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Born in Fire review ì 3 Û Three modern sisters bound by the timeless beauty of IrelandThe eldest Concannon sister Maggie is a reclusive stubborn and free spirited glassmaker—with a heart worth winningMargaret Mary is a glass artist with an independent streak as fierce as her volatile temper Hand blowing glass is a difficult and exacting art and while she As her volatile temper Hand blowing glass is a difficult and exacting art and while she may produce the delicate and the fragile Maggie is a strong and opinionated woman a Clare woman with all the turbulence of that fascinating west countryO. This is my first novel by Nora Roberts I will admit to avoiding her books thinking they were just fluff Eating my words which should make some of you very happy You'll be mine and glad of it I'll be yours She lifted her face to the wind And glad of it Born in Fire is the first in the Born In Trilogy about three sisters haven't met the third yet set in Ireland woven with history and rich in character Maggie is the oldest Concannon sister she's bright strong and very uniue Her life has been shadowed by her mothers anger and regret at being stuck having a daughter Margaret Mary's father Tom is the shining light in her life he's supported and encouraged Maggie her whole life When Tom dies on a rainy Ireland night making Maggie promise to follow her dreams and make sure her sister Brianna does the same Maggie is then put on a path of truth opening her up to following those dreams and taking chances Maggie's beautiful glass works catch the eye of Rogan Sweeney a are curator who's looking to showcase Irish artistsWhat first caught my eye during the first chapter was Miss Roberts ability to weave these beautifully descriptive words in such a different way For example An unpredictable man he might be full of starts and stops and uick turns but she knew him Of all the men she had known she had loved no one with the full thrust of her heart as she loved Tom Concannon The story of Margaret Mary unfolds in such a natural way she sort of jumps off the page as either a women you wish you could be free and artsy or the women you already are I found myself wishing I could be as free with my ideas of how relationships develop Wanting him to call or wishing he would come by For Maggie she just lets life happen doen't play games and welcomes the idea of what fate has to offer She's riddled with the past mistakes of her mother and father Almost to a painful point where she's gone so far the other way and warded off marriage because of what she witnessed as a childReading the interactions between Margaret Mae and Rogan were hilarious Like fire and ice together they worked their way around each other to the point that they were the only people in the room who didn't know they were mad in love Written to perfection dripping in words not normally used to convey love and affection When Rogan and Maggie come together it's not a slow burn it's a raging fire Elegant he was And beautiful she thought in a way so uniuely male and as wonderfully competent and precise as the handy little machine he used to run his figures Not a man to run across sunny fields or lie dreaming under the moon But he was than she'd first imagined him to be much she now understood So with one Nora Roberts book under my belt it's only fitting to go back for seconds

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Three modern sisters bound by the timeless beauty of IrelandThe eldest Concannon sister Maggie is a reclusive stubborn and free spirited glassmaker with a heart worth winningMargaret Mary is a glass artist with an independent streak as fierce. I was craving a milkshake and nothing goes down smoother than a Nora Roberts romance Good thing I can always count on the local library to uench my thirst Originally published in 1994the Born in Trilogy tells the story of the Concannon sisters Maggie and Brianna Their father Tom has died and their mother Maeve increasingly difficult for the sisters to take care of on their own Born In Fire is Maggie's story Maggie is a glass blower and her items soon catch the eye of Dublin gallery owner Rogan Sweeney Maggie wants to be recognized for her work but is terrified of the strong feelings she begins to have for Rogan Personally I love the characterizations of Robert's characters and I find that her female protagonists are ones that a reader can relate and empathise with Maggie wants so much to be an independent working woman to see Brianna follow her own dreams to do her father proud and to handle her complicated relationship with her mother But Rogan Sweeney manages to complicate matters and causes Maggie to step back and consider her life and the wall that she had built around herself Now Rogan is pushy and flaunts the alpha male role which did cause some eye rolling on my part but one thing that I will say is that Nora Roberts always gives her characters time to get serious It might be lust in the beginning but soon one of the characters in this story it is Rogan that realizes he loves Maggie I appreciated that the characters have time to talk about their feelings and work through their frustrations like we would all hope mature adults would want to do But than the romance is the relationship between Maggie and Brianna In my opinion this was definitely the backbone of the novel Sisters who have rheir disagreements but remain truly their for one another It is also the reason that I immediately lunged for book 2

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Born in FireNe man Dublin gallery owner Rogan Sweeney has seen the soul in Maggie’s art and vows to help her build a career When he comes to Maggie’s studio her heart is inflamed by their fierce attraction and her scarred past is slowly healed by lov. I read Born in Fire a few years ago but suddenly wanted to read something beautiful and not very demanding Often that is just what going back to a book that I already read and loved means to me It is like a vacation when I go to the beach and just lay on the sand or take a little swin I don’t have to worry I don’t have to agonize wondering whether I will like what is to come Just revel in it Of course it has to be a well written book As I share a love for Ireland with Nora Roberts this book seemed to fit the bill I loved the setting the art of blown glass but above all Maggie and Rogan Tormented by the relationship with her mother she's always supportive of her sister but above all an ambitious and highly talented artist; he's a gallery owner deeply commited to art and very sure of himself Both have strong personalities and know what they want They are not without their conflicts not perfect at all Great just like all of us I also enjoyed Brianna and Murphy a lot Born in Fire is the first in the Born In Trilogy about three sisters followed by Born in Ice and Born in Shame I have read and enjoyed them all They are strongly interconnected and you should read them in seuence besides in the second and third installments the protagonists of the previous books are very present It’s almost as if it was a long book with many characters and shifting leads This is a romance trilogy as opposed to many Nora Roberts novels whose plots are basically mystery and suspense mixed with romance but one of her best of the genre in my opinion I highly recommend Born in Fire and the whole trilogy