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Passion's Fire (Zebra Historical Romance) (1986)

by Cassie Edwards

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Could you but guess
How you alone make all my happiness,
How I am more than willing for your sake
To stand alone, give all and nothing take,
Nor chafe to think you bound while I am free,
quite free, till death, to love you silently,
Could you but guess....
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I wish to dedicate Passion's Fire to Bev Stevenson, a dear and special friend, whose acquaintance was first made when I autographed books at her Village Book Shoppe in Effingham, Illinois.
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A mile long avenue of oaks with they gray beards of Spanish moss hanging from their wide branches led to Johnston Oaks Manor, a magnificent three-storied plantation house.
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