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ISBN:
0803496575
Author:
Karen Cogan
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Montlake Romance; Book Club (BCE/BOMC - 1st edition (April 1, 2004)
Pages:
184 pages
EPUB book:
1354 kb
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1892 kb
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1826 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
340


A Flame in the Wind book. A native of Houston, TX, Karen spent her early years enjoying life along the Gulf Coast.

A Flame in the Wind book. After high school, she attended Texas A&M as well as the University of Houston where she obtained a . in early childhood education. She has written numerous articles and stories, books for children and novels for adults. She particularly enjoys writing contemporary and historical romance. She now lives in A native of Houston, TX, Karen spent her early years enjoying life along the Gulf Coast.

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Rachel thinks she has her life under control. In this sweet Regency romance, Anne Taylor and her young brother, Jeremy, lose their grandfather. The estate passes to Jeremy. She has succeeded in starting a business and she tells herself all her dreams have come true. until Jonathon walks back into her life as a widower with a young so. achel thinks she has her life under control. Since he is not of age, a guardian is named.

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com User, April 8, 2005. The heroine of A FLAME IN THE WIND, Rebecca Dalton, endures the jolting stage coach that is taking her into the Outback by thinking about the father she will soon rejoin after a dismal life in Sydney with her not-too-nice mother and her downright nasty aunt.

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Karen Cogan updated their cover photo. Light reflects from Oak Creek as in runs through the canyon in in Sedona, Arizona. In the background the rock formations are outlined in the mist. February 28 ·. artpal. Featured Art of the Day: Morning Stillness - John Cogan Fine Art. This beautiful scene shows fall colors in all their magnificant splendor. February 25 ·.

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com's Karen Cogan Author Page. Sweet romance and wholesome children's books come from Karen Cogan's pen. With a background in elementary education, Karen Cogan draws upon the interests of her students to choose subject matter for her books. Her love of romance and romantic suspense inspires historical and contemporary romance novels.

We're like a flame out in the wind Wish I could keep us from harm But I think love never wins Our fate pulls everything apart. Blood red, got my eyes red from the crying I'm fine, here we go again Man I'm trying Look me in my eyes and tell me that I'll be okay Demons always haunting me I think they here to stay Don't lie when you tell me that you care I've been falling I even shaved

Sunny the seahorse lives in the ocean with his friends. He loves all of them and is sad when one of them has a problem. In this story, Shrimp becomes upset because he is too small to hang his seaweed curtains.

Sunny the seahorse lives in the ocean with his friends. His pride keeps him from asking for help. He gets angry and is rude when anyone tries to help him.

Fleeing her life in Sydney, Rebecca Dalton heads home to live with her father on their family ranch in the Australian outback. When she arrives, however, she discovers her father has died. Despite his death, and the shattering grief she feels, Rebecca stubbornly decides to run her family's farm on her own. She is advised that it's not safe for her to stay out in the wild country alone and that marriage is the only logical choice for her future.

Rebecca disagrees and remains determined to manage her sheep station independently and without the complications of romance. However, she soon finds her resolve challenged when a young foreman captivates her heart and threatens to break it with the painful secret that he carries.

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The heroine of A FLAME IN THE WIND, Rebecca Dalton, endures the jolting stage coach that is taking her into the Outback by thinking about the father she will soon rejoin after a dismal life in Sydney with her not-too-nice mother and her downright nasty aunt. As a tiny child, Rebecca lived with her father at his sheep station (sheep ranch in America), and she can't wait to get home to see the kangaroos hopping across the plains, and to be with the father she didn't want to leave when her mother divorced him. But Rebecca's homecoming is not as joyous as she expects. In fact it's horrible. Her father has been killed in a wagon accident. A young neighbor of his, Cole, comes to meet her coach. Another family friend, G.W. joins Cole to her that a sheep ranch is no place for a woman alone. Her hired man, Ned, suggests she go back to Sidney. He even suggests Cole might not be the nice, helpful neighbor he claims to be. Somehow, Rebecca just can't believe that. She also wants no more to do with her aunt. Then Finley, another rancher, makes it clear he intends to have her place as his own. In response, G. W. makes a suggestion Rebecca doesn't like, but she can't figure out how to tell him. How can she straighten everything out? Whom can she trust to help her? When she finds out, does she want to do it? Author Karen Cogan poses those questions, and eventually their answers, in simple but elegant prose that describes people, feelings, landscapes,time, place, and action vividly. Her writing style makes A FLAME IN THE WIND a page-turner. So does a twist in the plot as Rebecca and her supports meet Finley in a final confrontation. A FLAME IN THE WIND is a nice, nice romance with Christian overtones. But it is never maudlin, preachy or mushy. Add to all of it Karen Cogan's careful research of the Australian Outback and life there in the 1800s, and A FLAME IN THE WIND turns into a nice little fire.
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A run of the mill love story. Predictable from the start of the book with no real surprises.
  • Ausstan
Very good story, interesting.