Widowed and alone on the frontier, Elspeth Stewart will do whatever it takes to protect herself and her unborn child from the dangers of the wilderness and of men. Though her youthful beauty doesn't show it, she is broken and scarred from the way men have treated her. So when a stranger wanders onto Bethie's land, wounded and needing her aid, she takes no risks, tying him to the bed and hiding his weapons before ministering to his injuries. But Bethie's defenses cannot keep Nicholas Kenleigh from breaking down her emotional walls.
The scars on his body speak of a violent past, but his gentleness, warmth, and piercing eyes arouse longings in her that she never imagined she had. As Nicholas and Bethie reveal to each other both their hidden desires and their tortured secrets, they discover that riding the flames of their passion might be the key to burning away the nightmares of their pasts.
Contains mature themes.
©2013 Pamela Clare (P)2015 Tantor
"Sexy, sensitive and resourceful frontiersman Nicholas Kenleigh, Clare's gloriously larger-than-life hero, will seduce readers as he wins the heart of young widow Elspeth Stewart." (Publishers Weekly)
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Many series books tend to be disappointing because the first book is great and the remaining books fall short. This series, however, delivers great stories, history, and memorable characters.
After listening to all 3 books in this series, I think I enjoyed the third book "Ride The Fire" the best. I'm not exactly sure why....I think maybe because the ending sums up everyone's life and I really didn't want it to end. Plus, I love Kaleo Griffith's narration.
If you love Historical romances - this series is a winner. ;-)
Pamela Clare is a fantastic author. She does her research, her stories flow and stay in sync from beginning to end. The characters are well defined and there is always, hot romance in very good taste and action. The men in her books are men all women want to meet and marry.
The Blakewell/Kenleigh saga is a wonderful trilogy. In my opinion it stands alone.
Nicolas Kenleigh. Kaleo Griffith has such a wide range of voice impressions. I absolutely love him!
I loved this entire series. The stories were well written and the characters brought to life by wonderful trading.
Fast moving, well written description of the life and times of America during the upheaval of events between the English, Americans and Indians. Lovely love story with all the ardor one buys historical romance books for. I think Pamela Clare may be my new favorite author.
When Nick and Bethie were escaping the fire.
I enjoyed his narration. I have often felt men can do women's voices better than women can do men's voices, with the exception of some women, like Carmen Rose.
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