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RING OF FIRE
by Phoebe Conn

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Futuristic, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Futuristic

1996 FUTURISTIC ROMANCE Nominee

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He was quite possibly the definitive athlete of his time. Arctic Warrior Ian St. Ives racked up more medals than anyone could count. Now, however, he earns his living by using his talents just as adeptly in the service of the Alado corporation as its top super secret spy and troubleshooter. So when miners start disappearing from a company asteroid, he is the natural agent of choice to be dispatched to clear the matter up.

What no one expects, himself included, is his wild attraction to gorgeous Haven Wray, leader of a women's Rocketball team that recently arrived on the asteroid to play in the championship tournament. The flames of passion burn at their very first encounter.

But someone does not want Ian to find out just what is going on in the mining colony, and the two are first kidnapped and then abandoned within a mysterious maze from which it will take all their strength and ingenuity to escape.

Ms. Burke's delicous love story is shaped with imaginative flair and hot sensuality to provide the very best in futuristic romance. Cinnamon Burke comes up with a dandy adventure of the heart that stretches to the far reaches of the galaxy. (Dec., 448 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: M. Helfer

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: December 1995

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