Island Flame

Island Flame

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Taken captive by a pirate who demands her innocence in exchange for her life, Lady Catherine Aldley plots to destroy the lusty Jonathan Hale but realizes upon her rescue that she has fallen in love with him.

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Dear Listener,

It is difficult for an author to choose a favorite from among her own books, especially when she has been lucky enough—as I have—to make a career out of doing what she loves. But some stories are memorable because they mark an important milestone in an author’s life, and for me, perhaps none is more special than Island Flame—my very first book. I was thrilled when it was published, and now, more than thirty years later, I am just as excited to share it again with you.

Island Flame is a classic tale of romance on the high seas, featuring two extraordinary characters: the headstrong Lady Catherine Aldley and the legendary pirate Jonathan Hale. I don’t have to tell you that their tumultuous escapade sizzles with passion (lots of passion!), but what I hope you will take away most from Cathy and Jonathan is that dreams do come true—in love and in life. Mine did, and I hope yours will too.

I look forward to sharing many more adventures together in the future.

Enjoy!
Karen Robards



Publisher: New York : Pocket Star Books, 2012, c1981
ISBN: 9781491575826
9781451649789
Branch Call Number: PB FIC ROB
Characteristics: 393 p. ;,18 cm.

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