Fever by Elizabeth Lowell

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Rancher Rye swore he’d never get burnt again, but now he’s feeling the heat . . . - Lisa Johansen, world traveler, had tasted the exotic and seen the extraordinary. But when a rancher called Rye came into her life, he ignited a feverish desire foreign to her mind, her body, her soul . . . Rye was certain Lisa was like the gold-digging women in his past. He'd been burned before, and he vowed he would make no more mistakes. Still, he found it hard to resist her. Before he knew it, he'd gotten dangerously close to the flame. But it was too late – he was addicted to the fire.

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About Elizabeth Lowell

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Ann Maxwell was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1944. She was educated at the University of California, Davis and the University of California, Riverside, where she received a B.A. in 1966. She married Evan Maxwell, a journalist, on September 4, 1966. They have published numerous novels together including The Silk Strategy, The Ruby, Steal the Sun, Redwood Empire, and The Golden Mountain. She started her writing career in 1975 with the science fiction novel Change. She has written over 60 novels and one non-fiction book. The novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, from romance to mystery to suspense. She has written under numerous pen names including A. E. Maxwell, Annalise Sun, and Lowell Charters. In 1982, she began publishing romance novels as Elizabeth Lowell. She was awarded the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in 1994, Romance Writers of America Best Historical Romance in 1994, and the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1994. Her title Beautiful Sacrifice made The New York Times Best Seller List for 2012.
Published March 1, 1988 by Silhouette. 188 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Then they kiss and kiss and kiss and then they go on to more and more and more as the sexual tension ratchets up higher and higher and the pages turn deep purple from the prose.

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