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by Sandra Brown

Free eBook Another Dawn download ISBN: 0446605654
Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Warner Books Inc; Reprint edition (1993)
Language: English
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Contemporary
Size MP3: 1993 mb
Size FLAC: 1514 mb
Rating: 4.5
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I feel that Another Down, the sequel to Sunset Embrace, tells a compelling love story while staying within the framework of romance fiction and reflecting the elements that characterize it, such as a high level of sensuality and a happy ending.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Betrayal had ruined Banner Coleman's wedding day and on her wedding night she was a jilted bride. Now old seeds of greed and desire are harvesting a scandal - and Banner's affair with an old family friend could shatter a friendship and a family.

The second book in the Coleman Family Saga by Sandra Brown. I didn't like it as much as the first in the series, Sunset Embrace. I am so tempted to give it a 1 star for what the author did at the end.

Narrated by Ellen Archer. In 1800s Texas, an innocent young woman must learn to love again after a painful betrayal. but the seeds of greed and desire harvest.

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Another Dawn by Sandra Brown Book starts out in 1890's and Jake is at Priscillias garden of eden, catching up with her about past events. Sandra Brown is the author of seventy-one New York Times bestsellers. She runs the saloon and whore house in TX. Jake Lankstrom.

Used availability for Sandra Brown's Another Dawn. April 1994 : USA Hardback. March 2014 : USA Paperback.

On her wedding day Banner Coleman was a misty-eyed bride - and a betrayed and jilted woman. The dramatic scene at the altar had shocked the town. It also aroused a storm of emotions - protective and otherwise - in Jake Langston. Best friend to Banner's parents and one of the toughest cowhands in Texas, Jake soon found himself in love with Banner and caught in a scandal that could shatter a family. But theirs wasn't the only affair stirring up trouble in this rough cattle town. Twenty years ago a man had surrendered to temptation. Now the sins of the past would threaten even Banner's happiness...and her future would depend on one woman's enduring love.
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ANOTHER DAWN by Sandra Brown is the second in the Coleman saga series. The prime characters in Sunset Embrace, Lydia, Ross and Ma Langston, are relegated to secondary status in this novel. Their offspring, Banner Coleman and Jake Langston, are primary in Another Dawn. The novel is one of Brown’s period pieces that takes place in the rough and rugged Territory of Texas in the 1890’s. The story begins with 18-year-old Banner’s wedding ceremony to a local entrepreneur. The wedding is interrupted by gunfire. Much older, Jake, makes an attempt to console innocent and gorgeous young Banner. Here the plan goes awry but the plot and story are established. Brown has a knack of lulling the reader with a smooth flowing narrative, then suddenly jerking his socks off with a burst of energy, abruptly changing speed and direction and going from the disconsolate to the riotous. It has been a long time since I read a novel with so many emotionally charged ups and downs, intense feelings of love, hate, jealousy and sorrow but with spurts of happiness seemly all strung together with razor-wire. An exaggerated amount of sexual interplay is displayed on almost every page at times so monotonous and repetitious that it becomes boring. I have to say that Sandra Brown is one heck of a writer. Her dialogue can instantly stir intense feelings of emotion in a reader’s mind. I give Another Dawn a 4-star rating.
I didn't know how Sandra Brown would be able to follow-up Sunset Embrace, but she sure did. I really enjoyed the continued story of Lydia and Ross. At the beginning I found myself wanting more of them in the story, but I ended up so immersed in Banner and Jake's relationship that I didn't mind them not being it as much. Then when the story incorporated them all I was completely satisfied. As always, Sandra takes her readers on a journey where you come to feel close the characters and I always have difficulty putting the books down. This one was no different. This book included cowboys and whores and family and foes... it was certainly a page turner with a twist at the end. I'll warn you, I was left feeling empty and awful at the end of this book. Be prepared for a major twist that will break your heart. Even with the ending, the Coleman Saga books rank near the top of my all time favorites by Sandra Brown.
It's so thin compared to the first novel. Their first sexual encounter was described badly. I am still not sure yet happened or why. How is a woman at the altar with the love of her life one minute and then losing her virginity to a guy old enough to be her dad the same night? It was like incest done BADLY. It made me feel icky.
Initially, I felt like there was a book missing between this one and the first one because new characters were introduced that didn't exist in the previous story. I liked the creative resolution of unresolved plot lines from the first novel within this story because they didn't distract you from the story but enhanced it. In other words, the reader didn't have to read the first novel to understand what was happening in this one and why.
I liked the sequel very much because Sunset Embrace is one of my favorite books. It was interesting to read about the characters later on in life , like old friends. I always hated when the book ended but now I can resume the story.
Sandra Brown is excellent at developing the characters and this is no exception. I would recommend this book highly
I first read this book when it first came out many years ago. It was so good I had to read it again. The twist and turns in the book is so good. You can't put it down. Sandra Brown never disappoints.
This is one that I didn't really care for, although it was a good story, just too much of a Romance novel for me...I prefer Brown's mysteries, they're always great.
I enjoy reading serial books with the same characters. It prolongs the fun of reading.