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Spring Fires (Beauvisage #3)

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  209 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Special Author's Cut Edition #2
Originally published by Ballantine Books

Hardened and cynical, Nicholai Beauvisage returns to America after a decade in France and brushes with death during the French Revolution. He lost his heart to a beauty who died at the guillotine and now Nicholai wants only to amuse himself with adventure and a woman in his bed. His heart is closed to
Mass Market Paperback, 425 pages
Published February 12th 1983 by Ballantine Books
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Barbara Svetlick
I have enjoyed her books and plan on reading all of them in this series. This one has far more spontaneous sex and mixes in the previous characters quite well.
I have no issues regarding Cynthia Wright's writing prowess, depth of characters, or the ingenuity of her plots. She is excellent on all accounts. What I cannot abide is a personal issue with me in that there is an over-emphasis on the graphic sexual nature in this series. It starts early-on and continues to the end. It is NOT what I read for! If you have no issues with the bedroom door being wide open, this is an author and series for you.
Diana Dupre
I had a hard time putting this book down. Dripping with romance and an indulgent storyline, this is my kind of romance novel. I jumped in with both feet and my heart was all in till the end. Happy endings, fairy take romance. This kind of novel is why I had trouble settling down, I wanted this kind of guy.
Lori Gartin
This was as good as the last one. I like this series a lot and it has some of the characters from the other books in this series. The author did great on this can't wait till the next one. Just so everyone knows their is 2 sets of series that goes together.
Regina Butler
I enjoyed this book a lot!
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cynthia Wright says:
Because so many readers have asked, "In what order should I read the Beauvisage & Raveneau books?" - here is that oft-requested list!
Although the titles stand alone, these two series intertwine with some characters crossing over, and many readers enjoy them in chronological order:
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