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With more than thirty-six million copies of her bestselling novels already in print, Kathleen E. Woodiwiess remains one of America's most successful and beloved storytellers. She is the author of twelve enormously successful masterworks of romantic fiction, including The Flame and the Flower, Shanna, Ashes in the Wind, Petals on the River, and The Elusive Flame.
This book is sooooooo!!!!! excellent. It was the first love story I have ever read by Kathaleen Woodiwiss. Therefore, she has inspired me to keep pursuin her astounding novels. Read morePublished on July 13 2006 by Jazz
Well.. She is not the best character for Woodiwiss' heroine. Witty, yes. Hot tempered, definettely. Stupid, yes. Spoilt, absolutely. Read morePublished on May 26 2003
I don't see how anyone could find Maxim lacking, or Elise for that matter. But I certainly didn't like having to read so far into the book before Maxim became involved in the... Read morePublished on Oct. 8 2002
What an insult to one's intelligence to read such drivel! The author must have learned a new word "akimbo" just prior to writing this book, and tried to use it in every... Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2001
I don't know why, but I didn't like this book. Maybe I wasn't content with Elise - I prefer calmer heroines, like Heather from „The flame and the flower". Read morePublished on June 28 2001 by Kristina Polonyova
Predictable romance, but still very fun to read and the author definitely transports you to the time and place. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2001
I love this book! It's one of my personal favorites that I have read over and over. It's a great story!! Enjoy!!Published on Aug. 27 2000
My favorite Kathleen Woodiwiss novel is Shanna, but this one is also very good. I haven't finished it yet, but I feel I can recommend it already. (I'm about halfway through. Read morePublished on April 13 2000