The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame

Benjamin Frederickson, the future Earl of Wembley, can t forget that night The night that changed him More importantly, he can t forget that brave little girl who was scarred from the horrible fire.Catherine Watson.The night young Benjamin Frederickson met the victim of a house fire, he has remembered it all of his life Her spirit has lingered in his memory for years.EveBenjamin Frederickson, the future Earl of Wembley, can t forget that night The night that changed him More importantly, he can t forget that brave little girl who was scarred from the horrible fire.Catherine Watson.The night young Benjamin Frederickson met the victim of a house fire, he has remembered it all of his life Her spirit has lingered in his memory for years.Even through his days of rebelling against his father, The Earl of Wembley, as he drinks, gambles, and womanizes.But when he meets the beautiful Catherine Watson again, still scarred from that fire so many years later, he is enchanted.But can a woman so remarkable remember a boy she met briefly years ago Catherine, however, is less than impressed Considering herself disfigured and resigned to the idea that she will never marry, she sees his advances as a cruel a joke at her expense.How can any man view her with anything but disgust, especially the dashing future Earl of Wembley I cannot believe that you genuinely want to spend time in the presence of this She pointed to her own scarred neck and her covered arm Then your belief in me is sorely lacking, he sulked angrily As is your opinion of your own self It won t be easy for Lord Benjamin to convince Catherine of his love.Is he up to the task I wish it were different I wish you could court me as if I were normal Will Catherine let the past dictate her future Will Benjamin give up and let her go This is a clean, historical regency romance story.
The Earl s Unforgettable Flame Benjamin Frederickson the future Earl of Wembley can t forget that night The night that changed him More importantly he can t forget that brave little girl who was scarred from the horrible fire Ca

  • Title: The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame
  • Author: CharlotteStone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame”

    1. This was a sweet story with characters that were broken and needed something, something they didn't know they needed. Lovely scenes filled the pages. I am so glad I was given this ARC to read and review. Lovely book, with so much heart. I hope Charlotte Stone writes more about these families. They are worthy of their own stories too.

    2. Regency Romance: The Earl's Unforgettable Flame (CLEAN Historical Romance) (Fire and Smoke) by Charlotte Stone is a sweet, clean Regency Historical Romance. Book 1 in a new and what promises to be an intriguing series. Benjamin Frederickson, the future Earl of Wembley, a man who rebells his father by gambling, womanizing, drinking and scandal filled days. But he has never forgotten a brave little girl named, Catherine Watson, who survived a house fire and is left with a disfiguring scars.Forward [...]

    3. This book was all over the place! The layout as I mentioned in the previous reviews of this book makes no sense, hindered the story, and didn't fit the book. Also the book switches characters points of view like crazy and it is difficult to keep who's talk straight, because sometimes the POV switches in the middle of the paragraph. Near the end of the book too there started being POVs from the father, maid, Cat's sister, Ben's sister, and Ben's best friend. It was so jumbled and new stories star [...]

    4. Liked the premise but seemed to drag. Let me first say I love finding clean romance stories. The storyline is sweet and I loved the beginning. However, I found the story being the same part repeated in the same way every couple chapters. I felt the book would have ended wonderfully halfway through instead of it being dragged out. The second half seemed to be the first half retold in different words . I liked the ending and the characters were cute but the write seemed discombobulated at times. A [...]

    5. Hum should I add a review. This book had very little story line and too much drama. Insta love gone all weird with some of the stupidest misunderstandings and reasons not to get together I have ever read. Just was irratated waiting for it to get better. I actually really liked this couple in the next book :} Sometimes free on amazon is not a good thing.

    6. A read with well-rounded and deeply inspiring characters, flaws and all. It's a story where Benjamin and Catherine learn to face their deficiencies and still able to love who they are, just as they are.Benjamin’s past has been less than exemplary – drink and women were his staple. Catherine’s greatest flaw is not believing she is up to par—men would not be interested in a disfigured woman. Each of them do a lot of growing as they learn what is important in life and more importantly who i [...]

    7. I felt like this book had potential, but as written it hit on some of my personal pet peeves. The love between the two characters felt rushed and without much of a foundation to me. Benjamin had met Catherine when she was younger, and she had exhibited bravery in trying to rescue her sister and in putting on a brave face while in pain. But that was their only- and very brief- meeting. Fast forward many years, and when he met her again he was pretty instantly smitten. She rejected him- A LOT- but [...]

    8. The Earl's Unforgettable Flame by charlotte stoneCan true love truly heal all wounds?Benjamin Frederickson, the future Earl of Wembley, can't forget that night The night that changed himMore importantly, he can't forget that brave little girl who was scarred from the horrible fire.Catherine Watson.The night young Benjamin Frederickson met the victim of a house fire, he has remembered it all of his life Her spirit has lingered in his memory for years.Even through his days of rebelling against his [...]

    9. Pritchford, YorkshireCatherine Watson, age 8, has awakened to find her home on fire and her little sister, Jane, crying in the nursery. Even though flames are all around her, Catherine tries to get to her sister only to pass out. She she awakes later, she is in terrible pain from some terrible burns she has suffered. No one knows how she managed to get out of the house on her own. Her sister and the rest of the family is safe.Benjamin Frederickson is the son of the Earl of Wembley. He and his fa [...]

    10. When you're going to be the next Earl your training starts early. So when there is a massive, destructive fire the earl brings almost thirteen year old Benjamin along along to teach him his responsibilities to those on his land. The lesson he learns is far greater and goes far deeper than anyone realizes.Catherine, Cat as she is known for her curiosity, at eight years of age, dreams of knights in shining armor, dragons, and other heroes. All the marvelous things in dreams of little girls everywh [...]

    11. The Earl's Unforgettable Flame by Charlotte Stone is an exciting read. Adventure, danger, an unforgotten past, and a deep emotional journey. A young boy now, as an Earl, can't forget the good deed a young girl did. She risked her life. Now, as a woman, Catherine has the scars that make her feel like an outcast. She feels like she is not worthy of any suitor's attention nor love. But then fate sends Benjamin into her life. He wants her. Catherine doesn't think he could and the lack of self-esteem [...]

    12. A “light” read, well written with humor, wit, and a touch of pain, angst, and sorrow.Charlotte Stone’s “The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame” Catherine “Cat” Watson, the daughter of a gentleman and Lord Benjamin, son and heir of the Earl of Wembley have already met when they were children and a fire destroyed Catherine’s home and almost destroyed her. They meet again on a street corner; Ben can’t forget the night they originally met, but Catherine believes he insults her by staring [...]

    13. This is the first book in the clean historical romance Fire and Smoke series. As the main characters for book two of the series are introduced with some depth in this offering I believe reading the books in sequence may enhance the reading experience. Although some reviewers found this story to be a bit tedious, I found that it only seems tedious because both Cat and Ben were stubborn protagonists who reacted precisely as stubborn people do. I was hoping that Ben would have discovered the identi [...]

    14. This first book in a series, that can be read as a standalone, is a clean Regency romance with a touch of mystery, and a strong, stubborn hero and heroine. It is a beautiful story about flaws and how love can look past the flaws to whom you really are. The Earl's Unforgettable Flame by Charlotte Stone is an exciting read full of adventure, danger, an unforgotten past, and a deep emotional journey. Charlotte Stone's writing is superb, tempting, bold, and thrilling. I enjoyed this book, and highly [...]

    15. Very Sweet!A clean romance. A terrible fire destroyed their home, and Catherine 's dreams. Unselfishly, at eight years old, she ran to the nursery to save her baby sister. She was left with some outward scarring, but God kept her beautiful on the inside! The Earl's young son was brought by his father, to the home where they called a doctor, 3 years older he wanted desperately to help her. Both of them never forgot that night. However, can Catherine get past her scars, to allow a now grown man to [...]

    16. A difficult courtshipCatherine suffered damaging burns in a house fire when she was a child. Benjamin, a young boy, was present afterward and tried to offer her some comfort to distract her from the pain.After Oxford, he returned home and met her again. He wanted to court her, but she was unable to believe he was serious because of her disfiguring scars. In fact, she suspected he was making fun of her.This is an emotional story. The characters are well developed and easy to like. If I had proofr [...]

    17. Clean Recency RomanceThis book was a sweet book about a young girl who was disfigured in a fire. A young boy was there offering her help by using soothing words and washing her face with a cool cloth. He never forgot her. Fast forward ten years and the romance begins. It was a sweet story. I got a bit bogged down with some of the story, but it ended very well. I loved the characters and I loved the ending. I definitely recommend this book.

    18. Very Sweet A few errors, but not too many to disuade a good rating. It is a clean, Christian, Regency romance. It was so sweet, in fact, I feel like I may need to see a dentist soon. ;) It was a bit over the top, no real conflict, just melodrama over the insecure heroine. It drug on a bit much and doesn't focus enough on the secondaey characters, imo.Overall, I call 3.5 stars.

    19. Good Book!This was an interesting book, definitely different than most Regency novels. It is sweet and compassionate with a touch of heartbreak that will drive you crazy and make you want to snatch the character up and shake her! Is will definitely hold your interest and is a beautiful love story and is CLEAN!

    20. Lovely readVery nice story and a wonderful read for a quiet afternoon. I enjoyed the characters but four proposals does seem a bit of a stretch! Hope to read the next in this series soon!

    21. Told in a mature voice, Ms. Stone's story goes beyond compassion for someone who is different into family loyalty and love. It is a clean romance set in Regency England. Her characters are believable and lovable. This was an advanced review book.

    22. I just loved this book. Couldn't put it down. It was a romance novel but I did enjoy it very much great job Charlotte stone. Loved it keep writing these greAt books thank you Charlotte stone for letting me review it can't wait for more

    23. Just what it should beI began reading Recency Romances about 50 years ago when I was very young. I've read the best and the worst of them. Ms. Stone writes really good ones! I look forward to reading many more.

    24. I enjoyed it This was a what I like to call "mind candy". The story is simple, no surprises, nothing too deep. Just a plain straight forward, clean romance. Perfect for an afternoon read.

    25. I loved this book. It was great. I loved the characters. I knew that they were meant to be together. I love how they came together and how Catherine finally realized that she loved Ben as he loved her. I will read more of her books.

    26. This was a wonderful book. I was not sure if it was my type of read, but I am so glad I read it. The characters kept you very interested in the book wanting more. The love in this book was awesome. Can't wait for the next book.

    27. Couldn't put this book down!Driven to find out how the HEA would come about, I read this sweet romance in one sitting. Loved both the primary and secondary characters. Can't wait to read Charlotte's next book in the series.

    28. The h was pretty annoying. She didn't believe anyone could look as her as anything other than her scars. And that shit draaaaaaaagged on for to long.

    29. WarmA sad tale of tragedy and learning to overcome the inner scars. I wish it had moved a bit faster. I don't think I would be as patient as him.

    30. Very romantic !It was fun to read a romance novel. It was interesting an just plain fun. Very easy to read . I loved Jane.

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