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MYRIAH FIRE

By: Claudy Conn | Other books by Claudy Conn
Published By: Claudy Conn
Published: Nov 28, 2011
ISBN # 9781465790415
Word Count: 62,000
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Categories: Romance>Historical Regency Romance>Historical Other Historical Fiction

Description
It started with a stolen kiss …
Fiery Myriah Whitney is wild of nature, contrary, and independent. But when her father catches her kissing the handsome Sir Roland (how else is she to determine if he is the one who will make her feel thunder and lightning, hear bells and music?), he declares that her days of headstrong independence are over. She will, he commands, announce her engagement to Sir Roland—immediately.

But in an age where marriages are about alliances rather than affection, practicality not passion, Myriah wants more—she wants to fall in love. And she does not love Sir Roland. So she runs away to her grandfather with her faithful manservant, Tabson, at her side.

A wrong turn in the fog, however, leads to the discovery of an injured young man, and before she knows it Myriah is caught up in world of intrigue and secrets. And when she meets the young man’s older brother, the mysterious Lord Kit Wimborne, the sparks fly. Their first encounter—in his bed, both of them naked, no less!—is an explosion of wills, and it is what finally set Myriah on fire.

She has, it seems, finally found her thunder and lightning…







 
Reader Rating:  starstarstarstarstar (37 Ratings)
Sensuality Rating:   lipliplipliplip
 
Editorial Reviews:
From Vonnie Faroqui of Writer's in the Sky
Myriah Fire allows Claudy's regency followers to appreciate what her paranormal romance fans have discovered âmind bending eroticism. A truly captivating tale with a blast of added sizzle, Myriah Fire will kindle the flames of your heart and burn up the night.
From Elfgirls Reviews (Laura Young) 5 stars
5 Stars Another brilliant romance by Claudy. Everything she write blows me away... Just had to add that. And the cover isn't it just pretty?
Excerpt:
She lay staring in utter disbelief
at the stranger she was still holding in her arms

Lantern in hand, Kit moved upstairs to his bedchamber. He was surprised the drapes in his room had been pulled tight but was too tired to contemplate the mystery. He set the lit lantern on a side table and shrugged out of his clothes. He then picked up the lantern and made his way to his bed, setting the lantern on the nightstand. However, there he stopped short.
Someone with long, flaming ringlets of hair was lying face down, covered only to her waist—in his bed!
His first thought made him grin. His puppy of a brother had no doubt brought her home with him, but why would the rascal send her off to his bedchamber?
Drape mystery solved, and another one to contemplate.
“Now what to do with you, sweet,” he murmured. Grinning, as he thought, One shouldn’t infringe on one’s brother’s property—but really, Billy, why the devil did you put her in my bed? This question repeated itself, and still grinning, his lordship decided the only thing to do in such a situation was to wake her—his way!
He nibbled at her delicate ears and placed a warm kiss on her throat. She groaned pleasurably. The sound stimulated him, and he leaned over her and took her mouth with his.
* * *
Myriah felt the sweet pressure, and her dream took on a new force, one that sent a fire bolt racing through her veins. Her arms went around the virile, muscular body, the source of her dream’s acute burning.
All at once Myriah was awake. Unable to speak in spite of the fact that her lips were now quite free, she lay staring in utter disbelief at the stranger she was still holding in her arms. She lay for a moment in quiet astonishment, trying to collect her thoughts as she stared at the stranger’s face.
He was smiling provocatively, and she noted the ruggedness of his features. Somehow, they seemed familiar. But he was a stranger nonetheless—and he was in her bed, taking advantage of her.
This notion was followed by the next, that being it was no doubt time to drop her arms and pull out of range, which she did speedily, wondering all the while how the deuce this situation had come to pass.
The gasp that had been stuck in her throat finally escaped. The words of outrage got mingled with fear, and she jumped up to a sitting position. Pulling the covers around herself, she pointed towards the door as she blubbered, “How dare you! Get out of my room!”
His voice was low, husky, and full with a sensually lined amusement. “Well, little bird, for one thing … this is my room. And for another, although I should be throwing you out, I think I’ll keep you in spite of your offense to my person.”


Reader Reviews (8)
Submitted By: beccagirl on Jan 2, 2014
First book I've read from this author and truly loved her! She made me laugh, cry and cheer for the characters. I will definately read her again.
Submitted By: PianoACS on Feb 24, 2013
This was a great historical story! In the authors forward she explained that this had been writen without the sensual senes and I have to say they did enhance the story! Definatly a winner!
Submitted By: shyan98 on Jan 2, 2013
great story line beliveable characters cant' wait for the next
Submitted By: dragonfly67 on Jan 1, 2013
Absolutely love all of Claudy Conn's books. love her writing style, excellent reading. Recommend anything done by her.
Submitted By: anonom on Feb 18, 2012
fun, adventure, sexy and endearing. A great regency read.
Submitted By: candices on Dec 4, 2011
Love, love, love Myriah Fire! It's a brilliant, fast paced and 'true to its title' going to catch you on fire romance. Looking forward to more! Hoping Claudy Conn plans to share more of her historical treasures with us.
Submitted By: candices on Dec 4, 2011
Love, love, love Myriah Fire! It's a brilliant, fast paced and 'true to its title' going to catch you on fire romance. Looking forward to more! Hoping Claudy plans to share more of her historical treasures with us.
Submitted By: Lisa J on Dec 4, 2011
This is a sweet, funny, charming romance. The characters are likeable and the story is well told. I loved all of the Claudette Williams (now Claudy Conn) books, but this one has always been my favorite. I hope she will put out more of her backlist.
 

MYRIAH FIRE

By: Claudy Conn
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