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Ranger who is arrested for robbery Even so she falls in love with him If only she can Nora Sunfire Kindle prove his innocence.. When you re in bed with a cold there ain t nothing better than only mildly accurate historical romances starring ringletted redheads and gray eyed amnesiacs I have to say the ending went a little fast

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Nora Sunfire #26

The earthuake has destroyed her city but not her dreams As companion to a wealthy San Francisco socialite poor Nora gets a glimp. I remember reading this book as a young teenager and loving it I suppose that makes sense because it is basically a romance book for teens read clean and simple and of course I loved romance as a teen Now as a married woman I reread this book and think wow it is so juvenile I liked that it was clean don t get me wrong but the plot was incredibly simplified and there was no real character development or relationship development Anyhow I suppose it was entertaining enough and it was a fast read so it still warrants 3 stars I reccommend it for teenage girls where it is correctly marketed

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Se of the world of the rich and is determined to be a part of it Then the Great Earthuake happens and Nora rescues a handsome st. This is one of the poorest members of the Sunfire series Nora is self centered and manipulative valuing wealth and prestige above all else Her transformation in the face of adversity is unbelievable to the point of ridiculous though she never became likable to me Scratch that her transformation did include a good dose of cowardice That part was uite believableThe HEA scene at the close was as ridiculous as the rest Where some other weak Sunfire books have a good exploration of history supporting them the history of the San Francisco earthuake and its aftermath is sadly neglected in this


10 thoughts on “Nora Sunfire #26

  1. says:

    OK teen romance The heroine Nora is the most aggravating Sunfire heroine since Amanda Sunfire #1 for sheer unpleasantness of character Nora's a snob who's ashamed of her poor family and wants to be rich and live on San Francisco's Nob Hill or Pacific Heights She's even embarrassed at the pungent smells of the

  2. says:

    See my review of Amanda for my general review of the series After 15 books the 350 page Sunfires gave way to flims

  3. says:

    I remember reading this book as a young teenager and loving it I suppose that makes sense because it is basically a romance book for teens read clean and simple and of course I loved romance as a teen Now as a married woman I reread this book and think wow it is so juvenile I liked that it was clean don't get me wrong but the plot was incredibly simplified and there was no real character development or relationship de

  4. says:

    This is one of the poorest members of the Sunfire series Nora is self centered and manipulative valuing wealth and prestige above all else Her transformation in the face of adversity is unbelievable to the point of ridiculous though she never became likable to me Scratch that her transformation did include a good dose of cowardice That part was uite believableThe HEA scene at the close was as ridiculous as the

  5. says:

    Waxing Nostalgic #2 This book is about the San Francisco earthuake of 1906 At first I do not like Nora She is selfish and unpleasant Fortunately the tragedies that she sees from the earthuake help her to grow and look outside of herself

  6. says:

    Nora was self centered at first and couldn't make up her mind until the end of the book I liked all the parts that weren't dealing with her confusion

  7. says:

    I didn't think it was possible but I hated Nora even than Danielle

  8. says:

    This was was really good too

  9. says:

    When you're in bed with a cold there ain't nothing better than only mildly accurate historical romances starring ringletted redheads and gray eyed amnesiacs I have to say the ending went a little fast

  10. says:

    I originally read this series back in the 80s checking them out from my elementary school library Having re read them as an adult I think the

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