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LORD OF ICE
by Gaelen Foley

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England

2002 Best Innovative Historical Romance Nominee

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Like its companion piece, Lord of Fire, LORD OF ICE is scintillating, fast-paced
and intriguing, filled with passionate, lively characters and a highly romantic
story.

Lord Damien Knight, Earl of Winterly, is haunted by what he has seen and done
during the Napoleonic Wars. To the world he presents a picture of arrogance and
coldness, living as a near recluse, until he is informed that he has become
guardian to penniless 19-year-old Miranda FitzHurbert.

Living and working at a school run by the lecherous Rev. Reed, Miranda's only
escape is secretly acting in the theater. One night following a performance, she
is rescued from outlaws by a stranger who tries to seduce her.

Miranda is stunned when the enigmatic stranger arrives to claim her as his ward.
Lively and beautiful, she is a temptation Damien does not want. The desire that
sparks between them puts his reclusive life at risk.

As Miranda shares Damien's anguish and teaches him to reach out to another with
love, she must battle unknown enemies who would see her dead instead of wed to
Damien.

From the first page Gaelen Foley captures you in her web of passion and suspense.
You are the fly ensnared in her engrossing, completely absorbing read as she
captures the aura of the era, creating living, breathing characters and a
memorable tale of love and redemption. SENSUAL (Feb., 400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Ballatine

Published: February 2002

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