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3.0 étoiles sur 5On the right track but misses a beat....2 mai 2005
Par J. Cass - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have read almost all of Catherine Coulter's books and find this to be one of the most lacking. The small meeting between Arielle and Burke... well it is difficult to imagine it leading to such an obsession on Burke's part. Also Coulter should have allowed Arielle some regression to at least get in touch with her counter feelings for Burke because I felt up until page 150 or so... well I felt Arielle really did want NOTHING to do with Burke. Hmm... I read it through but I had to force myself. I appreciate the reality of the situation but I think Jane Feather did a much better novel similar to this in The Diamond Slipper (I think that is the correct title). I will continue to read and admire her novels but this is by far my least favorite series.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Night Fire....a fantastic read!20 janvier 2000
Par email@example.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
In "Night Fire", you find a touching and intense love story between Arielle Leslie, and the man she had an interest in as a teen, Burke Drummond. You will ride along with them as they conquer Arielle's troubled, and painful, past marriage. You can get involved in the Drummond family, and come to love them as I did. It is a great example of how abuse was dealt with in the past, and a better example of how to deal with it after the fact. So, sit back and enjoy!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Sigh.....2 mars 2005
Par Creekergirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have just started to write my reviews on this website. I always read the other ones before I write my own. I love how Catherine Coulter writes so differently from other historical romance writers. Her books always have taboos and serious issues. According to a lot of the reviews I read about Catherine Coulter on this website, alot of people are always putting her down for writing about things that actually did and do happen to women all over the world. I don't enjoy reading romance novels that are sugar coated, so her books always make me rush to the book store to pick them up. If things like domestic abuse and over bearing men offend some women, then quit reading historical romances. Besides, it's only fiction anyway.