Firelight by Kristen Callihan
(Darkest London)

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London, 1881
Once the flames are ignited . . .
Miranda Ellis is a woman tormented. Plagued since birth by a strange and powerful gift, she has spent her entire life struggling to control her exceptional abilities. Yet one innocent but irreversible mistake has left her family's fortune decimated and forced her to wed London's most nefarious nobleman.

They will burn for eternity . . .
Lord Benjamin Archer is no ordinary man. Doomed to hide his disfigured face behind masks, Archer knows it's selfish to take Miranda as his bride. Yet he can't help being drawn to the flame-haired beauty whose touch sparks a passion he hasn't felt in a lifetime. When Archer is accused of a series of gruesome murders, he gives in to the beastly nature he has fought so hard to hide from the world. But the curse that haunts him cannot be denied. Now, to save his soul, Miranda will enter a world of dark magic and darker intrigue. For only she can see the man hiding behind the mask.

About Kristen Callihan

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Kristen Callihan is a child of the 80's, which means she's worn neon skirts, black-lace gloves, and combat boots (although never all at once) and can quote John Hughes movies with the best of them. A life-long daydreamer, she finally realized that the characters in her head needed a proper home and thus hit the keyboard. She believes that falling in love is one of the headiest experiences a person can have, so naturally she writes romance. Her love of superheroes, action movies, and history led her to write historical paranormals. She lives in the Washington D.C. area and, when not writing, looks after two children, one husband, and a dog-the fish can fend for themselves.
Published February 1, 2012 by Forever. 390 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fiction Vixen

Miranda is very much used to men coming to threaten or harm her father so she is fairly sure why Archer is there and even though she is no fan of her father’s she stands up to Archer.

Feb 17 2012 | Read Full Review of Firelight (Darkest London)

Book Lovers

From the in-text clues (and the excerpt at the end of the book), it’s obvious what the next story, Moonglow, is going to focus on, and it seems like that book will be more forthcoming with the paranormal aspects.

Mar 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Firelight (Darkest London)

Grave Tells

Lord Archer, disfigured years ago, has been hiding behind a dark mask for most of his life.

Feb 06 2012 | Read Full Review of Firelight (Darkest London)

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