Book Reviews of Creole Fires (Southern, Bk 1)

Creole Fires (Southern, Bk 1)
Creole Fires - Southern, Bk 1
Author: Kat Martin
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780440208037
ISBN-10: 0440208033
Publication Date: 1/4/1992
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Creole Fires (Southern, Bk 1) on + 3 more book reviews
This was my first Kat Martin and I have since read 3 more. It is the best one and a real page turner.
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From the back cover

The once-wealthy, flirtatious belle stood on the auction block to be sold as a servant. Her sensual figure disguised, her glorious titian hair disheveled, she looked like a waif, trembling when she recognized the highest bidder-idol of her childhood dreams.

Alex du Villier bought the girl out of pity, but her aqua eyes stirred his soul and her body ignited his blood. She would be the perfect mistress to make him forget his coming marriage to a cold, haughty heiress. Now he intended to teach this innocent beauty that although he had purchased her freedom, he could steal her heart.
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Read this one a while ago, but it still is one of my favorite Kat Martin novels. If you like her style, while is heavy on mood, but light on sense, you will like this one.
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Love the story, quick pace, exciting and very sexy. You can feel the chemistry right away with the two main characters. The setting is so real the way she describes it. Kat Martin really delivers on this story. A good read.
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enjoyable read. sweet and strong characters.
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Another great story from a smart story teller.
Strong heroin sold as slave to a strong hero.
He thought he bought a child, boy was he ever wrong.
But how could he have such overpowering lust for a young girl and how long could she hid her curves?
Enjoyed it very much
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good book
The Louisiana sun beat mercilessly n Nicole St. Claire just as fate, too, had been merciless. The once wealthy, flirtatious belle stood on the auction block to be sold as a servant. Her sensual figure disguised, her glorious titian hair disheveled, she looked like a waif, but she was all woman, trembling when she recognized the highest bidder--idol of her childhood dreams, the owner of plantation Belle Chene.
A man of blazing passion, Alex du Villier bought the girl out of pity, but her aqua eyes stirred his soul and her body ignited his blood. She would be the perfect mistress to make him forget his coming marriage to a cold, haughty heiress. Now he intended to teach this innocent beauty that although he had purchased her freedom, he could steal her heart.

An affair of burning desires. . . . Under a Creole moon their passion became a wildfire neither could control, driving them to heart-wrenching choices of silken sin...or freedom and love.