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Editorial Reviews

Barbara Edelman delivers a sensuous performance of the romance Blazing Embersby prolific novelist Deborah Camp. In the Wild West, Cassie Potter is devastated when her father is murdered. There is no one left in the world to protect her. When the handsome Rook Colton collapses on her doorstep, with a bullet in his back, fear and desire course through her body. He lusts after her, and she’s powerless to resist him despite knowing nothing of his past. Can Rook be trusted? Will his secrets tear them apart and forever destroy Cassie’s fragile world?

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In a West run by outlaws, Cassie Potter's father is brutally murdered and she can afford to trust no one. Even the handsome stranger collapsed on her doorstep could be dangerous-despite the bullet in his back-a fact that makes her shudder even as the sight of him makes her heart race. As Rook Colton's strength and lust return, Cassie is helpless against the power of her own desire. When he takes her hungrily in his arms, warm lips trailing down her neck, her shoulders...she can no longer suppress the blazing flames within her. Forgotten is the "Wanted" poster that bares a strong resemblance to Rook-a lapse that could mean the end of all Cassie's carefully protected since her father's death.

©1987 Deborah Camp (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • JLM
  • Battle Creek, MI
  • 04-23-14

Narration was a distraction.

Would you try another book from Deborah Camp and/or Barbara Edelman?

I have read a few of Camp's books & they were good, and this one may be have better if I wasn't so put off by the narration.

Would you be willing to try another one of Barbara Edelman’s performances?

No. Her different voices were not good, the primary character came across childish instead of unschooled/unpolished as I believe the author intended. And the men's voices were just bad.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Story may be good in traditional book form.