e-Book Stormfire download

e-Book Stormfire download

by Helen Bianchin

ISBN: 0263775984
ISBN13: 978-0263775983
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (1992)
Pages: 192
Category: Contemporary
Subategory: Love and Romance

ePub size: 1612 kb
Fb2 size: 1842 kb
DJVU size: 1675 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 892
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Like a moth to flame.

Like a moth to flame  . In Stormfire, Helen Bianchin gives us a widowed Australian heroine of French origins who works as a successful attorney, and a super wealthy, sexy American tycoon looking to expand his international empire in Australia, so he hires heroine's firm to handle all the necessary transactions. Except that is not where and when they initially meet.

Stormfire by Helen Bianchin - book cover, description, publication history. June 1993 : UK Paperback.

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Helen Bianchin (born 20 February in New Zealand) is a popular Australian writer of over 50 romance novels in Mills & Boon since 1975. Passion's Mistress (1994). Dangerous Alliance (1994). Desert Mistress (1996). The Bridal Bed (1998). Santanas Brothers Series. A Convenient Bridegroom (1999). Mistress by Arrangement (1999).

by Helen Bianchin and Helen Blanchin.

Ick story with so-called corporate entrepreneur being a complete sicko with his jealousy/hatred of his father's young bride. Demeaning, disgusting and demoralising. h is a spineless dither.....HEA is completely pathetic but in keeping with doormat h.

From Back Cover - Powerful and ruthless, Jake Hollingsworth was a force unto himself-dangerous and totally without mercy. He'd hated Lisette three years ago when she'd married his father. Clearly, his feelings hadn't changed, so why this intrusion into her life? She'd renounced her claim to the family fortune when Jake's father died. None of his actions made sense, unless he was attempting a cruel game of revenge. Yet, against her will, Lisette was being swept closer to the mesmeric lick of flame, wanting to tempt the devil-knowing she'd never be the same...