In 1816, Lord Byron stayed at the castle of Dr. Johann Dippel, the inspiration for Mary Shelley's Baron von Frankenstein. The doctor promised a cure for his epilepsy. That "cure" changed him forever.

In the 21st century, Brice Ashton wrote a book. Like all biographies of famous persons, hers on Lord Byron was sent to critics in advance. One Damien Ruthven responded. He suggested her work contained two errors—and that only he could give her the truth. His words held hints of long-lost knowledge; were fraught with danger, deception...and desire. And his eyes showed the experience of centuries. Damien promised to share his secrets. But first, Brice knew, she would have to share herself with him.

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"Jackson fire that is divine!"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted December 4, 2006

Melanie Jackson is simply a beautiful writer. I could sit and read her prose without worrying where the words would carry me, just enjoying the beauty of her craft. This gift is coupled with a second talent -- a vivid imagination. Jackson has taken us to Scotland where seven tears summons Read more...

"Fantastic suspenseful romantic fantasy"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 4, 2006

Book critic Damien Ruthven is shocked with how accurate the eighteen hundred page manuscript written by author Brice Ashton is. However, he also feels that two points in the biography needs correcting as she is slightly in error on his affair with Lady Caroline Lamb and on a poem he Read more...


Divine Fire
(Divine: Book 1)
by Melanie Jackson

Love Spell
February 1, 2005
Available: February 1, 2005
ISBN #0505526107
EAN #9780505526106
339 pages
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