Hidden Fires

Back in print after 12 years, here is a rare historical romance from the bestselling author of Where There's Smoke. In 1800s Texas, a wealthy matriarch makes a scandalous offer to a preacher's daughter: to marry, in name only, her rebellious son. Now, embroiled in a nightmare of distrust and betrayal, the innocent young lady must try to melt the ice of hatred around the playboy's heart.

Preacher's daughter Lauren Holbrook thinks that she is going to work for wealthy Olivia Lockett as a secretary. Instead, the matriarch makes Lauren a scandalous offer to marry her son in name only. Jared, the heir to the Lockett dynasty, is a known playboy rebel. Lauren, achingly aware of her feelings for Jared, marries him. But will Lauren's love for Jared be strong enough to make the risky marriage work?

Review:

ONE OF FICTION'S BRIGHTEST STARS .

-- Dallas Morning News

Author:
Sandra Brown
Format:
Paperback

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Back in print after 12 years, here is a rare historical romance from the bestselling author of Where There's Smoke. In 1800s Texas, a wealthy matriarch makes a scandalous offer to a preacher's daughter: to marry, in name only, her rebellious son. Now, embroiled in a nightmare of distrust and betrayal, the innocent young lady must try to melt the ice of hatred around the playboy's heart.

Preacher's daughter Lauren Holbrook thinks that she is going to work for wealthy Olivia Lockett as a secretary. Instead, the matriarch makes Lauren a scandalous offer to marry her son in name only. Jared, the heir to the Lockett dynasty, is a known playboy rebel. Lauren, achingly aware of her feelings for Jared, marries him. But will Lauren's love for Jared be strong enough to make the risky marriage work?

Review:

ONE OF FICTION'S BRIGHTEST STARS .

-- Dallas Morning News

Product details

Author:
Sandra Brown
Publisher:
WARNER BOOKS
ISBN:
9780446364157
Pages:
384
Width (mm):
107
Length (mm):
175
Weight (g):
190

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