Passions are about to flare for the Concannon sisters ...Maggie and Brianna Concannon are two very different sisters. The calm and gentle Bri seems able to weather any storm, even the constant criticism that rains down on them both from their mother, but Maggie is a passionate and fiery artist whose temper is as bold as her art. Their mother's ...
Passions are about to flare for the Concannon sisters ...Maggie and Brianna Concannon are two very different sisters. The calm and gentle Bri seems able to weather any storm, even the constant criticism that rains down on them both from their mother, but Maggie is a passionate and fiery artist whose temper is as bold as her art. Their mother's bitterness is a mystery to Bri and Maggie, until secrets from the past challenge everything they've come to believe. It's Maggie's skill as a glass blower that brings Rogan Sweeney, the international gallery owner, to her small cottage in County Clare. His interest in her is purely professional, until their personalities clash and sparks begin to fly ...As her career takes off, how will Maggie cope with the heat of the spotlight and feelings for Rogan that she would rather ignore?
Very good. General wear, may have some light creases to the spine and or cover from reading, all pages are clean, no writing or notations. Different cover. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 405 p. Born in Trilogy, 1. Audience: General/trade.
Very good. Book shows a small amount of wear to cover and binding. Some pages show signs of use. Different cover. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 405 p. Born in Trilogy, 1. Audience: General/trade.
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Born in fire. Not really born in fire - CONCEIVED in fire. In the fire of early heat of a love match. Prior to wedding she is conceived during a heated moment between her parents. Paid the price all her life for her mother believed the child was a penance for her sin. Treated poorly by her mother all her life (even beaten), she was adored by her father. The father was loved by many (except his wife) with a great nature and better heart. A man with little due to his propensity for "get rich quick" scams. He sounds endearing. Wresting a promise from Maggie to take care of his wife and her sister upon his death in her arms, Maggie agrees. She is an artist with a flare for creating beautiful blown glass items. She works for 5 years selling her work and trying to honor her promise to her father. Her work catches the eye of Rogan and the deals are set in place to make her famous - and rich. Finally able to fulfill her promise, she takes the money and sets her nasty mother up. Still the woman is unbearable and nasty. I realize she gave up/lost a lot in order to marry this man she saw a bum - but goodness. Maggie finds herself alternating between greed (and guilt for it) and fear of failure - all while falling for Rogan. He lost his heart and is patient and willing to wait for her to figure herself out while declaring his love. They fight, they love, they fight some more. During the time he is learning about her and finds what he must do to gain her heart. The story is a good one.
Publishers Weekly, 1994-08-22 The 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. Lacking melodramatic overtones or strange twists of fate, the plot may seem less than exciting, but the conflicts Maggie and Rogan face are refreshingly realistic and the characters themselves, well-rounded and likable, will keep readers engaged. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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