In this passionate love story, a beauty from the American frontier confronts a devilishly attractive nobleman.
“An author with star quality . . . spectacularly talented.”—Romantic Times
After she braved the perils of the wild frontier, there wasn’t a man alive that Kate couldn’t handle—or so the reckless spitfire thought—until she found herself on British soil and in the presence of the devilishly disturbing Marquess of Richfield. Dangerously attractive, mysteriously tormented, he ignored her, disarmed her, enticed her. But Alexis had too many women in his life, and Kate vowed she’d never be just one more. . . .
To Lord Alexis de Granville, women were for solace, to be used as they had always used him. Yet the lovely Katherine Grey refused to play the game. One moment she scandalized him with her brash American manners, the next she seduced him with her lush lips and flame-colored hair. Worst of all, the tempestuous wench touched his faithless heart. Now, in a castle beset by treachery, Alexis will do anything, fight anyone, to make her want him as much as he needs her. . . .
About the Author
Suzanne Robinson holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of more than a dozen historical romances and a critically acclaimed historical mystery series, which she writes as Lynda S. Robinson. She lives in Texas.
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Excerpted from "Lady Hellfire"
Copyright © 1992 Suzanne Robinson.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is by far the BEST romance novel on the market! Finally, a woman character who refuses to demean herself, to lose her will, or her strength or her freedom. Kate is a true heroine as she outshines every other character, including the man who eventually sees she her for the strong-willed feminist she is. If you are tired of woman characters who soften or yield to their male counterparts, you will love the fact that she is the same wonderful woman at the beginning as she is at the end!
Felt no emotional connection between H&h ie Heroine was attached by a guest in hero's Home, bruised throat torn clothes, hero offers to call him out , when she says I can take care of myself, H does nothing, villain guest continues to chase after her in hero's home Loved lady dangerous but not this one !