Prairie Fire

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Chloe visit to her brother's ranch in 1893 Oklahoma Territory finds her entangled in clumsy matchmaking efforts and being followed by a ghost named Fire Horse. Handsome but cantankerous rancher Max McKee finds Chloe fascinating. When a series of fires spooks the local ranchers, Chloe and Max work together to discover who is setting those fires and try not to get themselves killed in the process. More
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About Terri Branson

Terri Branson is an author, an editor, and a graphics artist. After earning an associate degree in math and science, she turned to the studies of creative writing and graphic arts. She has sold articles on the craft of writing and conducted workshops at local writers groups. BROTHER DRAGON won the EPPIE 2005 Best Children's Book trophy, and COSMIC SCULPTURE won the EPPIE 2004 Best Anthology trophy. Other fiction publications include the paranormal romance MUSK RAIN, the western romance PRAIRIE FIRE, the science fiction novel DRAGON'S DEN. Other children's picture book publications include: A VERY DRAGON CHRISTMAS, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO THE ZOO, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO TOWN, SCOOTER'S WORLD, TYLER ON THE MOON, and WATCH FOR FALLING ROCK. Additional publications include the adult coloring book, GEODOODLES, and the non-fiction/spirituality book, A PSYCHIC LIFE.

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Harmony Byars reviewed on March 19, 2022

If you're looking for a sexy western romance that keeps you turning the pages long into the night, then you need to read PRAIRIE FIRE. Chloe is a woman with a good mind and a strong character, one who will not be held down by social norms. Max is the quintessential cowboy, who is as sexy as he is dangerous. When Chloe shows up at her brother's ranch in Oklahoma Territory, she meets several men seeking a wife. Max was only interested in buying some horses, and then he met Chloe. The story is filled with fires, floods, outlaws, vengeance, and a lot of personal heat between Chloe and Max. PRAIRIE FIRE is well-written and a lot of fun to read.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Suzi Taylor reviewed on Feb. 26, 2022

Prairie Fire may refer to the mysterious fires that keep popping up in this story of the late 18th century Oklahoma Territory, but there is certainly a burning heat of passion between heroine Chloe Talley Marsh and hero Max McKee, almost from the moment they meet. Despite the rules of conventional society that purport to discourage their union, the driving force of love takes them uncontrollably near the point of no return. Only one thing can stop them—the secrets that each of them hold that could detonate any chance of happiness. That, and a mysterious ghost of flame that threatens with every life in Lincoln County. A great story that kept the pages turning faster and faster until the spectacular end.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)
nonnie433 reviewed on July 21, 2019

PRAIRIE FIRE is an exciting and vivid portrayal of life in a small county in Oklahoma Territory in the late 1890's. The author brought the characters to life and I couldn't put it down. I was very sad when it ended. How about a sequel to PRAIRIE FIRE!
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
chaosarts reviewed on June 10, 2017

PRAIRIE FIRE paints a vivid and accurate portrayal of life in the wild west days of Oklahoma Territory. This steamy, well-written western romance is filled with interesting characters and lots of plot twists, including a mischievous ghost called Fire Horse.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Amber Sparks reviewed on June 9, 2017

PRAIRIE FIRE is a meaty romantic romp through the old West with strong characters who know their own minds. Set in 1890's Oklahoma Territory, the setting is historically accurate and vivid. The added element of the ghost story provides a unique flavor. This is a fun read that will keep you turning the pages!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Pat Gaines reviewed on May 14, 2017

PRAIRIE FIRE is a delightful romp through 1890s Oklahoma Territory with a feisty heroine who will not be restrained, a scrumptious cowboy with secrets, outlaws, bad guys, and a mysterious ghost tossed into the mix. This is a well-written, fast-paced western tale equally enjoyable for women and men. I highly recommend this book. Definitely a 5-STAR read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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