Fiction Graham, Janice Firebird

ISBN 13: 9780316645249

Firebird

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9780316645249: Firebird

Ethan Brown is a gentleman rancher - a lawyer who is as comfortable amongst his books as he is at ease in the company of cowboys. Engaged to the daughter of the wealthiest landowner in the county, he is within reach of the life he has worked so hard to achieve.

Annette Zeldin enters Ethan's life when she returns from Europe to settle her mother's estate. A concert violinist, she feels every inch the outsider and clings to her young daughter, her lifeline. The time Annette spends with Ethan in his office offers her moments of comfort and communion, and before long, both must acknowledge the passion growing between them.

Annette and Ethan begin a clandestine affair that promises (or threatens) to change their lives - but it is soon to be torn apart by tragedy...

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A powerful story of the war between the forces of nature and spiritual truth ( GOOD HOUSEKEEPING)

A pageturner par excellence ( IRISH TIMES)

Pure enjoyment ( PEOPLE)

What a page-turner! FIREBIRD is not only believable and compelling, but well-written enough to satisfy fans of the likes of Alice Hoffman and Barbara Kingsolver ( Eileen Goudge)

Descrizione del libro:

* A man caught between two women - one who shares his life and his dream of land and cattle; the other a relative stranger whose love threatens to destroy the dream he has built.

* An extraordinarily accomplished novel with the power of THE HORSE WHISPERER.

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Graham, Janice
Editore: G. P. Putnam's Sons (1998)
ISBN 10: 0316645249 ISBN 13: 9780316645249
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Descrizione libro G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1998. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 316645249

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