Roses After Rain

Roses After Rain

Cassie Edwards / Dec 06, 2019

Roses After Rain AUSTRALIAVast and untamed it was a land that tested the boundaries of a man s courage and rugged Ian Lavery reveled an the struggle as he pitted himself against bushrangers wild dingoes and drought

  • Title: Roses After Rain
  • Author: Cassie Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780505522191
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • AUSTRALIAVast and untamed, it was a land that tested the boundaries of a man s courage, and rugged Ian Lavery reveled an the struggle as he pitted himself against bushrangers, wild dingoes and droughtALIABeautiful and provocative, she tried the limits of a man s endurance, but Ian sensed there were exquisite pleasures to be had in claiming the penniless emigreSES AFTAUSTRALIAVast and untamed, it was a land that tested the boundaries of a man s courage, and rugged Ian Lavery reveled an the struggle as he pitted himself against bushrangers, wild dingoes and droughtALIABeautiful and provocative, she tried the limits of a man s endurance, but Ian sensed there were exquisite pleasures to be had in claiming the penniless emigreSES AFTER RAINWild and sweet, their passion went beyond the bounds of propriety, yet neither would deny a love as unconquerable as the continent itself

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    About "Cassie Edwards"

      • Cassie Edwards

        Edwards began writing romances in 1982 and released her 100th novel, Savage Skies, on August 28, 2007 Although her earlier books were classic historical romances, the vast majority of her novels involve Native American tribes Edwards s grandmother was a full blooded Cheyenne Her first 99 books sold a combined 10 million copies as of August 2007, with her recent novels averaging sales of 250,000 350,000 copies.Edwards has won the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award and the Romantic Times Reviewer s Choice Award, as well as being named one of Affaire de Coeur s top ten favorite romance writers Edwards has a reputation for meticulously researching the proper anthropological backgrounds of each tribe she writes about.Edwards and her husband Charles, a retired high school biology teacher, have been married for over 50 years They have two sons, Charles and Brian, and three grandchildren The family lived in St Louis, Missouri for over thirty years, but now reside in Mattoon, Illinois.


    638 Comments

    1. ★★★½✩ I had a difficult time rating this one. It has been years since I’ve read a book by Ms. Edwards, and I did so now because it was a “pick an author for me” read. Usually, CE writes Native American Indian stories; however, this one set in Australia. Due to the “fair use” of expired use verses plagiarism charges against this author in 2008, I didn’t want to purchase any of her books; however, this one was free at OpenLibrary, so I went with it.It is so nice to read a “r [...]


    2. Thalia had little choice but to get on a ship sailing for Australia where she could find a job or even a husband. Leaving her younger sister in England until she has money to send for her, she plans on starting a new life for herself. When she arrives she ends up in the water with sharks surounding her, and when she believes that dead is imminent, a stranger saves her lifeIan Lavery. Thalia is instantly drawn to Ian but she wonders if he is as attracted to her as she is to him. So at first she g [...]


    3. I read this while tanning. Cigarette in one hand and this book in the other, I enjoyed the hell out of it. Thalia is a bit of a dim bulb (to put it lightly). This became apparent to me less than 20 pages in: upon seeing shark in the water at end of her voyage to Australia, she thinks "better not fall off the boat" and then abruptly does so. This book has a nice adventure feel to it, lots of drama, and lols. I also rolled my eyes a lot.


    4. I enjoyed this book. I still like Cassie's Indian Romance stories better. It was about a young woman that went to Australia to find a better life and a rich husband so she can bring her sister over from England. She got mixed up with the wrong man and thats where her troubles began. Funny at times.


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