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by. Matthews, Patricia, 1927-.

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by Patricia Matthews. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780553013689.

Embers of Dawn, 1982. Flames of Glory, 1982. Gambler in Love, 1984.

Patricia Anne Klein Ernst Brisco Matthews. Matthews started to write poetry, juvenile books, a play, fantasy and mystery short stories, which she signed under different names: Patricia Ernst, . Brisco and Pat A. Brisco. Using the names Patty Brisco and Pat Brisco, she wrote gothic novels. Embers of Dawn, 1982.

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Patricia Matthews (Author), Clayton Matthews (Author). I started with the first book in the series "Dawn" and was hooked from there on out. After the first few chapters you really begin to feel as though you know Dawn. When good things happen for her it makes me happy, and sad when she is sad. It is almost impossible to put these books down once you've began reading them. I would recommend this series to anyone, it's very easy to follow and will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire series.

Patricia Anne Matthews, American Writer. Avocations: writing and playing music, acting. F C. Recipient (with Clayton Matthews) Team Writing award Romantic Times, 1983. Z8SXO/?tag prabook0b-20. Destruction at Dawn (Fastback Disaster Stories). 09164/?tag prabook0b-20.

1982) A novel by Patricia Matthews. May 1983 : USA Paperback. Published 1983 by Severn House. In a violent age of war and turmoil, she rose from the ashes of battle toseize a wild and passionate dream. In the fiery aftermath of Civil War, shewas penniless. She possessed only a ravaged farm and a cache of prizedtobacco. Everything was gone but the determined spirit that drove her o. wo men would kindle her dreams, ignite her ambitions, set her aflame. BenAsher gave her wisdom and tender love.

Embers of Dawn epub download

ISBN13: 978-0552120807

ISBN: 0552120804

Author: Patricia Matthews

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Corgi Books; New Ed edition (1982)

Pages: 328 pages

ePUB size: 1196 kb

FB2 size: 1223 kb

Rating: 4.3

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Acebiolane
The author (PM) usually has good story lines but her characters ruin the books. PM must have a thing about over six foot, broad shouldered, & handsome men and all seem to have only one thing in mind - getting her heroine unclothed which she cannot resist. If she does, they force the issue. I don't see the men I know in those rolls. Her heroines usually almost get raped by several men, is saved by the good guy, then is taken by him (which she loves) after which she usually has sex with all of the main characters. PM must believe in very loose morals and believes that is all her readers want to read.

In "Embers of Dawn" her heroine , Charlotte has a rough time of it(don't we all) and is a smart hard worker. But she believes she can do and say whatever she pleases as long as she isn't raped by a gang of bad guys and her meally mouthed men worshipers have no say in the matters, love her anyway, and wait patiently for their turn to come around again. Any decent man would tell her to get lost. In PM's "Loves Daring Dream" the situation and the heroine is even worse. I sincerely hope that most women are not as most romance writers portray them.

The story line is worth about 3-4 stars but the book (as is most of PM's) as written is one star or less.
Acebiolane
The author (PM) usually has good story lines but her characters ruin the books. PM must have a thing about over six foot, broad shouldered, & handsome men and all seem to have only one thing in mind - getting her heroine unclothed which she cannot resist. If she does, they force the issue. I don't see the men I know in those rolls. Her heroines usually almost get raped by several men, is saved by the good guy, then is taken by him (which she loves) after which she usually has sex with all of the main characters. PM must believe in very loose morals and believes that is all her readers want to read.

In "Embers of Dawn" her heroine , Charlotte has a rough time of it(don't we all) and is a smart hard worker. But she believes she can do and say whatever she pleases as long as she isn't raped by a gang of bad guys and her meally mouthed men worshipers have no say in the matters, love her anyway, and wait patiently for their turn to come around again. Any decent man would tell her to get lost. In PM's "Loves Daring Dream" the situation and the heroine is even worse. I sincerely hope that most women are not as most romance writers portray them.

The story line is worth about 3-4 stars but the book (as is most of PM's) as written is one star or less.
Insanity
I don't expect much from romance novels. Usually it is the same storyline with different locales, etc. I picked this up from a box of books which was going to be thrown out because I had nothing else to read at the time. Well, imagine my surprise when the heroine had sex with two main characters! And considering the time period, circa Civil War era, this would have been a monumental decision for a well-brought up female, but Charlotte took it all in stride as though she was living in 1980, not 1870. So therefore, I found this book a little surprising. It was also interesting reading about the whole tobacco process. I would recommend it to someone who routinely reads romance novels, especially if they can get it free!
Insanity
I don't expect much from romance novels. Usually it is the same storyline with different locales, etc. I picked this up from a box of books which was going to be thrown out because I had nothing else to read at the time. Well, imagine my surprise when the heroine had sex with two main characters! And considering the time period, circa Civil War era, this would have been a monumental decision for a well-brought up female, but Charlotte took it all in stride as though she was living in 1980, not 1870. So therefore, I found this book a little surprising. It was also interesting reading about the whole tobacco process. I would recommend it to someone who routinely reads romance novels, especially if they can get it free!