Escaping the Fire

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
It's 1669, and feisty Isobel de Toledo is betrothed to be married to the son of a rich landowner when she learns people in her Seville, including her friends, are being burned at the stake.

Now she must act or be killed. More

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About Carolyn Chambers Clark

We're writing partners who write in many different genres, usually with humor and always with passion. And, yes, we love to line dance!

Carolyn is a nurse practitioner with a doctorate in nursing education from Columbia University and was a forensic examiner. Tony is a retired businessman and ammunition renovation specialist, a NJ boy with his own brand of humor. Carolyn has many of her non-fiction, health-related books posted at her website at http://www.carolynchambersclark.com. Find some of them here, also.

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Reviews

Review by: Ey Wade on Dec. 31, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this story. Through a fantastic and precise flow of words Carolyn had me running along with Isobel as she escaped through the many trials she had to endure just to fulfill her lust to heal the infirmed. Some of the escapades had my own heart ready to stop.Because of the fear from those not used to 'natural' healings, all hell fell on the girl's life.
I learned a lot of history(one of my fav subjects) and was never bored. A great read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Tammy Thomas on Oct. 20, 2011 :
My thoughts on this book....
This book was a bit different from my usual. History was never a strong point for me, so when I saw this was a historical romance, I thought to myself, will I like it.

I must admit, I did like the book. The plots were good. A few of the character names were a bit different, which was a nice switch. While reading, I found myself not wanting to put the book down, as I kept wondering what would happen next. The only thing I found fault with, was the fact that there really wasn't a lot of romance in it. (I am a romantic at heart and love more romance in my books.) I'm not saying there wasn't any romance, just not enough in my opinion.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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