Book Reviews of Sapphire

Sapphire
Sapphire
Author: Rosemary Rogers
ISBN-13: 9780778322368
ISBN-10: 077832236X
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 67 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Altho the title/name of heroine is kind of over the top, the story is
well written with strong charcters, tension just right. The story centers around the heroine's search for her birth father, her only clues being a few love letters,a magnificent sapphire and a vague story. Fun secondary characters and good follow thru.
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Helpful Score: 1
so close to being a good book, too many plot diversions
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Helpful Score: 1
A beautiful romantic tale with adventure and wild romance. Take place in Enland and American.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good Read!
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excellent read could not put it down
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Excellent book!The heroine is very spunky and independant and brings a cocky Blake Thixton to his knees.
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It is a very good book. Sapphire is taken to London for her father to give her his last name, but she discovers that her father died. But she is still bound and determined to get the name that she thought she was entitled to. I enjoyed it very much.
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Standard RR fare: lots of huffing, foot-stamping outrage from the heroine and aggressive, overpowering kisses/behavior from the hero. The positive difference in this book is the heroine's actions to take control of her life.
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I really enjoyed this book. Sapphire is a strong character and the story flows well.
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Despite her privileged life in teh sultry paradise of Martinique, the beautiful and daring Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has been denied her. Sapphire sails to London to confront the aristocratic family who has disowned her before she was even born - only to find that her father is dead and that his title has passed to Blake Thixton, an attractive yet loathsome distant American cousin. Convinced Sapphire is determined to bring about his ruin, Blake kidnaps her and sails back to America, where he presents her with a choice; become his mistress or serve him as a maid in his waterfront mansion. Without means in this unfamiliar land, Sapphire is trapped. But she will not compromise her quest for honor so easily.
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Despite her privileged life in the sultry paradise of Martinique, the beautiful and daring Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has been denied her. Sapphire sails to London to confront the aristocratic family who had disowned her before she was even born--only to find that her father is dead and that his title has passed to Blake Thixton, attractive yet loathsome distant American cousin. Convinced Sapphire is determined to bring about his ruin, Blake kidnaps her and sails back to America, where he presents her with a choice: become his mistress or serve him as a maid in his waterfront mansion. Without means in this unfamiliar land, Sapphire is trapped. But she will not compromise her quest for honor so easily--not even for the man she has come to desire.
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Not even love could stop her... Despite her privileged life in the sulty paradise of Martinique, the beautiful and daring Sapphire will never be happy until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has ben denied her.
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Sapphire Fabergine, beautiful, rich, living on the isle of Martinque, has just been informed by the only father she has known Maurice Fabergine, that he is not her real father, and that her now deceased mother was a prostitute. Her real father the Earl of Wessex lives in London, and he and her mother were married, the marriage was not recognized as her mother was a nobody.
Maurice wants her to travel to London to find her father as requested by her now dead mother. Sapphire journeys to London with her Aunt, Lucia, and adopted sister Angelique. Sapphire finds out her natural father is deceased and encounters the arrogant, impatient, attractive, american Blake Thixton who is the new heir. Sapphire explains to Blake about her claim as the daughter of the Earl of Wessex. Blake does not believe her story, there is no proof. Conflict, and anger between Blake and Sapphire leads to mutual desire. Blake has not been loved by anyone, and Sapphire has been surrounded by love, and she is sensitive to this flaw in his character.
Blake kidnaps Sapphire and takes her to the states, asking her to be his mistress or maid, she refuses, and runs away.
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Not even love could stop her . . .

Despite her privileged life in the sultry paradise of Martinique, the beautiful and daring Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has been denied her. Sapphire sails to London to confront the aristocratic family who had disowned her before she was even born -- only to find that her father is dead and that his title has passed to Blake Thixton, an attractive yet loathsome distant American cousin.

Convinced Sapphire is determined to bring about his ruin, Blake kidnaps her and sails back to America, where he presents her with a choice: become his mistress or serve him as a maid in his waterfront mansion. Without means in this unfamiliar land, Sapphire is trapped. But she will not compromise her quest for honor so easily -- not even for the man she has come to desire.

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"Despite her privileged life in the sultry paradise of Martinique, the beautiful & daring Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor & legitimacy that has been denied her. Sapphire sails to London to confront the aristocratic family who had disowned her before she was even born -- only to find that her father is dead & that his title has passed to Blake Thiston, an attractive yet loathsome distant American cousin."
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Despite her privileged life in the sultry paradise of Marinique, the beautifula nd daring Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has been denied her. Sapphire sails to London to confront the aristocratic family who had disowner her before she was even born-only to find that her father is dead ad that his title has passed on to Blake Thixto, an attractive yet loathsome distant American cousin......
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Despite the privileged life she leads in Martinique, Sapphire Fabergine will never be satisfied until she claims the honor and legitimacy that has been denied her. She sails to London to confront the family who has disowner her before she was even born-only to find her father has dies and his title has passed to Blake Thixton, an attractive, yet loathsome distant American cousin. Sapphire is determined to bring him down. Blake kidnaps her and sails back to America, where he presents her with a choice:become his mistress or serve him as a maid in his mamsion. Without means in tthe unfamiliar land, Sapphire is trapped. But she will not compromise her quest for honor so easily-not even for the man she has come to desire.....
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Arriving in London to confront the aristocratic family who disowned her, Sapphire Fabergine is kidnapped by Blake Thixton, a distant American cousin who, inheriting her late father's title, believes her to be threat.
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Without means of living in a new land where she was taken after being kidnapped, the heroine is given a choice: become a mistress or a maid of her captor.v What will she choose?