Touch Me with Fire

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With this gorgeous new edition of a timeless romance, bestselling author Nicole Jordan proves that classics are always in style. Touch Me with Fire is a bewitching novel of breathtaking passion.
“Ms. Jordan proves herself a marvelous storyteller.”
–Rendezvous

Blaise St. James, her violet eyes blazing with resolve and her raven-haired allure disguised under drab servants’ clothes, flees her privileged life ...

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Overview

With this gorgeous new edition of a timeless romance, bestselling author Nicole Jordan proves that classics are always in style. Touch Me with Fire is a bewitching novel of breathtaking passion.
“Ms. Jordan proves herself a marvelous storyteller.”
–Rendezvous

Blaise St. James, her violet eyes blazing with resolve and her raven-haired allure disguised under drab servants’ clothes, flees her privileged life rather than be married off to some unfeeling English gentleman. But after encountering Julian Morrow, Viscount Lynden, she is caught in his spell.

With the face and form of an Adonis, and the charisma that comes only with wealth and good breeding, Julian is undoubtedly an aristocrat. Yet his soul bears the scars of war and of a woman’s treachery, and his searing blue eyes speak with a passion that belies his noble blood. Blaise trembles at his very touch, helpless to his sensual kisses. He will have her–whether she is the innocent runaway she claims to be, or the skilled seductress he suspects. But his proposal is not one a gentleman makes to a lady. . . .

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780804119870
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 11/28/2006
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprinted Edition
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 697,400
  • Product dimensions: 4.15 (w) x 6.87 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

Nicole Jordan is the nationally bestselling author of numerous historical romances. She lives with her real-life hero (her husband) in the Rocky Mountains of Utah, where she is at work on her next sizzling Regency novel of dangerous rakes and bold adventurers. You can e-mail her via her website at www.NicoleJordanAuthor.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2007

    Reissue Touched with Fire

    Touch Me With Fire is a story that blazes with passion and senuality, as the handsome and charasmatic Julian Morrow, Vicount Lynden pursues the beautiful violet eyed, raven haired, Blaise St. James. Julian, an injured war hero is now home from Spain struggling with not only the deep physical and emotional pains of war, but the struggles and rumors surrounding the death of his first wife, which originally caused him to run off and fight so far away from England. Upon his return home, he happens across young Blaise, dressed as a servant, as she is on the run from her guardians and an unwanted arranged marriage. Julian does not realize Blaise is a 'lady' and wants her as his mistress. He offers to take her to her gypsy friends and there in the romantic setting of the gypsy camp pursues her with lust and passion that the young, innocent Blaise struggles with and does not truly understand. Under the guidance and love of her gypsy friends, which are like family to her, she begins to fall in love with Julian. While Julian knows he lusts for Blaise, he struggles with his true feelings of love, as he watches the young, kind, loving Blaise care for him and others in the gypsy camp. He sets many alluring passionate traps for Blaise, who is drawn to this handome, sexy, yet troubled man. Finally he can no longer wait and arranges to have her, only to be caught and discover that she is not truly his firey gyspy, but a 'lady' of the ton. He feels betrayed and manipulated and Blaise is confused, as their troubled, sensual marriage begins and the mystery surrounding the death of Julian's first wife begins to unravel to a surprise ending. The book is well-written and researched with strong characters, deep mystery, inner emotional stuggles, passion, desire, and love scenes beautifully written that keep the reader riveted to the page. It was a pleasure to read this book the first time around and it was even more pleasurable to visit it again as a reissue.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2006

    Another great love story from Nicole Jordan

    Nicole Jordan is an amazing writer who combines well-drawn, believable characters, wonderful plot twists, and --always-- great steamy love scenes. Oh, and one more thing. She does her historical/cultural homework. I learned more about Gypsy culture (they figure prominently in the story) from this one novel than I have learned in all my previous years. And she paints pictures in her scenes, so full of detail that you are able to 'fall' into the story. The characters do that to you. She has a real gift. Blaise, the heroine, is not my very fave type of female character --she is very headstrong-- but to her credit she IS brave, true, and ingenious. She loves Julian almost immediately (me too!). He may appear to be cold at first, but it's simply a front, a defense mechanism. He proves to be rather HOT... In turn, Julian gradually begins to love Blaise for her spirit and her true love of life, and, in the end, for bringing his soul back to life. Julian has been through hell on the Continent in the Wars, and is widely believed by all the locals to have murdered his first wife, Caroline. The evidence against him is circumstantial but quite damning. Julian also blames himself, since he feels (indirectly) responsible for her death, and he's stuck at an emotional crossroads which those of us with a bit of life experience can easily relate to. Blaise wants to help Julian (so did I!). I love Ms. Jordan's books, and I anxiously await her next novel!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2012

    Chase

    Up for a threesum?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2012

    Keneen

    He groaned, sending vi brations through her pu$$y. He fuqed her with his tounge.

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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    Highly Recommended-must read

    I enjoyed this book as I doo all of Nicole Jordan Books. There was a lot of deatil and you felt like you were a part of the plot. The realtionship between Julian and Blaise with explosive. This book is a keeper to rearead again

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  • Posted February 16, 2010

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    Better Than Expected

    This book took me a little to get into but I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I wasn't too annoyed with the Gypsy stuff and I liked both the main characters.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2006

    Definitely the WORST of NJs books...

    I am usually anticipating her releases but this one was very difficult to get through. Characters were not engaging, the dialog bordered on corny, and the storyline was poorly developed. I only read it a few days ago and I can barely remember what it was about. Very hard to finish the entire book. All in all a huge disappointment. Please don't waste your money on this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2006

    What was I thinking?

    I've liked some of Jordan's work in the past, and I've enjoyed most of her historicals. Unfortunately I just picked up this book with my eyes closed. Not only did I skip pages, but I ended up throwing it away halfway through...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2006

    Delightful!

    Touch Me With Fire is one of Jordan's earliest books and is more of a romp than her later ones. But it's still quite hot and brimming with her usual deep emotion. Blaise is a lively, spirited heroine who's a perfect foil for brooding hero Julian. Julian is sensual and delicious but a wounded soul in search of healing. Sparks fly from the first and then deepen into love. A sizzling, totally enjoyable romance from a master storyteller.

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