Heaven's Fire

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Topaz, 1996 - Fiction - 352 pages
5 Reviews
When Rainulf Fairfax first meets Constance of Cuxham, she is a raven haired beauty in the first stages of the pox. Rainulf is a teaching priest tormented by self-doubt and trying to leave the priesthood. He is drawn to the attractive, clever young woman. He does what he can to ease her suffering and returns to Oxford thinking she will recover from her illness. He is grief stricken when he finds out she died-- and overwhelmed with relief when Constance arrives in Oxford calling herself Corliss and dressed as a man.

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Review: Heaven's Fire (Fairfax Family #2)

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4.5 I really, really enjoyed this play on the "girl disguised as a guy" trope. Lovely, smart, interesting hero with just the right combination of heart, mind and body. Lovely, smart, interesting ... Read full review

Review: Heaven's Fire (Fairfax Family #2)

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I honestly didn't think that Patricia Ryan could do better than "Falcon's Fire", but I was wrong. "Heaven's Fire" is the best book that I have read in a very long time. This story deals with a young ... Read full review


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