I began writing the Night Trilogy in 1987. I’m very proud of all three novels. Perhaps Night Fire is my favorite simply because it’s so different from the other two.
In Night Fire, Arielle Leslie is a sixteen-year-old forced to wed Paisley Cochrane,a sadistic old man who abuses her. When he dies, she believes herself free. But she’s not.
Burke Drummond, Earl of Ravensworth, a young man she’d worshipped three years before, is home from the wars, and he wants her.
Burke and Arielle are two people who have touched me deeply. Together they faced problems and obstacles never spoken of in the Regency time.
If you haven’t read Night Fire, do give it a try. See if you don’t agree with me that Arielle and Burke are two very special people.
Don’t miss any of Catherine Coulter's Night Trilogy: Night Fire, Night Shadow, and Night Storm.
©2009 Catherine Coulter (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"A sizzler." (Publishers Weekley)
This book was lacking in a realistic storyline. It was difficult to get into the book because the characters were so odd and slightly disturbing. The heroine went from victim to acting high as a kite, which apparently was supposed to signify her becoming emotionally stable?? The male lead was slightly abusive and I just could not connect with the character. I couldn't finish this book... literally, this was the first book in my life that I just cannot finish due to the horrible story line. Very disappointing.
The narration was okay, but the baby voice of the heroine was odd and threw off the listening experience.
No redeeming qualities that I can come up with.... really.
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