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Burn On, Sweet Fire

3.58  ·  Rating details ·  31 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews

From Black Jack's pirate lair to the lush green Virginia countryside, beautiful young Robyn Tremonte wove a tangled web of deceit. Trapped by her own lies, she concealed her identity from the rugged sea captain who had saved her life. Then, beneath the furled canvas of a sleek merchantman, she surrendered to ecstasy sharper than a gleaming cutlass, and gave
Mass Market Paperback, 474 pages
Published February 1987 by Leisure Books
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Good heavens. I think this may have hit every BR trope in existence

* Pirates
* Spitfire h - Robyn (aka Robbie) raised with said pirates
* Colonial planter & playboy H (Court) who happens to own a merchant ship and be planning to marry a suitable society snob (thanks Woodiwiss)
* h dressed as boy and the accompanying shenanigans that go along with the mistaken id
* H takes her virginity thinking she's someone else (because - hey - Robbie is a boy) Woodiwiss did that one too.
* Once rev
Lauren (Sugar & Snark)
A true summer holiday trashy romance read! This book is a classic bodice ripper.
Lord Rose
I was really hovering between two or three stars, because there were parts I liked, but ultimately, I felt rather unsatisfied with the book, so it gets two. (This review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk.)

The hero treats the heroine like crap for large portions of the book, but there is not a single apology anywhere. Even when she calls him out on his hypocritical BS, he brushes it off, and she seems to forget about it.

The hero is quite clear about his hypocrisies right from the beginn
Jan 11, 2017 rated it did not like it
*Warning: Spoilers*

This book was like a train wreck - I hated it, but couldn't stop reading. I kept hoping it would get better, but it didn't.

The hero rapes the heroine REPEATEDLY throughout the novel. She says no (and the author makes it known that she actually fears him and MEANS "no"), yet he ignores her and insists she's just being coy. Um, no. He is ruthless to her, just because he believes she isn't a virgin (like that's supposed to give you the right to treat someone like that???). He cla
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