FIRE IN THE WIND by Anne Tedlock Brook

FIRE IN THE WIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An innocent --perhaps even ineffectual -- story of St. Louis of the 1890's and unspectacular romancing. Jacquen Carpenter, frustrated artist, determines to make good breeding horses on Stonehenge, the farm he is given by his grandfather. He is gallantly silent about his love for his brother's wife, plays around with an acknowledged flirt -- and comes to, to find his heart in the hands of his grandfather's ward, impetuous Kit from England who has been gentled into a devastating young woman. History, period and regional details are thicker than raising in a pudding -- and the whole may produce soporific stupor.

Publisher: Arcadia House