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Hidden Fires
Hidden Fires
Author: Sandra Brown
In a Texas of cattle and railroads, family dynasties and ambitious schemers, Sandra Brown's classic historical romance brings readers a riveting story... — The moment preacher's daughter Lauren Holbrook walked into the Texas mansion, she suspected she had been tricked. Instead of becoming wealthy Olivia Lockett's secretary, the matriarch presente...  more
ISBN-13: 9780446364157
ISBN-10: 0446364150
Publication Date: 10/1/1994
Pages: 356
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3.8 stars, based on 222 ratings
Publisher: Warner Vision
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Audio CD
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Another excellent read from Sandra Brown! Set in the sprawling Texas areait tells of a preacher's daughter who thought she was to be a land baron'n wife's secretary only to have her whole life turned upside down when she arrives. Instead the matriarch wants her to marry in name only her playboy son. Now she must fight to make her marriage as strong as her love!
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Lauren Holbrook was orphaned as a young girl, and taken in by friends of her father. The self-appointed guardians are pressing her to marry a young preacher, who is devious and hateful. When Lauren receives an offer to work as a secretary for the wife a rancher, she accepts. When she arrives at the ranch, Lauren finds that her employer has died, the wife has no need of a secretary, and the son (Jared) believes her to have been his father's mistress. An involved story plot follows, which is often tortured, and pits the heroine against the hero, but it is still a good read.
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There is a different cover but same book. Typical Texas romance of Sandra Brown. She thought she would become secretary to wealthy Olivia Lockett but found her self married to the Lockett dynasty's heir.

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I love this book. A great read. I couldn't put it down. I have actually read it a couple times now because the storyline is one that I really enjoyed. The struggles between the main couple is great. Lots of Romance, Struggle, anger, and tension that kept me interested to the very end.
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Sandra Brown is so prolific that it is sometimes difficult to remember later whether a particular book was worth reading. I seem to recall this one as a bit predictable.