Flame of Savannah

  • Title: Flame of Savannah
  • Author: Maggie Lyons
  • ISBN: 9780515047455
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • [PDF] Read é Flame of Savannah : by Maggie Lyons - Flame of Savannah, Flame of Savannah A WORLD OF STATELY GRANDEURA WOMAN OF GLITTERING PASSIONSBreathtaking red haired Melinda Jewel of Savannah had shocked the old city flouted its time honored rules on the arm of a dashing stranger
    [PDF] Read é Flame of Savannah : by Maggie Lyons - Flame of Savannah, Flame of Savannah A WORLD OF STATELY GRANDEURA WOMAN OF GLITTERING PASSIONSBreathtaking red haired Melinda Jewel of Savannah had shocked the old city flouted its time honored rules on the arm of a dashing stranger

    • [PDF] Read é Flame of Savannah : by Maggie Lyons
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    Flame of Savannah

    About Maggie Lyons


    1. Also writes historical fiction as Michael Llewellyn and contemporary as Michel Lacroix.


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    1. Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestI read this book for the Unapologetic Romance Readers New Years 2017 Reading Challenge For info about what this is, click here I love the covers on these vintage romance novels from the 70s and 80s and FLAME OF SAVANNAH was no exception You can imagine my surprise and delight then when I found the entire series on , for 99 cents each I bought all six books because I learned my mistake last year, when Patricia Hagan s books were pulled from Kindle without warn [...]

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    2. The main romance was really a 3 star read, but the secondary romance was very compelling I was interested in the h s best friend s romance than that of the two MC s I would give the secondary romance 5 stars.Also, I m a little sensitive about how slavery is handled by authors in a HR with a Southern setting The author of this book, who is really a man, did the best job I have ever seen it handled in HR set in the antebellum South My concerns have to do with how it is handled as an issue rather [...]

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    3. BotM for Sept Oct over in Bodice Ripper Readers Anonymous Since I had it on my TBR, I decided to read along and get it moved off of the mountain This was one I d found on a Goodwill trip, and I d picked it up because it looked interesting, with the Southern setting and the classic style cover art Just so ya know, this ended up not being a bodice ripper at all It was just a regular, if somewhat old fashioned, historical romance Somewhat reminiscent of a Gone With the Wind type thing The heroine, [...]

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    4. I read the original 1980 paperback edition The author who s a guy, FYI, if that matters has reissued it for ebook with apparently extensive revisions to tidy up the prose and PC ify the slave dialect At least, those are the changes I saw within the Kindle sample.While this wasn t a bodice ripper or anything approaching one, for that matter it was a fairly well plotted and well written pure Southern romance The use of secondary characters was notable in that they had full story arcs and weren t t [...]

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    5. Dang, I m really torn about how to rate this one.All the characters, no matter how minor, were drawn really well Even Bennett Charles, the hopeful swain at the end, got some see inside my head time so we felt sorry for his fate.The secondary story of Cathleen and Aaron, ill fated saga that it is, tore at the heart strings Seriously, I thought they were gonna succeed until they didn t.Ironically, even though the leads, Miranda and Geoffrey, were given plenty of screen time I really didn t care fo [...]

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    6. Great historical romance in the Southern style.

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