Innocent Fire

Innocent Fire

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Overview

Leaving behind the sheltered life of a French convent, Miranda journeyed to the New World and an arraged marriage to a prosperous Texan rancher. Arriving in America, the innocent European met her fiance's freind Derek Bragg, a rough-hewn Texas Ranger, whose harsh manner and candid comments about her beauty enraged the shy miss. Although Bragg fought to deny his feelings for his charge, he knew that he was falling in love with her. Miranda, too, was struggling with her desire for her escort as they trekked across the treacherous wilderness. Drawn to the lawman—enflamed by his raw masculine virility—will Miranda sacrifice her innocence to the fire blazing out of control in her heart?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780380755615
Publisher: HarperCollins US
Publication date: 01/29/2008
Series: Bragg Saga , #1
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.19(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.96(d)

About the Author

Known primarily for her historical romances, Brenda Joyce is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed de Warenne series, as well as the Deadly series and the Dark series. She has written over 50 novels and novellas and there are more than 14 million copies of her books in print. An avid equestrian, Joyce lives on a ranch in Arizona with her family.

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Innocent Fire (Bragg Saga Series) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
God, Miranda is wicked cold! I feel sorry for her husband! She acts like she's 11 years old. Weird story
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Depressing, but hey. We all know Life isn't just rainbows and lollipops. I like it. Nice names, too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*Shade sat on a small wooden crate, thinking of the argument he had earlier with his divorced mom.* <br> "Tyrone, if you get arrested one more time. I will put you out of this house for good!" <br> 'Shade, you ready?' Said Teepoc,as he slide a pistol into his belt buckle. "Yea.." replied Shade. *Shade stood and pulled his skeleton mouthed,blue bandana over his nose & mouth, covering his blue pigmented skin. He followed closely behind Teepoc, until they saw Dead Rice, Juicy Jar, and Rad Money standing by a 2013 Black Mustang.* "Eh! Dead Rice! We ready!" Yelled Teepoc. 'Okay! Teepoc, get in the passanger seat. Juicy, you got the upstairs. Money & Shade, you two are gonna enter the store. Let's roll out!' *Shade tucked his pistol in his belt buckle and climbed into the backseat next to Rad money.* <p> *Shade & Money casually entered the convenience store and pulled out their pistols. Money pointed his pistol at an old chinese woman* 'Whwre's the money!' "Under the counter.." 'Shade, get the money!' *Shade hopped over the counter and grabbed a huge jar of money. He set it on the counter and climbed back over.* 'Yo, Shade! Get some beer too!" *Shade went toward the back,when yelling occurs. The yelling is followed by two gun shots and someone screaming. Money runs out the store with the jar of money; Shade walks toward the front. He sees his mom, bleeding to death on the ground. A shot to the chest & neck. He drops the beer and runs over to his mom* "Mom! Stay with me! Mom! No! Mom! Don't Go! Mom!!!!" <p> *The police sirens flash in the convenience store as they pass to follow Teepoc and them. Shade held his dead mother in his arms crying softly. The chinese ladywatched from her office, wondering if she should comfort him.* <br> *a police car pulled up to the store and Shade made a ran for it, after kissing his mom's cheek.* "We shall meet again..." <p> If you liked this chapter, I'll make another. Plz comment and give me advice. Okay! Bye now!
mds84 More than 1 year ago
loved it
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I found Miranda extremely frustrating. She was so "innocent" she was plain stupid. She was kidnapped three times by Comanches and was completely helpless. She was not an inspiring or likeable character. I will give Brenda Joyce credit for trying to come up with a different romance story. Miranda's christianity is mentioned throughout the story.