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I want to live my own life But Olivia s bid for independence was swiftly rejected Richard replied with the hard assurance of a successful businessman I ve paid for your upbringing, Olivia, and everything you possess I expect to collect the dividends from my investment Olivia gazed at him in disbelief She was his stepsister, the only person he truly loved She had always been spared his ruthlessness Why now did Richard intend to control her, to use her in a way that both shocked and frightened her Melting Fire


About the Author: Anne Mather

Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England She had written all through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the stories changing from children s adventures to torrid gypsy passions Her mother used to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became too untidy, and dispose of them Mildred has always wanted to write which is not to say she has always wanted to be a professional writer One the contrary, for years She wrote only for her own pleasure, and it wasn t until her husband suggested that she ought to send one of her stories to a publisher that they put several publishers names into a hat and pulled one out The trouble was, she never used to finish any of the stories, and Caroline, her first published book as Anne Mather, was the first book she d actually completed She was newly married then, and her daughter was just a baby, and it was quite a job juggling her household chores and scribbling away in exercise books every chance she got Not very professional, as you can see, but that s the way it was The rest as they say in history And now,than 160 books later, she s literally excuse the pun staggered by what happened She also published books as Caroline Fleming or Cardine Fleming Her Anne Mather s novel, Leopard in the Snow, was developed into a 1978 movie.Mildred now has two grown up children, a son and daughter, and two adorable grandchildren, Abigail and Ben.



10 thoughts on “Melting Fire

  1. says:

    I m too old for this story If I had read it in 1979, when I was 17, I would have lapped it up with a spoon Now the 19 year old heroine fresh from her finishing school stint in Europe and making vague noises about being independent just seemed like a spoiled brat rather than a sweet girl who was hopelessly confused about her feelings for the hero.The hero was not con


  2. says:

    Don t think I am crazy for giving this book a 4 star rating I really don t know why I liked it so much It was dated 1979 , the hero was uber to the extreme psycho un PC and the heroine was too young.This book read like a Harlequin in gothic land and had this dark, gotta look at the accident vibe to it She is alone in the world except for the hero and the housekeeper, h


  3. says:

    Guardian ward story involving step sibs with an ambivalent heroine and some serious dubious consent Has all the wtfery that I love Some might be squicked out or want to neuter the H If you generally don t or at least don t let that stop the enjoyment , I don t expect you d want to here.


  4. says:

    The Heroine is nineteen years old and she has just returned home from a Swiss finishing school The Heroine, Olivia and hero Richard are step siblings Richard has taken care of Olivia since their parents passed away Overall, I just found this book a bit dry At times it was a bit difficult to read because it sort of dragged along As an analogy, Melting Fire is to reading what


  5. says:

    Heroine was too fickle and annoying for my tastes


  6. says:

    Yes, the hero is quite manipulative and controlling Yes, the hero spoils her with luxuryYes, the hero loves her crazyYes, the hero force seduce herAnd Yes, I loved it inspite of everything.Only 4 stars because the heroine was an idiot.


  7. says:

    This is so not my trope I have a major ick factor for step sibling relationships Especially when they ve been raised together as siblings or as in this case the much older step brother basically raised her and was a father figure Having said that This was a well written, angst filled, highly emotive typical Anne Mather book For those who like these elements and don t have a problem w


  8. says:

    This was a re read Heroine annoyed me and ruined the book I read this ages ago and she didn t bother me then In my youth I had a lot of tolerance for annoying immature heroines.


  9. says:

    Melting Fire is the story of Richard and Olivia, and is an old Harlequin stepbrother romance.Olivia returns home after finishing her studies, to find her stepbrother Richard has changed and her nursemaid Bella encouraging them to be together She is exasperated, as she s just found her independence in her new boyfriend, the rockstar Jules.However, it is not Jules s kisses who make her squir


  10. says:

    This kept me intrigued through out to see how this played out but the heroine, Olivia got on my nerves Richard was in love with Olivia but her attitude towards him and her overall fickleness almost spoiled the story There was chemistry between them but she kept denying it and she lacked self awareness The last two chapters was pretty uncomfortable read and I didn t like her The ending was swe


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