Desert Fire

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
She felt something on her face. It was cool, soothing, moist. Her throat burned and constricted and when she tried to swallow, she couldn’t.

“Ma’am?” She heard the voice, but it seemed so far away. “Ma’am?” It came again, closer this time. “Can you hear me, ma’am?” A man’s voice, deep and stern.

She attempted to speak, but found it impossible. More

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Words: 45,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465740748
About Marcia Lynn McClure

Marcia Lynn McClure weaves her tales of love, life, laughter and adventure around those compelling, romantic moments which most appeal to a woman's romantic and loving heart. Gazing out her window into the surreal beauty of the New Mexico desert, she writes her stories inspired by the heat and sun, landscape and traditions of her surroundings. Blissful in the company of her wonderful husband, two sons, a daughter, son-in-law and grandson, Marcia continues to captivate readers with her own, unique and beloved stories.

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Books by Marcia Lynn McClure:

A Better Reason to Fall in Love
A Crimson Frost
An Old-Fashioned Romance
Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine
Born for Thorton’s Sake
Desert Fire
Divine Deception
Dusty Britches
Kiss in the Dark
Kissing Cousins
Love Me
One Classic Latin Lover, Please
Romantic Vignettes – The Anthology of Premiere Novellas
Saphyre Snow
Shackles of Honor
Sudden Storms
Sweet Cherry Ray
Take a Walk With Me
The Chimney Sweep Charm
The Fragrance of Her Name
The Haunting of Autumn Lake
The Heavenly Surrender
The Highwayman of Tanglewood
The Light of the Lovers’ Moon
The Pirate Ruse
The Prairie Prince
The Rogue Knight
The Tide of the Mermaid Tears
The Time of Aspen Falls
The Touch of Sage
The Trove of the Passion Room
The Visions of Ransom Lake
The Whispered Kiss
The Windswept Flame
To Echo the Past
Weathered Too Young

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Review by: ACWinOH on Oct. 14, 2012 :
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: ACWinOH on Aug. 14, 2012 : (no rating)
I was drawn to the "clean romance" description because I don't need graphic love scenes to complete a reading experience. I enjoyed Desert Fire from the first words and felt Ms McClure did a fine job with the story. Familiar plots with interesting twists, and not totally predictable either! I'm a granny and not a "young adult" but definitely enjoyed the story anyway!

A young woman rescued by a man living with his widowed mom and two adult brothers living in an area where folks don't automatically assume the worst?! Recipe for romantical things, all right!

In my library of re-readables.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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