|Sweet Fire (1991) [Novel]|
by Jo Goodman
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She longed to have him
Told all her life that she was plain, Lydia Chadwick knew no man would come courting because of her looks. So it was with some suspicion that the shy, sweet San Francisco heiress woke one morning with a tall, dark, dangerously handsome husband she couldn't recall marrying. Lydia had lost her memory, and was desperate to discover if there was truly a love to remember. For as she looked at Nathan Hunter's lean, muscular frame, she longed to abandon herself to the sensual stranger, and believe -- if only for a little while -- that the possessive passion in his smoky gray eyes was really for her.
He ached to have her
Business and pleasure weren't supposed to mix, but in this case Nathan Hunter was willing to make an exception. After all, it was in his best interests to keep his new bride's mind off the secrets of her past. Making sure she didn't remember her hatred for him turned out to be the easy part, as he initiated the innocent Lydia into womanhood. Not so easy was keeping sight of his own goals as Lydia's sweet surrender wove a seductive spell around Nathan's heart, arousing emotions he had thought forever buried...
Original title: Sweet Fire
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Historical
Fiction→ Historical→ North America→ Nineteenth Century