Book Reviews of Poinciana

Poinciana
Poinciana
Author: Phyllis A. Whitney
ISBN-13: 9780449244470
ISBN-10: 0449244474
Publication Date: 10/1/1981
Pages: 350
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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The Palm Beach home of Ross Logan contains his celebrated collection of oriental art, and a prized new possession -- his terrified young bride....

Adorning the Florida coastline stands Poinciana, the fabulous mansion of the Logan family. Inside its regal walls a volcano of intrigue and violent emotion has begun to erupt, and not one of the Logans is safe.

Especially not Sharon Hollis Logan, the lovely young bride of patriarch Ross Logan. For reasons unknown to Sharon, Ross seems to be hated by Gretchen, his daughter from a previous marriage, by her ne'er-do-well husband, Vasily, and by Ross's strange mother, Allegra -- and all their hostility is readily transferred to Sharon.

But as she tries to find out why, Sharon uncovers a devastating secret about her own relationship with her husband -- a secret that, in the end, will test the limits of her courage as well as her ability to love
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One of my favorite authors... A mystery with a little romance added
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The Palm Beach home of Ross Logan. it contains his enigmatic past, his celebrated collection of oriental art. And a prized new possession-his terrified young bride.
A spellbinding saga of love betrayed and of a woman trapped by the past.
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Adorning the Florida coastline stands Poinciana, the fabulous mansion of the Logan family. No one of the Logan family is safe
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Saga of love betrayed and of a woman trapped by the past. Many twists and turns.
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A classic Whitney and one of my favorites!