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This book is one of the less famous Fern Michaels romances, but definitely one of her best. I can remember reading it in high school. Fern Michaels was a favorite of mine, and I had been working my way through all of the "Captive" series. "Cinders to Satin" was a bit of a departure, but I loved it! It's more complex than many historical romances both from the eighties and now in that it covers a longer period of time, and we watch the heroine, Callie James, grow and experience a lot before she ends up with the hero, Byrch Kenyon, though their lives do intersect throughout much of the book. But when they do hook-up, look out! It's a memorable scene that I've never forgotten. If you haven't read "Cinders to Satin," don't miss it!
Shauna Summers, Senior Editor --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
Fern Michaels is the bestselling author of the Texas quartet of sizzling contemporary novels: Texas Rich, Texas Heat, Texas Fury, and Texas Sunrise. She is also the author of For All Their Lives, Seasons of Her Life, and To Have and to Hold.
Fern Michaels lives in South Carolina. She has five grown children, two grandchildren, four dogs, and a passionate interest in historic houses. She is an animal rights activist.
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I did love it. Different from the Sisterhood series that I have read. I have not read any by Fern Michaels that I did not enjoy.Published 11 months ago by Tammy Allen
This was my first book by Fern Michaels and it is one of the best books I have ever read. I like the starting, very well written. Read morePublished on March 8 2000