Spring Fires - Cynthia Wright

Spring Fires

By Cynthia Wright

  • Release Date: 2011-08-23
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 37 Ratings

Description

A ROMANTIC TIMES "ALL TIME FAVORITE" selection. GOLD rating!

Dashing Nicholai Beauvisage returns to America in 1793, hardened by the terrors of the French Revolution. He lost his heart to a beauty who died at the guillotine and now desires only the unfettered pleasures of a rake.

However, his plans are soon complicated by Lisette Hahn, an independent beauty who runs a CoffeeHouse where Jefferson and Hamilton argue politics. Proud of her success, she’s been able to rise above the desires of her heart - until Nicholai arrives back in Philadelphia. That very night, Lisette finally gives her passions free rein…but what will the dawn bring?

Beloved characters from Caroline, Touch the Sun, and Silver Storm return as supporting characters in this sensuous, enchanting story that sweeps from a new, vibrant America across the ocean to the glittering salons of London.

Rakes & Rebels: The Beauvisage Family:
1 – HEART OF FRAGILE STARS: a novella prequel to CAROLINE (Jean-Philippe & Antonia)
2 – CAROLINE (Alec & Caro)
3 – TOUCH THE SUN (Lion & Meagan)
4 – SPRING FIRES (Nicholai & Lisette)
5 – HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT (Grey & Natalya)

Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family:
1 – SILVER STORM (André & Devon)
2 – SMUGGLER’S MOON (Sebastian & Julia)
3 – THE SECRET OF LOVE (Gabriel & Isabella)
4 - SURRENDER THE STARS (Ryan & Lindsay)
5 - HIS MAKE-BELIEVE BRIDE (Justin & Mouette)
6 - HIS RECKLESS BARGAIN (Nathan & Adrienne)
7 - TEMPEST (Adam & Cathy)

Reviews

  • Spring Fires

    5
    By JAG JMG
    I fell in love with Cynthia Wright's books almost 30 years ago when I was a young mother of 3 rowdy sons. At the time they were 8, 7, and 5 years old and into mischief every waking hour. A friend lent me her copy of Spring Fires and every time I had a few minutes to myself I would curl up and retreat into the world of Lisette and Nicholai. These were my moments, and I looked forward to them with great anticipation. It was a world completely different than mine and a place I could retreat when it seemed like my life would never be calm and normal again. Over the years I read all her books as I could find them. Many were read so many times they fell apart and had to be kept together with rubber bands. After many moves my sadly torn books disappeared. I looked for reprints many times in book stores but was never able to find them. Now I am the Grandmother of twelve, and I was overjoyed to find them again in my I-books library. I am downloading them and reading them all again. It is like reading them for the very first time. I recommend them highly and hope you get as much joy out of reading them as I have. Thank you Cynthia, for everything!

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