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Forbidden Fires

4.10  ·  Rating Details  ·  89 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Beautiful and hot-headed, Caitlyn had vowed to hate all Indians until the day she died. After all, weren't they the ones responsible for the senseless massacre of her beloved brothers? But when she gazed into the defiant eyes of the half-breed her father was planning to hang, she knew she couldn't let an innocent man die.

She wanted to scorn Stalking Wolf as the other towns
Paperback, 445 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Leisure Books (first published 1990)
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This book is an absolute classic! Native American interracial/ cultural historical romance that dares touch upon openly voiced and acted upon bigotry and prejudice. Before the days of political correctness, historical romance novelist dared to cross the lines and face up to the facts as they were in this period of time. The message is the same then as it is now. When you open your mind and your heart you can lo
Aug 09, 2013 Rebecca rated it it was ok
I've read books by Madeline Baker before, and, for the most part, liked them well enough. However, Forbidden Fires was one of those books I just couldn't seem to find much at all to like. Some of her books take a bit of a stretch of the imagination to believe. This one requires so much of a stretch it could span the Grand Canyon. Often enough with the Romance genre as a whole, the "hero" will start out being rather unlikable and then come around. In this case, the hero was fine from the start. I ...more
Oct 17, 2014 Julie rated it liked it
enjoyed this book
Watch for my review of this book on Romancing the Book blog in the near future
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Madeline Ruth was born on 1963 in California, where she raised. She married her high school sweetheart and they have three sons, all handsome enough to be cover models. Growing up, her favorite pastimes were going to the movies and going horseback riding on Saturday mornings at Griffith Park. Madeline has always been "horse happy." A horse was the one thing she asked for on every birthday and ever ...more
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