Book Reviews of The Fire Inside (Fire, Bk 2)

The Fire Inside (Fire, Bk 2)
The Fire Inside - Fire, Bk 2
Author: Kat Martin
ISBN-13: 9780743419154
ISBN-10: 0743419154
Publication Date: 1/29/2002
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 76 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Very good. A little intrique, lots of romance.
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Kassandra Wentworth, headstrong and rebellious had no intention of obeying her father. Clay Harcourt, bastard son of a wealth Duke had no plans to take a wife but pland change.
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Very good book. This is the second book in the Heartless series and first I read. Don't need to read in order to know what's going on. First and third books are "Heartless" & "Fanning the Flame".
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Likeable heroine and hero, in a story that is exciting and with some darker aspects that deepen the plot beyond the usual superficial fare.
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Good Read Kat Martin tells a good story but I wish her heroine had a little less naviete.
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When Clay lays a trap for marriage. Kitt can't help but surrender to the passion he stirs within her. but will a secret from her past keep her from trussting her heart to the magnificent rogue who arouses her most burning desires?
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Kassandra "Kitt" Wentworth was not ordinary young woman. Headstrong and rebellious, this daughter of a viscount had no intention of obeying her father, submitting to a husband...or falling in love. But she never thought a man like Clayton Harcourt would pursue her. As the bastard son of a wealthy duke, Clay was no stranger to scandal. Taking a wife was not his plan, but Kitt's wild spirit drew him like a flame in the darkness, and the gossip swirling around her awakened a deire to tame and protect her. When Clay lays a trap for marriage, Kitt can't help but surrender to the passion he stirs within her. But will a secret from her past keep her from trusting her heart to the magnificent rogue who arounses her most burning disires?
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LOVE EVERYTHING I'VE EVER READ BY HER, WORKING ON READING ALL HER BOOKS
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When I was interested in Regency-era England stories, I enjoyed Kat Martins' feisty women. A quick read, with predicable happy ending.
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good book
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This is a true story of love. The Fire Inside perfectly depicts what a person goes through and what they feel when they are in love, and when their love might not be requited. Kat Martin writes accurate descriptions of this, and such realistic dialogue and situations.

I could not put this down. It moved slow at first, and I was not sure if I was going to like it. But soon enough it got so sensual and addictive. Martin's stories are never uninteresting or boring. There's always excitement, drama, and passion.
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Good book - London 1800's. Good characters. Romantic. Nice to have a male character who is head over heels and the women be the pursued.
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Great story