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Deborah Sinclair is a beautiful, accomplished young heiress with a staggering dowry. But her fortune does her no good when, one horrible night, Chicago is engulfed in flames.
Tom Silver will walk through fire to avenge a terrible injustice and he may have to. But when he makes Deborah a pawn in his revenge, the heat of the inferno fades next to the attraction he feels for his captive. And the further he takes her from everything she's known, the stronger their passion grows, until it threatens to consume them both.
"Four and a half Stars! Wiggs masterfully combines real historical events with a powerful captive/captor romance. . ." Romantic Times
October 8, 1871. One small spark ignites the entire city of Chicago, sending its residents into panic. But amid the chaos, a chance encounter leads to an unexpected new love, in this popular reissue from #1 New York Times-bestselling author Wiggs.
After defying her father's attempts to arrange a society marriage and escaping from the Chicago fire of 1871 which destroyed her home, heiress Deborah Sinclair finds herself held hostage by an angry and darkly attractive captor.
As the 1971 Chicago fire engulfs a city, Tom Silver attempts to use Deborah Sinclair as a pawn in his game of revenge, but he cannot deny their attraction to each other and their passion burns as hot as the historic inferno in their midst. By the author of At the Queen's Summons. Reissue.