Kathleen E. Woodiwiss’ sweeping, page civil war romance ASHES IN THE WIND warmly engages readers. It’s incredible that a book. Ashes In The Wind By Kathleen E. Woodiwiss – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. New Orleans, With her family dead Alaina MacGaren finds herself beseiged by a vile Union officer bent on seduction (when she refuses.
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The big age gap between hero and heroine, and the way it was depicted wasn’t to my liking Sep 10, Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: I had very little respect for this man. It did leave me with some enjoyable moments. Rather than follow the advice of the rejection letters and rewrite the ij, she instead submitted it kathleeen paperback publishers.
Reading it was definitely a labor of love for me. As I was reading it, parts started coming back to me and I used to read a lot of Woodiwiss in the early ’80s so I must have read this book. Thank you, Blacky for reading this one with me.
Ashes in the Wind
Did it live up kathledn the five stars I had given it back then? De todas formas, K. After we’ve tended your leg, I’ll shave and bathe you. Profound emotion and love scenes that make your toes curl without a graphic detail included make this one for the ages. I all but gulped and breathed woofiwiss in voraciously, reading while eating, getting up during the night to see what would happen next, only to end up reading all night long, and sighed with satisfaction and gratification, in the afterglow of the end.
The book follows Alaina, her adventures and her thoughts much more closely than Cole’s, all in the context of the American Civil War. My rating remains four stars.
Characters of the stoutest cardboard, true. I like long setups, but the characters here didn’t grab me to make the investment worthwhile. When DuBonne’s advances become difficult to fend off, Cole offers Alaina marriage after Roberta passes away. She is saved from them by a young Yankee surgeon, Captain Cole Latimer from Minnesota, a man of honor and great medical talent who is respectful of Southerners.
I have been a Kathleen Woodiwiss fan since the first book of hers that I picked up over 30 years ago and I believe I have read every book she has written. Jul 19, Vivian rated it really liked it Shelves: Now that Im older I have no shame in declaring this one of my favorites!
Tengo que meditar la review para el blog Alaina, of course, detests Yankees. Admittedly, one of my biggest pet peeves in a story axhes the whole “girl-in-pants” deal.
Ashes in the Wind by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss – FictionDB
At age 16, she met U. Mar 21, Kimberly Carrington-Fox rated it it was amazing Shelves: You feel the aura of the Civil War around you as you read hy book. In woodiwoss end I don’t think this book was a complete waste of time wnd me. Refresh and try again. I can honestly say, this is my most favorite book of all. When the young orphan is accosted by a group of soldiers, Yankee surgeon Cole Latimer rescues the “lad”–never guessing that love for the rebel beauty will set duty against desire, ultimately testing his loyalties, his trust and his honor.
Alaina was so much of what I identified with at that age and aspired to from the metamorphosis from t This was a reread after many, many years–and it held up to my memory. Newer Post Older Post Home.
Cole being rescued from the river – 2 times. Elizabeth Hoyt 3 Authors: She could just see his gaping grin above his broad brass-buttoned chest. Alaina e Cole sono due personaggi veramente ben caratterizzati, mi sono piaciuti pure i lo Uno dei migliori libri della Woodiwiss che ho letto. She journeys to her Uncle’s home and along the way has an encounter with Cole Lattimer, the heroe of the story.
It will not however, be a book that I will be re-reading any time soon.
In the process of caring for Cole in her uncle’s home, much happens, and a great mix-up occurs that casts a shadow on the rest of the story. I’m only giving this book 2. Oct 31, Feminista marked it as never-to-read.