Book Reviews of Flame

Author: Connie Mason
ISBN-13: 9780843941500
ISBN-10: 0843941502
Publication Date: 1/1997
Pages: 392
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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As a single woman - not welcome on a wagon train - how will Ashley get to her brother to help save his life......
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When her brother is jailed for murder, Ashley heads west to clear his name. She is horrified to learn that single women aren't welcome on any wagon train. Now, she finds herself making a deal with a former Johnny Rebel. But on the trail, Tanner McTavish quickly draws a new battle line--across Ashley's heart.
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When her brother was accused of mirder. Ashley headed west to clear his name .
" I could not put this book down till it was finished . A book I incourage people to read .)
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I love all of Connie Mason's books. This is more of her great writting. I would recommend that all of her fans read this book.
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Prequel to Shadow Walker: When her brother was accused of murder, Ashley Webster headed west to clear his name. Although the proud Yankee was prepared to face any hardship on her journey to Fort Bridger, she was horrified to learn that single women weren't welcome on any wagon train. Desperate to cross the plains, Ashley decided to pay the first bachelor willing to pose as her husband. Then the fiery redhead came across a former Johnny Rev in the St. Joe's jail, and she couldn't think of any man she'd rather marrry in name only. But out on the trail, Tanner MacTavish quickly proved too intense, too virile, too dangerous for her peace of mind. And after Tanner stole a passionate kiss, Ashley knew that, even though the Civil War was over, a new battle was brewing-a battle for the heart that she might be only too happy to lose.