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Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
With more than thirty-six million copies of her bestselling novels already in print, Kathleen E. Woodiwiess remains one of America's most successful and beloved storytellers. She is the author of twelve enormously successful masterworks of romantic fiction, including The Flame and the Flower,... show more

With more than thirty-six million copies of her bestselling novels already in print, Kathleen E. Woodiwiess remains one of America's most successful and beloved storytellers. She is the author of twelve enormously successful masterworks of romantic fiction, including The Flame and the Flower, Shanna, Ashes in the Wind, Petals on the River, and The Elusive Flame.
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Birth date: June 03, 1939
Died: July 06, 2007
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Books Like Breathing
Books Like Breathing rated it 7 years ago
I have a quirk where if I don't like the hero or heroine's name, I can't get into the book. Synnovea may be my limit. When the heroine's name sounds like a defunct car make...how? Just how? Aside from the ridiculousness of her name, she was a complete and total dunderhead. And the hero, Tyrone (ugh)...
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Inara likes to read... rated it 8 years ago
This was the first book I ever read by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss and it´s still my most loved one. The story between Aislinn the daughter of a Saxon baron and Wulfgar a Norman and how they came to love each other in a time of war, conquest and upheaval makes me still sighing happily and my eyes suspicio...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 8 years ago
A notorious bodice-ripper from 1974, and alas, still in print. Let's see. Set during the Norman Conquest it starts with Wulfgar's men invading Aislinn's home, killing her father, beating her mother and making her into a slave who is raped before being chained to the floor at night. Wulfgar then clai...
Bookshelf Dreaming
Bookshelf Dreaming rated it 8 years ago
I had been thinking about reading this book for a few weeks now and it was still good the second time around; if not better.The characters are beautiful crafted, the location just breathtaking and the story has no faults. I loved every minute of this book and just couldn't put it down.
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 8 years ago
This story of a woman thrown out of the house she was living in and finding salvation in the arms of a sea-captain is entertaining but pretty sluggish. Could have done with some serious editing to make it flow better and without some of the repeated explination of plot points. The only thing that ...
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