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PRISONER OF THE FLAMES
by Dawn MacTavish

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1562 France

2008 Historical Romantic Adventure Nominee

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MacTavish melds the dark and sensual mood of Phantom of the Opera with the historical detail and intrigue of Les Miserables to deliver an enthralling, non-stop read. Looking for depth, emotion and history? You'll clamor for more.

Scarred by fire when he was an infant, Robert Mack, the Laird of Berwickshire, wears a mask to hide his deformity. He believes that the famed healer Nostradamus could cure him, but that means traveling to Paris, where intrigue runs high and a civil war looms.

In Paris, he rescues Violette Cherier,
a blind flower girl, from attackers and makes some powerful enemies. Trying to navigate the labyrinth of politics while keeping Violette safe and his dreams of a new life as a whole man alive is difficult, and one false move means imprisonment. Soon Robert learns that beauty is not in the eye of the beholder, it's in the heart. (Leisure, Nov., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: November 2008

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