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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Exciting historical romance

    In 1596, raiders from both sides of the English-Scottish Borders constantly harass one another while blaming the lawlessness on the other side. The most triumphant reiver is the notorious (or perhaps renowned depending on the side of the line one resides) Scotsman, Rabbie Redcloake. While on a raid, Sir Hugh Graham and his men capture Rabbie, who remains unconcerned as he expects to be ransomed by Truce Day. However, Hugh tells his prisoner that he will break the law and hang him within a week. <P>Hugh¿s sister Janet learns what her sibling intends to do with his prisoner. She tries to talk him out of breaking the law, but he remains adamant. Desperate to keep her beloved people safe from the ire of Queen Elizabeth, Janet frees Rabbie. He worries about his angel of mercy and takes her prisoner so that Hugh cannot harm her. As Rabbie and Janet flee together, they fall in love with one another. However, fanatics from both sides of the border dispute reject any thought of peace in the area and are willing to kill a woman and a legend. <P>BORDER FIRE is the typical action-packed, one-sitting read from the great Amanda Scott. The story line centers on the intrigue and feud between the English and Scots living on the border between the two nations. The lead characters are a wonderful pair as the obstinate Janet tries to always do the right thing while the heroic Rabbie relishes his role as a reiver. The secondary characters move the plot forward and add the depth needed for the intense look inside the era. Sub-genre fans know that Ms. Scott is the grandmaster of Scottish historical romances and this novel will enhance her reputation for quality books even further. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2014

    BORDER FIRE

    Excellant.......get it !!!!! And sit back and enjoy. DPO

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2014

    Very good.

    I liked the part where Sir Hugh couldn't get any work done and had to do it in the stable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2013

    Shaeriff the alpha male pads in

    Hi im sheriff...you may join my pack.

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    Posted December 19, 2013

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