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Tough and independent, Callie James fights her way out of Dublin, trying to build a better life in America, where she attracts the interest of journalist Byrch Kenyon, rich but destructive Rossiter Powers, and compassionate Hugh MacDuff.
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This book is one of the less famous Fern Michaels romances, but definitely one of her best. I can remember reading it in high school. Fern Michaels was a favorite of mine, and I had been working my way through all of the "Captive" series. "Cinders to Satin" was a bit of a departure, but I loved it! It's more complex than many historical romances both from the eighties and now in that it covers a longer period of time, and we watch the heroine, Callie James, grow and experience a lot before she ends up with the hero, Byrch Kenyon, though their lives do intersect throughout much of the book. But when they do hook-up, look out! It's a memorable scene that I've never forgotten. If you haven't read "Cinders to Satin," don't miss it!
Shauna Summers, Senior Editor
Before her Vegas trilogy and Texas saga soared onto bestseller lists, millions of readers were captivated by the thrilling historical romances written by Fern Michaels. Here is one of her all-time classics, a bold tale of a brave immigrant girl who in the late nineteenth century journeys to a new world and a promising future, risking her heart to make her dreams come true....
Callie James learned to survive in the squalid back alleys of Dublin. Tough, spirited, and beautiful, she was sent to New York to find her fortune. There she discovered friendship and encouragement from newspaperman Byrch Kenyon, who saw in the brash girl the desirable woman she would one day become. Rossiter Powers, the rich son of a respected family, saw something else in Callie -- and nearly destroyed her. Hugh MacDuff, rich only in love and compassion, did his best to save her. But Callie -- strong, smart, and determined to succeed -- insisted on taking charge of her own destiny.
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Book Description Thorndike Pr, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110786246898