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HEART OF THE FLAME
by Tina St. John

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Medieval England

2005 Historical Romantic Adventure Nominee

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Kenrick of Clairmont is determined to keep the legendary Dragon Chalice, a cup purported to give the owner great power, out
of his enemy's hands after his friends are murdered and their keep destroyed.

Left without her memory after the destruction of the keep, Haven must rely
on Kenrick's help or die from her wounds. Kenrick brings Haven to his sister's to heal, hoping she will remember and reveal who's responsible for the massacre.

St. John brilliantly weaves threads of myth and magic into this beautifully crafted, lyrically written story of reality and fantasy. As Haven begins remembering the past, she uncovers her own dark secrets, and with the power of the love that grows between them, she and Kenrick must find
a way to save the world from evil.

Memorable, enchanting and powerful, St. John's latest in the Dragon Chalice series mesmerizes. She sweeps you into a realm where magic and history blend to perfection and love rules supreme. SENSUAL (Mar., 400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Ivy

Published: March 2005

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