men; the cruelty she suffered at their hands had marked her soul, though her blonde beauty showed no sign of it. But little by little she found herself believing in Nicholas, in his honor, his strength. As he brought her baby into the world, then took both mother and daughter into his care, she realized this scarred survivor could heal her wounded spirit, and together they would… Ride the Fire.
Romantic Times BOOKClub
“..[F]or those who like their history with grit and their romance with
emotional power and the lesson of how love heals all wounds.”
“When I first read about Pamela Clare in Romantic Times BOOKClub announcing her debut novel, Sweet Release, I knew I had to read it. And, read it I did. It overwhelmed me. I was overjoyed to find out there was going to be a sequel, Carnal Gift. I was left breathless once again. I didn't think stories could get any better; not until I read Ride the Fire, the perfect ending to a remarkable trilogy. Words cannot express how magnificent it is. The passion in which Ms. Clare writes is overwhelming, humbling, incredible.
Ride the Fire is a brilliant masterpiece to be savored like a fine wine. It's a journey to hell and back, with characters so rich, so endearing you can almost hear Nicholas’ and Bethie’s voices, smell their scent, feel their heartbeats. You glory in their strength, celebrate their joy, feel their love, a true journey of the heart. Ride the Fire is the reason why I read. If you read only one author in 2005, give yourself a gift and make it Pamela Clare. Even though Ride the Fire stands alone in its beauty and magnificence, treat yourself to the whole trilogy. I will hold these stories in my heart forever. You will, too.” — Suzanne Tucker
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