Book Reviews of Sullivan's Woman

Sullivan's Woman
Sullivan's Woman
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN-13: 9780373218967
ISBN-10: 0373218966
Publication Date: 8/1/2003
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 184 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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A very compelling, sweet story about the redemptive power of love. Really enjoyed the hero and heroine in this book.
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A little slow in the beginning but overall a wonderful quick read.
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This one made me wish for some fog and mysterious stranger here in Arkansas
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A re-release of an early Nora Roberts book. Similiar to her earlier works, this is one of the best.
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A quick read, not up to her usual style
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This was an excellent book. Colin sullivan is used to getting what he wants, so when the one girl he desires most turns him down he must shhow her that he does not take no for an answer.
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One of Nora Roberts early romance novels. Colin Sullivan seemed to be a mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered he was flesh and blood-and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma-and a reputation with the ladies. From the moment Colin focused his attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irresistible desire to be reckless with her heart. Cass had spirit, beauty-but it was her innocence that drove him to hold back and not take what he wanted for once in his life. It would require subtlety, patience and tenderness to make her Sullivan's woman. A fun read, especially for summer!
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With every stroke of his brush, painter Colin SUlivan created lasting beauty - and heartach for his mode, Cassidy St. John.
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This is a book about a Cassidy St. John and her romance with Colin Sullivan.
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Another wonderful book by Mrs. Roberts.
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Wonderful love story!
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very good read for a short book. good for an afternoon read
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In SanFrancisco, he's an artist who wants her for his model...
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nora roberts' typical great romance.
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Great quick read.
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With every stoke of his brush, painter Colin Sullivan created lasting beauty---and heartache---for his model, Cassidy St. John. Colin's paitings would certainly stand the test of time, but would his loving last as long? What would it take to become...Sullivan's woman.
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great read
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He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood...and all man. He had fame, wealth, and charisma...and a reputation with the ladies. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irresistible desire to be reckless with her heart. Colin was unaccustomed to refusal, partivularly from women. Yet Cass intrigued him as no other woman ever had. She had spirit, beauty...but it was her innocence that drove him to hold back and -for once in his life- not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtlety...patience...tenderness than he'd ever shown to make her Sullivan's woman.
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He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St.John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood and all man. He had fame , weralth , charisma... and a reputation with the ladies. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerising sttentionon Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irrestistible desire to be reckless with her heart.
Colin was unaccustomed to refusal, particularly from women. Yet Cass introgied him as no tothere woman ever had. She had spirit beauty... but it ws her innocence that drove him to hold back and - for once in his life --not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtletly...patience... tenderness, than he'd ever shown to make her Sullivan's woman
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He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, bu Cassidy St John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood... and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma... and a reputation with th ladies. Yet from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irresistinle desire to be restless with her heart.
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He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and bloodand all man. He had fame, wealth, charismaand a reputation with the ladies. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irresistible desire to be reckless with her heart.

Colin was unaccustomed to refusal, particularly from women. Yet Cass intrigued him as no other woman ever had. She had spirit, beautybut it was her innocence that drove him to hold back and for once in his life not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtletypatiencetenderness than he'd ever shown to make her Sullivan's woman.
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A light, quick enjoyable read.

He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma and a reputation with the ladies. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irrestible desire to be reckless with her heart.
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He loomed out of the fog like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood ... and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma... and a reputation with the ladies. From the moment Colin focused his mesmerising attention on Cassidy, she was torn between prudence and the irresistible desire to be reckless with her heart.
Cassidy intrigued Colin as no other woman ever had. She had spirit, beauty... but it was her innocence that drove him to hold back and -- for once in his life -- not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtlety... patience ... tenderness than he'd ever shown to make her Sullivan's woman.
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Delightful, quick read. He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh & blood,and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma,and a reputation with the ladies. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn etween prudence and the irresistable desire to be reckless with her heart. Colin, was unaccustomed to refusal, particularly from women. Yet Cass intrigued himm as no other woman ever had. She had spirit, beauty, bit it was her innocence that drove him to hold back and, for once in his life, not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtlety, patience, tenderness that he'd ever shown to make her his woman.