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Thursday, February 16, 2006

The Fire Inside by Kat Martin


Kassandra "Kitt" Wentworth was no ordinary young woman. Headstrong and rebellious, this daughter of a viscount had no intention of obeying her father, submitting to a husband ... or falling in love. But she never thought a man like Clayton Harcourt would pursue her. As the bastard son of a wealthy duke, Clay was no stranger to scandal. Taking a wife was not his plan, but Kitt's wild spirit drew him like a flame in the darkness, and the gossip swirling around her awakened a desire to tame and protect her. When Clay lays a trap for marriage, Kitt can't help but surrender to the passion he stirs within her. But will a secret from her past keep her from trusting her heart to the magnificent rogue who arouses her most burning desires?

The heroine in this book royally pisses me off. During the first half of the book she showed a lot of promise. She was spunky and had some attitude, which I love. But by the middle of the book she was just down right irritating. And by the end of the book I was hating her.

The hero, Clayton, pretty much saved the book. He was sweet, funny, and sexy as all hell. Plus, I liked that he had a backbone and didn't just bend over for the heroine.

3.0 out of 5 (because of the dumb heroine)

The other 2 books from the series are:

Heartless
Fanning the Flame

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