Hearts Afire

Hearts Afire

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"Sara Luck is an author to watch. Her well-developed characters, accurate historical settings, and hot naked men will have readers turning pages." - RT Book Reviews

She left behind fame and fortune, and discovered something far more precious: the love of a strong Western man.

From the spotlight . . .

The toast of New York's theater world, Sabrina Chadwick dazzled with her raven-haired beauty and brilliant performances. But her rising star came crashing down after a disastrous night of scandal and betrayal that left the young actress with nothing but a broken heart. Now the preacher's daughter who found glittering success on the stage must begin a new life somewhere she can escape her shattered past as Sabrina Chadwick.

. . . to love's shining light.

Lincoln Buchannan had no idea that the lovely lady new to Colorado Springs had been a star back East. The wealthy mine owner only knew that Victoria Drumm was stranded without accommodations in a city bustling with gold rush fever! Link offers Tori shelter in his sprawling home and agrees to help track down her brother, a fervent union organizer in nearby Cripple Creek. As desire flares between Tori and her rugged rescuer, so do the demands of striking miners in a violent and historic protest fueled by passionate convictions on both sides.
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2014
Edition: 1st Pocket Books paperback ed
ISBN: 9781476753775
1476753776
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 356 p. ; 17 cm

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