Book Reviews of Emerald Fire

Emerald Fire
Emerald Fire
Author: Phoebe Conn
ISBN-13: 9780821731932
ISBN-10: 0821731939
Publication Date: 1/1/1987
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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When his brother died for loving gorgeous Bianca Antonelli, determined Evan Sinclair swore to find the killer--by seducing the dangerous temptress who lured him to his death. Having long explored the myriad ways of pleasuring a woman, the hot-blooded captain knew exactly how he'd stroke the blonde witch's swelling curves and savor her creamy flesh. But once he had her unwillingly surrendering all he sought, the lust for violent revenge gave way to the desire for unrestrained rapture! Though she was engaged to the wealthiest man in Venice, lovely Bianca felt she was the unhappiest girl in the world. Then she met the tall, auburn-haired American and she decided she had to know passion for at least one night before her dreaded wedding day. Evan was insolent and wild, brash and uncivil, but just his glance made her flush with a sensual longing she'd never befor felt. The green eyed beauty gave herself to the stranger, forgetting the consequences in the furnace of her ectasy's emerald fire.
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When his brother died for loving gorgeous Bianaca Antonelli, detremined Evan Sinclair sware to find the killer bu seducing the dangerous temptress who lured him to his deth. Hasving long explored the myrida ways of pleasuring a woma, the hot blooded captain knew exactly how hed strke the blond witch's swelling cureves and savor her creamy flesh. But once he had her willingly surrendering all he sought the lust for violent revenge gave was to the desire for unrestrained rapture.
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Totally a page turner. If you like historical romances, this is a great read for you.
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"Though she was engaged to the wealthiest man in Venice, lovely Bianca felt she was the unhappiest girl inthe world. Then she met a tall, auburn-haired American and she decided she had to know passion for at least one night before her dreaded wedding day. Evan was insolent and wild, brash and uncivil, but just his glance made her flush with sensual longing she'd never before felt. The green-eyed beauty gave herslef completely to the stranger, fogetting the consequences in the furnace of her ecstacy's Emerald Fire."