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Fire in the Heart by Katherine Sutcliffe
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Fire in the Heart (1990)

by Katherine Sutcliffe

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"A Fire in the Heart isn't quite epic, but it is certainly grander in scope than most historical romance. Sutcliffe, who when I previously read I was not a fan, has crafted a dark novel that embodies the poverty and hardship of the period."

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Part One:
Reputation, reputation, reputation! O, I have lost my
reputation! I have lost the immortal part of myself, and
what remains is bestial.
—William Shakespeare
Part One:
I have and I love. Why I do so, perhaps you ask. I know
not, but I feel it and I am in torment.
—CATULLUS
Dedication
This book is dedicated to:

Neil, my own Lord Rogue, the "third Earl of Bradford."
My husband. My hero. My heart.

A very special thanks to those individuals who have done
what they can to help my career:
Harry Helm, of Waldenbooks,
Ron Hickman of FEC News in West Palm Beach, Florida,
Cessalee Hensley of Bookstop Bookstores, Austin, Texas,
Ric Williams of ET Distributing, Houston, Texas,
Jenny Jones of The Book Shelf, Grand Prairie, Texas.

And as always to:
Rebecca George, Jill Hunter, Amanda Jay,
and Phoebe Stell
For always being there for me.

And for Shelley Darmon, who never lost faith
in Damien's and Bonnie's story,
though occasionally I did.
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The hounds' baying brought Bonnie Eden's head up, and though her mind was groggy and hazy with pain she was lucid enough to know that if she didn't move soon the animals would find her.
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The handsome but moody Lord Damien Warwick reluctantly takes in a beautiful refugee from a British work house, but their hearts are plagued with conflict as their desire for each other becomes overwhelming.

From the horrors of a British work house comes sable-haired, violet-eyed Bonnie Eden, whose fate crosses the path of restless, moody Lord Damien Warwick. Desire and conflict rage side by side as Damien offers Bonnie shelter--until passion overwhelms them both!
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