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The Burning Woman She was a virgin He was a priest.In a Catholic orphanage in Venice in 1687, Cathryn Godwyne and Father Vittorio, drawn together by music, fell deeply in love Ecstasy electrified their nights, but guilt tormented their days Vittorio called Cathryn Strega Bella Beautiful Witch.Was her love for Vittorio pure and tender, or were they sinners in a pagan paradise of forbidden pleasure Was she a vessel of everlasting beauty to be adored or a whore to be used against her will by her Protestant guardian in England Why was she so drawn to Vanya, a wise woman who taught her the healing power of herbs and the mysteries of the Old Religion Was she the Devil s woman, a seductress, a thief of God s love Or was she simply a woman who loved a priest than she could love any god Download The Burning Woman – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. What a waste of time D I m beginning to think it might be a Jessie Ford thing, because the other book of hers I read was also an iffy experience.But when I read the description, I was all SO MUCH HAPPY WANT How could one screw up that premise, honestly Well, Jessie Ford did She totally did What a dull, meandering mess Drama wasn t wrung out of the proceedings, it was hardly ever there in the first place So much of the plot stayed in neutral, scenes grinding on forever and a day, opportun What a waste of time D I m beginning to think it might be a Jessie Ford thing, because the other book of hers I read was also an iffy experience.But when I read the description, I was all SO MUCH HAPPY WANT How could one screw up that premise, honestl...

  2. How convenient it was for men to damn her for their sins This onewell, it s not for everyone The tone varies between delicate, surreal, brutal, strangely distant It s a bodice ripper, but the author was trying to make it somethingliterary deep philosophical Whether it s successful depends on personal taste I m the type who likes darkness in their lit fic elegance in their bodice rippers, so it worked for yours truly, but the pace is uneven the charHow convenient it was for men to damn her for their sins This onewell, it s not for everyone The tone varies between delicate, surreal, brutal, strangely distant It s a bodice ripper, but the author was trying to make it somethingliterary deep philosophical Whether it s successful depends on personal taste I m the type who likes darkness in their lit fic elegance in their bodice rippers, so it worked for yours truly, but the pace is uneven the characters needed group therapy Basically, it s the story of Cathryn, a witch s bastard who was raised Catholic can t reconcile her search for Godliness with a love for sex Keep in mind this was the 1600s merely enjoying wifely duties with one s husband was cause for confession, let alone a passion for ...