Scarlett: The Women of Fire Trilogy: Book One

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The daughter of an English aristocrat and a gentle governess, she was lovely, intelligent, and had a quality that drew all men to her, ensnaring them fatally in a web of charm—her one flaw was her uncontrollable and tempestuous nature

Sir John Danesfield, captivated by his illegitimate daughter's spirit, takes her to Regency London to live with his mistress. At the age of 15, Scarlett falls in love with the Vicomte Gerard de Valle, an impoverished French nobleman. Believing him ...

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Overview

The daughter of an English aristocrat and a gentle governess, she was lovely, intelligent, and had a quality that drew all men to her, ensnaring them fatally in a web of charm—her one flaw was her uncontrollable and tempestuous nature

Sir John Danesfield, captivated by his illegitimate daughter's spirit, takes her to Regency London to live with his mistress. At the age of 15, Scarlett falls in love with the Vicomte Gerard de Valle, an impoverished French nobleman. Believing him lost to her, she enters a loveless marriage arranged by her father. But Scarlett can never forget the man who had captured her heart, and embarks on an epic journey across the Napoleonic war-ravaged wastes of Europe and the snowy battlefields of Russia, in search of the man she loves, and the destiny that awaits her.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780749954376
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books
  • Publication date: 10/6/2011
  • Series: Women of Fire Trilogy Series
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Claire Lorrimer began writing at the age of 10, encouraged by her mother, the author Denise Robins. Her post as a subeditor on a woman's magazine gave her an insight into the world of publishing, but it was during World War II that her writing career became firmly established. She subsequently turned to historical fiction.
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