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by Sonya Birmingham

Free eBook Scarlet Leaves download ISBN: 0843940816
Author: Sonya Birmingham
Publisher: Leisure Books (September 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 368
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Historical
Size MP3: 1636 mb
Size FLAC: 1290 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: mbr lit doc rtf


Beloved RebelFrom the moment Silky Shanahan spotted the buck-naked. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Sonya Birmingham.

Falling in love with a mysterious stranger despite her belief that he is a Yankee spy, Silky Shanahan takes the man prisoner and fears that her feelings for him will force her to betray her people.

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ISBN 10: 0843940816 ISBN 13: 9780843940817. Publisher: Leisure Books, 1996.

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User reviews
Daigami
Silky Shanahan is another treat of a heroine from Sonya Brmingham. As always, solid descriptive writing. You feel like you’re there.
Kendis
I zoomed through the first half of this book thanks to the great historical detail. I really felt that "you are there" feeling thanks to Ms. Birmingham's great powers of description. But then it took me forever to finish the 2nd half due to, as the first reviewer said...Nothing happened. I realized all that had happened really was the hero & heroine got closer, but there were no external events, and way too many descriptions of her outfits, and what they ate for dinner.

I also appreciate the fact she didn't depict them bickering over Nothing, as so many romance couples seem to do. The H&H were both likable.
Beanisend
The characters were likeable and the basic story a good idea. Way too predicable- what I read in the first 50 pages- the remaining 300 did nothing to surprise me. Too many descriptions of street scenes and internal dialogue slowed the pace down to a crawl. I tend to read romances in 2-3 afternoons. This took almost 3 weeks.