Book Reviews of The Brightest Flame

The Brightest Flame
The Brightest Flame
Author: Sonya Birmingham
ISBN-13: 9780843945645
ISBN-10: 0843945648
Publication Date: 8/1999
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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It was her fiery spirit and sharp wit that first drew Burke, a newspaper publisher, to the auburn-haired beauty. Unlike his boring high-society fiancee, Molly isn't afraid to stand up to him and makes him laugh. It is just that spunk that might save his "New York Telegram"--and ultimately, his soul.
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Ship of Dreams...
Molly Kilmartin left Ireland on a ship bound for New York City, determined to stand on her own two feet-to find her piece of the American Dream and never have to ask a soul for anything. She certainly didn't need a man like the dashing Burke Lassiter. So what if he was publisher of the New York Telegram and she wanted to make her living as a writer? Though he'd seduced her with champagne and kind words onboard ship, he'd turned out to be a chauvinistic womanizer like all the rest.
HIS DREAM COME TRUE...
It was her fiery spirit and sharp wit that first drew Lassiter to the auburn-haired beauty, unlike his boring high-society fiancee, Molly Kilmartin wasn't afraid to stand up to him, and she made him laugh. It was just that spunk that might save his paper, he reasoned. But he didn't realize she had the power to save something else; his soul. And if he trusted his heart, she would show him a love more precious that gold.
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Molly had spunk and spirit and coming to New York to make a start as a newspaper woman.Burke Lassiter is captivated by her and in dealing with her finds he will get his soul and a love more precious than gold. If he will trust his heart.
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It was her fiery spirit and sharp wit that first drew Burke, a newspaper publisher, to the auburn-haired beauty. Unlike his boring high-society fiancee, Molly isn't afraid to stand up to him and makes him laugh. It is just that spunk that might save his "New York Telegram"--and ultimately, his soul.