Book Reviews of Violet Fire (Bragg Saga, Bk 3)

Violet Fire (Bragg Saga, Bk 3)
Violet Fire - Bragg Saga, Bk 3
Author: Brenda Joyce
ISBN-13: 9780380755783
ISBN-10: 0380755785
Publication Date: 12/1/1998
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Womens rights at its most outrageous. Grace crashesagainst Rathe, and he is exasperated trying to keep her safe.
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I LIKE THE BRAGG SASA FROM BRENDA JOYCE SO ANY OF HER BOOKS I FIND GREAT READING
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Part of the Bragg series.

A scion of the imperious Bragg family, golden-boy Rathe Bragg finds a society party all rather a yawn until a feisty suffragette bursts into the room. Wielding a six-shooter and shrieking feminist slogans from atop the grand piano, the impassioned lady makes a startling first impression on those gathered, especially Rathe -- and from that moment the sparks between them only intensify.

Irrepressible Grace O'Rourke, an intensely devout feminist, has outraged the entire town of Natchez with her radical ideas, and soon infuriates Rathe with her lack of regard for any opinions other than her own. Yet, despite her steadfast devotion to her cause, Grace warms to the virile gallant. But his bold suggestion of becoming his mistress stings the proud Grace, and she firmly rejects his scandalous proposition. But telling a Bragg "no" is the ultimate stimulant, and now, Rathe ardently pursues the lady whose eyes are ignited by a violet fire.
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Brenda Joyce is good auther and this was an ejoyable read.
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A scion of the imperious Bragg family, golden-boy Rathe Bragg finds a society party all rather a yawn until a feisty suffragette bursts into the room. Wielding a six-shooter anbd shrieking feminist slogans from atop the grand piano, the impassioned lady makes a startling first impression on those gathered, especially Rathe -- and from that moment the sparks between them only intensify.

Irrepressible Grace O'Rourke, an intensely devout feminist, has outraged the entire town of Natchez with her radical ideas, and soon infuriates Rathe with her lack of regard for any opinions other than her own. Yet, despite her steadfast devotion to her cause, Grace warms to the virile gallant. But his bold suggestion of becoming his mistress stings the proud Grace, and she firmly rejects his scandalous proposition. But telling a Bragg "no" is the ultimate stimulant, and now, Rathe ardently pursues the lady whose eyes are ignited by a VIOLET FIRE.
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Grace O'Rourke crashes a society party spouting women's rights and brandishing a gun. Rathe Bragg is immediately attracted to her and they meet again several years later. He asks her to marry him but she says no thinking he will curtail her activities. They are constantly at odds but neither actually tells the other exactly WHY they feel the way they do. This actually detracted from the story at times. Rathe reminded me of Rhett Butler but Grace was no Scarlet. She was supposed to be a strong woman but she ran headlong into trouble at every turn and Rathe was constantly "saving" her. It became rather tedious.
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I really enjoyed this book.
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Acion of the imperious Bragg family,golden-boy Rathe Bragg finds a society party all rather a yawn until a feisty suffragette burst into the room.Wielding a six-shooter and shireking feminist slogans from atop a grand piano,the impassioned lady makes a startling first impression on those gathered,especially Rathe-and from that moment the sparks between them only intensify.
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Impassioned suffragette Grace O'Rourke made a startling first impression on golden-boy Rathe Bragg when she crashed a society party wielding a six-shooter and spouting feminist slogans from atop the grand puano.And from that moment the sparks between them never stopped flying.
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Great fun to read how the Braggs began before the Deadly Series.
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Never read one of her books that I did not love!!
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A scion of the imperious Bragg family, golden-boy Rathe Bragg finds a society party all rather a yawn until a feisty suffragette bursts into the room. Wielding a six-shooter and shrieking feminist slogans from atop the grand piano, the impassioned lady makes a startling first impression on those gathered, especially Rathe -- and from that moment the sparks between them only intensify.

Irrepressible Grace O'Rourke, an intensely devout feminist, has outraged the entire town of Natchez with her radical ideas, and soon infuriates Rathe with her lack of regard for any opinions other than her own. Yet, despite her steadfast devotion to her cause, Grace warms to the virile gallant. But his bold suggestion of becoming his mistress stings the proud Grace, and she firmly rejects his scandalous proposition. But telling a Bragg "no" is the ultimate stimulant, and now, Rathe ardently pursues the lady whose eyes are ignited by a violet fire.