which is just what I've done when I pulled Gwyneth Atlee's Touched by Fire off the shelf. Hannah Shelton leaves Pennsylvania, ready to put her past behind her and start a new life . . . with John Aldman, the man who wants her as his mail-order bride. But, it's not John who excites her senses, it's his brother Daniel. When the trouble that chased her from Pennsylvania follows her to Wisconsin, it's Daniel who stands by her and fills the heart she thought was hardened beyond repair. Hannah is a strong historical woman who takes her destiny in her own hands. She accepts her mistakes and allows herself to move past them. Daniel does play her hero and rescue her, but it's his love that truly proves to be her salvation.