Woman on Fire

I love romance and so I read almost any romance that out there, but I've only just discovered the multicultural/interracial category. Now I can't wait to read everything that I can in the category, especially anything written by Fran Lee. I believe she is on the way to becoming my favorite author. I read Ms. Lee's Woman on Fire in one sitting. I could not put it down. Lucky for me it was a weekend and I did not have much to do other than make sure the family was fed. I loved this sweet story about acceptance, understanding and learning to love again between Cheyenne and Azrael. The love scenes were hot and I felt like a voyeur, not in a bad way, but because the author was very descriptive and painted such a wonderful picture with her words that everything was so vivid. The story had a natural flow to it. A stunning Top Pick!


Book Blurb for Woman on Fire

Azrael Thunder Horse never thought another Anglo woman could possibly knock him for a loop after leaving Hollywood. Despite the instant shot of lust he feels when he first lays eyes on his new Native American Studies teacher, he’s determined to get rid of her. After all…she misled him with that damn Indian name of hers! But the stubborn redhead has a thing or two to say when he tries to fire her.

Cheyenne Red Wolf has never met a more maddening, arrogant, downright irritating man. He hates her on sight. Too bad he’s the hottest thing she’s ever seen…and her new boss. The man tried to fire her because she wasn’t a “real” Indian. Good thing he can’t stand her, because she sure as hell wouldn’t be able to say no to all that sexy, hardheaded, Lakota masculinity.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2011 5.00