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Editorial Reviews

Once a mail-order bride, Sarah Kennedy finds herself widowed by 16. Though fiercely independent now, Sarah still falls for the injured man who shows up at her door. For the first time, she learns the feel of real passion. Best-selling New York Times author Elizabeth Lowell captivates with this post-Civil War romance. Meanwhile, Vanessa Hart's performance is hypnotizing. She brings these Western characters to life through their dialogue and accents. Her low, husky voice certainly takes its time with the juicy bits. Romance fans will be warmed all over by Winter Fire.
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Publisher's Summary

Orphaned at 13, a mail-order bride at 14, widowed at 16, Sarah Kennedy has learned to depend upon no one but herself, reserving all her love for her younger brother, Conner, and for the wounded hawks she heals and returns to the air.
Personal tragedy has taught Case Maxwell to love nothing that can die, and that justice is blind. But when a confrontation with his sworn enemies, the Culpepper clan, leaves the hardened Civil War veteran near death, Case finds himself under the tender, unwanted care of Sarah Kennedy.
Destiny has brought the healer and the warrior together - two souls haunted by the bitter ghosts of the past - to brave chilling risks and dangerous truths as they seek the courage to face the greatest risk of all: love.
©1996 Two of a Kind, Inc.; (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
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Critic Reviews

"Her passionate, beautifully rendered romance blazes through the pages, melting readers' hearts." (Romantic Times)
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By Gail on 10-27-10

Winter Fire...WOW!

The book was really good but the narrator was horrible.
I have tremendously enjoyed Ms Lowell's 'Only' series and would highly recommend the books to all who enjoy a bit of erotica with a good story line.
The narrator really annoyed me. I had to rewind many times to make sense of what she was saying.

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By Carol on 09-22-10

Great story. Horrible Narrator

The story was great, however it was difficult to follow due to the narrating. It sounded like Alvin the chipmunk speedreading after smoking several packs of ciggarettes. At times the voice was so low, that you couldn't understand what was being said and some sentences were too rushed. I love Elizabeth Lowell books, but this narrator is the worst I've ever heard.

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