Book Reviews of Irish Dreams: Irish Rebel / Sullivan's Woman

Irish Dreams: Irish Rebel / Sullivan's Woman
Irish Dreams Irish Rebel / Sullivan's Woman
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN-13: 9780373285419
ISBN-10: 0373285418
Publication Date: 2/1/2007
Pages: 432
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 317 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Sometimes you just need to escape for a little while and Nora Roberts is a trusted author in that respect for me.
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My daughter loved this book! Actually, two books!
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I love reading about the Irish.This was the first Nora Roberts book I have ever read....but it will NOT be the last!Very good read!It keeps you reading from the first page!
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Another wonderful book from the Roberts collection! I enjoyed both stories of romance, first one within the horse racing scene, the second an artists love for his model.
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Good solid Roberts; interesting characters, sweet romance.
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I love Nora. Same basic premise as a lot of her books experienced alpha male/virin sarcastic female but I seem to like that combination and the stories she tells.
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I absolutly loved this book,you could feel the emotions of the characters as you read the book.It was a story you never imagined but once I read it I never wanted to forget it.
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Loved it
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Once again Nora Roberts doesn't let you down. Two captivating stories.
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If you love the Irish countryside you'll enjoy these tales!
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I thought this was a good book. I peeled through it really fast.
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I love Nora Roberts and both of these stories were great! I didn't think I would like the second one so well, because I had just read the 3 in the Irish trilogy that the first story goes with and the 2nd was not a part of that, but it was really great too!!
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If you like Nora Roberts you will love this book. This book has two stories in it so you get two for the price of one
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Absolutly great book!! Couldn't put it down.. If you like Nora Robert's books, then his is a must have
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So good I have ordered them twice! Ms Roberts is an excellent story teller.
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Good Nora Roberts stories. I love stories about the Irish and she can tell them.
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Two novels in one binding by Nora Roberts. Esp. enjoyed "Irish Rebel". Nice character development. You felt like you were in the story with them.
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About this title: The love of the Irish continues with this second collection of previously published classics by Nora Roberts. This volume--the follow-up to "Irish Hearts," available in January 2007--includes "Irish Rebel" and "Sullivan's Woman."
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It is a sweet story, a little simplistic. Good beach novel when you need a light read
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Two stories of Irish romance. I liked the first one better, but they were both nicely done. The first story is one of perceived class differences amongst horse people. The second is a story of passionate connections made between artist and subject. You can imagine where each will take you, and won't be disappointed.
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Two great stories in one book. Fast and easy reading.
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Two Nora Roberts Irish tales. Irish Rebel is the story of hardworking horse trainer, Brian Donnelly, who becomes intrigued with the boss's daughter, herself an excellent horsewoman. Sullivan's Woman details the romance of tempermental artist, Colin Sullivan, and his impromptu model, writer Cassidy St. John. Their Irish tempers flair and wane until they finally accept their destiny.
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Two great Nora Roberts stories! I especially liked Sullivan's Woman. It reminds me of the Kincaid brothers a bit.
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Two great stories by Nora Roberts. Worth the read.
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Irish Rebel is the sequel to Irish Thoroughbred. Irish Rebel stars Brian Donnelly (from Ireland) and Keeley Grant, eldest daughter to Travis and Adelia Grant, introduced in Irish Thoroughbred. A great read!

Sullivan's Women stars a struggling writer, Cassidy St. John and Colin Sullivan, handsome, charismatic, esteemed painter, who offers her a modeling job for his most recent work. Another good read.
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I really enjoyed this book.
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Really enjoyed these two stories..very fast moving and entertaining!
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IRISH REBEL:
She was practically royalty-the daughter of a rich,renowned horse-breeding dynasty.He was just a hardworking horse trainer.But Brian Donnelly was in America now,where even he might aspire to possess the breathtaking Keely Grant.Her wealth and position didn't deter Brian...for it was the innocence Keely offered him that beguiled the wild Irish rebel and threatened to corral his restless heart.

SULLIVAN'S WOMAN:
Fired from yet another job,captivating model Cassidy St.John hardly expected the solution to her difficulities to come from an absolute stranger.When handsome,charismatic Colin Sullivan offered her a job modeling for one of his paintings,it seemed her troubles were over-but for one look at his blue eyes and Cassidy knew they were only beginning......
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Irish Rebel
She was practically royalty--the daughter of a rich, renowned horse-breeding dynasty. He was just a hardworking horse trainer. But Brian Donnelly was in America now, where even he might aspire to possess the breathtaking Keeley Grant. Her wealth and position didn't deter Brian...for it was the innocence Keeley offered him that beguiled the wild Irish rebel and threatened to corral his restless heart.

Sullivan's Woman
Fired from yet another job, captivating model Cassidy St. John hardly expected the solution to her difficulties to come from an absolute stranger. When handsome, charismatic Colin Sullivan offered her a job modeling for one of his paintings, it seemed her troubles were over--but one look at his blue eyes and Cassidy knew they were only beginning..........
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I love all of Nora Roberts books that have anything to do with Irish people. These books catch your attention and keep it the whole way through.