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Ciji Ware
Birth date: May 22
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 5 years ago
The main characters in this book are Fiona Fraser and Alexander Maxwell. After an impromptu "meet cute" in New York City in 2009 and fall instantly in love. Too bad that Alexander is already married. Alexander goes back to Scotland and dreams of Fiona. And Fiona stays in New York and dreams of Alexa...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 5 years ago
It takes a lot for me to give a novel one or zero stars. There has to be pretty much nothing redeemable about a book in my eyes. Usually I can find something good to say whether it be the writing or plot points, but I have to say that this novel for me was just a total non-starter. I took me the bet...
Readin' and Dreamin'
Readin' and Dreamin' rated it 8 years ago
A Light on the Veranda is a sequel to Midnight on Julia Street.I just didn't connect with this book: the characters, the setting, even the historical story. The character Daphne has these flashbacks of sorts to her ancestor and namesake who lived two hundred years before. I guess these flashbacks we...
Blodeuedd
Blodeuedd rated it 8 years ago
My thoughts:This was my first book by Ware and I certainly hope it will not be my last because it was a good one. It's set against the backdrop of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the fires that destroyed much of the city. Early on tragedy strikes and then we get to see how the city is rebuilt....
Readin' and Dreamin'
Readin' and Dreamin' rated it 9 years ago
Give me a book about an strong, independent woman fighting against prejudice to fulfill her dreams and be treated as an equal, then I'm most likely going to love it.So, yes, I loved A Race to Splendor, which is the story of a fictional architect named Amelia Hunter Bradshaw. It's 1906, and upon her ...
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