Fire & Frost

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In a winter so cold the Thames freezes over, five couples find a love to warm their hearts. Love unexpected, rekindled, or brand new—even one that’s a whack on the side of the head—heats up the frigid winter. After weeks of fog and cold, all five stories converge on the ice at the 1814 Frost Fair in a charity auction on behalf of the suffering veterans of the Napoleonic wars. More
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About Caroline Warfield

Caroline Warfield has at various times been an army brat, a librarian, a poet, a raiser of children, a nun, a bird watcher, an Internet and Web services manager, a conference speaker, an indexer, a tech writer, a genealogist, and, of course, a romantic. She has sailed through the English channel while it was still mined from WWII, stood on the walls of Troy, searched Scotland for the location of an entirely fictional castle (and found it), climbed the steps to the Parthenon, floated down the Thames from the Tower to Greenwich, shopped in the Ginza, lost herself in the Louvre, gone on a night safari at the Singapore zoo, walked in the Black Forest, and explored the underground cistern of Istanbul. By far the biggest adventure has been life-long marriage to a prince among men.

She sits in front of a keyboard at a desk surrounded by windows, looks out at the trees and imagines. Her greatest joy is when one of those imaginings comes to life on the page and in the imagination of her readers.

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Reviews of Fire & Frost by Caroline Warfield, Sherry Ewing, Rue Allyn, Amy Quinton, Jude Knight, & Bluestocking Belles

Corinne80 reviewed on June 12, 2020

These Bluestocking Belles are very talented writers. Their styles in writing these stories are quite similar, thus there is a comfortable continuity in reading.
In all of the stories, characters reappear and some are added from the authors' other stories, e.g. Caroline Warfield's contribution takes place before A Dangerous Nativity and includes Lady Georgiana from Dangerous Works.
Amy Quinton's contribution was the most humorous, with a bit of risqué humor shared between h and H.
(reviewed 56 days after purchase)
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