Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Fire in Ember


The Fire in Ember starts really intense and does not let up!  Ember Rose, or Bert as she has always been called comes from a good-for-nothing family and she is done with it.  Trying out a fresh start with returning a horse that her brothers stole puts her at the wrong end of a noose.  She is barely saved by a nearby rancher, who is also a deputy-John Timmons.  When John saves Bert and puts her to work on his ranch he doesn’t realize she is a girl.  He doesn’t realize she is going to do funny things to his heart, doesn’t realize she is going to do funny things to his brother’s heart, and that her brothers are coming for her and bringing a whole lot of trouble with them! 

This is the sequel to A Woman Called Sage.  You can read this as a stand-alone like I did but I recommend reading A Woman Called Sage first.  There are a lot of references to it.  I haven’t read anything by Dianne Mills before, but I am an instant fan-this woman knows how to write a western!  This book had so many twists and turns, that I never knew where it was headed!   It was exciting until the very end.  This book had a very tender love story, great action, and was very unpredictable.  If you like a good ole cowboy story and I know you do-read this one! 

The Fire in Ember (Thorndike Christian Historical Fiction)

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