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by Nora Roberts,Fiacre Douglas

Category: Womens Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Nora Roberts,Fiacre Douglas
ISBN: 1608477649
ISBN13: 978-1608477647
Language: English
Publisher: Findaway World (July 1, 2009)
Fb2 eBook: 1256 kb
ePub eBook: 1982 kb
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Born in fire you were, like one of your finest and boldest statues. However much that fire cooled, it burned once. Maybe if it hadn't flared so bright, so hard, we could have made it last".

Mystery & Detective. Thrillers & Crime. Born in fire you were, like one of your finest and boldest statues.

Nora Roberts (Author), Fiacre Douglas (Reader). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Book 3 of 3 in the Concannon Sisters Series. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.

Nora Roberts has delivered a winner. The Romance Reader on Born in Fire. Nora Roberts’ concluding novel in her trilogy won’t disappoint readers who’ve been tantalized by the hero in the two previous book. . The attraction that springs up between this unlikely pair is both believable and compelling, thanks to Roberts’ skillful character developmen.The conflicts Maggie and Rogan face are refreshingly realistic and the characters themselves, well-rounded and likable, will keep readers engaged. Publishers Weekly on Born in Fire.Her knack for crafting a good Irish romance could have kept this series going indefinitely. The Romance Reader on Born in Shame.

Nora Roberts knows how to pull you heart strings, connect with her characters, make you laugh .

Nora Roberts knows how to pull you heart strings, connect with her characters, make you laugh and cry and all in the same book. Visit West Ireland and Dublin and a few other places on the other side of the world. lost lenoreGo to lost lenore's profile. The way she captivates us with the beautiful scenery, the way she writes and the way she describes everyday life is beautiful

Born in Fire is the first book in Nora Roberts Born In Trilogy about the lives of three Irish sisters and is the story of Margaret May Concannon, who becomes a famous glass sculptress.

Born in Fire is the first book in Nora Roberts Born In Trilogy about the lives of three Irish sisters and is the story of Margaret May Concannon, who becomes a famous glass sculptress. Her father, who she was very close to, sent her to Venice to study glassblowing, which her mother had resented.

Born in fire you were, like one of your finest and boldest statues. Nora Roberts Series: Born In. Bride Quartet.

Nora Roberts was the first writer to be inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame

Nora Roberts was the first writer to be inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. The New York Times bestselling author of such novels as Sweet Revenge and Divine Evil, she has become one of today's most successful and best-loved writers. Nora Roberts lives with her family in Maryland. Learn more about this copy.

Narrator Fiacre Douglas, By (author) Nora Roberts. Born in FireMaggie Concannon is a glassmaker whose exquisite works are more than mere objects of beauty: they are reflections of her own true nature.

Adult & Contemporary Romance. Adult & Contemporary Romance. Narrator Fiacre Douglas, By (author) Nora Roberts. When gallery owner Rogan Sweeney comes to Maggie's isolated studio, her heart is enflamed by their fierce attraction-and her scarred past is slowly healed by a gentle and forgiving love. Born in IceWhen the harsh storms of winter descend upon western Ireland, the locals stay indoors-and visitors stay away.

Narrated by Fiacre Douglas. Margaret Mary, the eldest Concannon sister, is a glass artist with an independent streak as fierce as her volatile temper.

From Publishers WeeklyThe first in a projected trilogy about the lives of three Irish sisters, Born in Fire gets the series off to a fine start, telling the story of talented glass-artist Maggie Concannon's contentious relationship with Dublin gallery owner Rogan Sweeney. Country-dwelling Maggie is otherworldly, prickly and outspoken, while Rogan is an urban sophisticate; nevertheless, the attraction that springs up between this unlikely pair is both believable and compelling, thanks to Roberts's (Private Scandals) skillful character development.

Maggie Concannon is a glassmaker whose exquisite works are more than mere objects of beauty: they are reflections of her own true nature. One man has seen the soul in her art, and vows to help this complex woman build a lucrative career.
Comments to eBook Born in Fire (Playaway Adult Fiction)
Kulalas
Ok so I'm going to just put it out there and say that I never really 'got' the Nora Roberts mania back in the day. My book club raved over her and bought every book she ever published but I remained 'iffy'. Out of desperation and lack of good material here in Europe, I began reading some of her books again recently but never caught the bug until this series. Finally I've had a glimpse of what my friends really enjoyed about her writing; earthy, real main characters that the reader can relate too. The writing allows the reader to imagine the very vivid scenes the author creates. I don't consider myself to be artistic, yet I can appreciate the art in this book. The h in this first book is not a particularly likeable character but she is someone to be admired and respected. The H is unique and the absolute ideal in terms of a romantic hero. I fell in love with the characters and just had to read more about this wonderful family.
Samowar
I have read many of Nora Roberts books, as well as others as I am a romance novel enthusiast. Well, I have to say, this trilogy is probably the best I have ever read. I read the book and then the second and then the third in three days because I couldn't put them down. The story in each one carries over into the next so that you can't wait to see what happens next. All the characters add to the story as a whole as their new individual family units are built.

I love the women in each book as they are all so brilliant, albeit in different ways. I applaud the author for recognizing the worth in all of them and how she makes you admire each woman for her own individual talents. The men in their lives are the stuff dreams are made of. She made you want to jump on the first plane available and go to Ireland . I want to go to meet a family like this and see a place like their little town.

Nora Roberts is a fabulous story teller and quickly hooks you in to the characters lives. The only criticism I have is that she never gives an epilogue to her stories. To me an epilogue is a wonderful element to a book and always gives such satisfying closure..

I don't care if this trilogy was reissued with new covers or new names. I am just happy they were so I didn't miss them 10 years later. Thanks Nora, for a wonderful story beautifully told.
Keath
While this is an older trilogy, and that is reflected in the style of writing, the Born-In series has a roundness to it's characters that is lacking in many recent series. More reminiscent of the Dallas and Roarke series, these characters are developed throughout the series, with surprising depth.

Maggie and her "Jackeen" Sweeney have a tempestuous relationship that will remind Robb fans of the early "In Death" books, and Roberts fans of the Ardmore trilogy, but the interrelationships with secondary (future primary and true secondary) charaters distinguish them from those series, and there is a distinct theme throughout the book of confronting inner fears and demons - the less attractive forms of self, and the fears that prey on you when you acknowledge your own weaknesses, desires, and what you do to make it through the day. The fears you face when you take true stock of your self, and admit to yourself the traits you've chosen and the traits you think you may have inherited. Themes of family run strongly through her novels and this is no exception.

This is my personal favorite of the trilogy, as I related most strongly to Maggie over her sisters, but the series was a solid one, and a classic of Roberts.
Makaitist
Loved the story line, the strong characters in Rogan and Maggie, so opposite from each other but yet so similar. Where the one was wanting the other skillfully added in personality to become partners and lovers. Developing each other to be a perfect couple. When one gave the other took, but with so much grace and tenderness that you could feel the love flowing from the pages.
Even the character Mauve, a bitter and selfish woman, making life hard for everyone and in her twisted and unfair attacks towards her own daughter, Maggie played her part well. Brie with her Bed and Breakfast, building a life for her self always the buffer admits the clashes of her mother and sister. The author making sure that the plot was well crafted, holding your attention till the very last page. With enough drama to make it entertaining, the scenes descriptive to form a beautiful romantic story, giving you a glimpse in the world of a glass blower and the arts.
Descriptive, Ireland became alive on the pages of the book, enjoying the country side and fast city life. A book I can recommend to all readers romantic at heart with enough drama to keep the book entertaining till the end. Thanks for a wonderful read.
Mozel
I actually already read this book before I bought it. I read the entire trilogy for the first time while I was pregnant with my daughter. I bought the books backwards. I finally own the first in the Born in Trilogy by Nora Roberts. The story follows an Irish woman by the name of Margret Mary Concannon. Her past is littered with may terrible things, the most recent and tragic is when her father died in her arms. She doesn't get along with her mother for reasons explained through out the story. She's a glass artist. Her father look out a loan so she would be able to go and be trained as a glass artist. Now she makes amazing creations and a world renown gallery owner Rogan Sweeney is out to manage her carrier and make her rich. She's smart, independent, and stubborn, which Rogan uses all of that to break down the walls she's built around herself. Despite her unwillingness, distance, and harsh behavior, Rogan gets his wish, which starts the sparks flying between them. It's not my favorite in the trilogy but it's an excellent start and caught me, and got me reading the next two books that follow. If your a Nora Roberts fan and haven't read this book, I highly recommend it. It's an amazing story. You can feel the fiery connection and creation in this story just as you can feel the coolness and duty in the next book and hot fiery passionate shame in the third book. A must read trilogy.
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