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  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Of all forbidden luv theme I ve read the last 16 yrs, this was probably the most memorable 1, not in a good way tho , thanx to the slew of appalling, shudders inducing, stomach churning experiences heroine suffered thru Just when I thought things could not have gotten worse for the heroine, they did How in holy hell Kit s sanity physical being could survive intact w 1 paralyzing terror after another, was a miracle indeed H H ended up w a dubious HEA, but I just wasn t sure if the vic Of all forbidden luv theme I ve read the last 16 yrs, this was probably the most ...


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    So, like most recent readers of this book, I picked this puppy up based on its notorious reputation.I ll have to admit, I ended up liking it.It is a bodice ripper, no doubt about that He backhands her hard enough to give her a bloody nose on page 28 By page 31, he s brutally raped her and sent her blood and semen encrusted underthings to her father He holds her responsible for her father s actions, and he blames him for his mother s death in a bloody massacre.The way to enjoy it, I think, is So, like most recent readers of this book, I picked this puppy up based on its notorious reputation.I ll have to admit, I ended up liking it.It is a bodice ripper, no doubt about that He backhands her hard enough to give her a bloody nose on page 28 By page 31, he s brutally raped her and sent her blood and semen encrusted underthings to her father He holds her responsible for her father s actions, and he blames him for his mother s death in a bloody massacre.The way to enjoy it, I think, is to remember it s fiction No English virgins were harmed in the making of this...


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    I don t know quite what to say about this book I read it years ago when I read just about every book I got my hands on I probably wouldn t read it today because of how cruel the people are in this book.I certainly don t think Sean is a model hero He s a very angry, obsessed, bedeviled man and did some awful things to the heroine because of it I m a bit of a sexist I think men should fight their wars and leave women and children out of it, unless the women are warriors too If they are civil I don t know quite what to say about this book I read it years ago when I read just about every book I got my hands on I probably wouldn t read it today because of how cruel the people are in this book.I certainly don t think Sean is a model hero He s a very angry, obsessed, bedeviled man and did some awful things to the heroine because of it I m a bit of a sexist I think men should fight their wars and leave women and children out of it, unless the women are warriors too If they are civilians, I think only a coward would hurt them Well the hero and Catherine the heroine s father don t subscribe to this point of view.It was an ugly situation and a lot of wrong things were done Having said that, it was a very well written book, if you could stomach it I remember not being able to put it down Let me say that I started reading historical romances for the history and the adventure I was twelve and I didn t care about the mushy stuff I think I read this wh...


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    Stormfire I was curious as to what all the hype was about, so I decided to read it First hand experience is the best when trying to create a personal opinion, don t you think Well, I read it, keeping in mind the romance fashion of the day with bodice rippers being a la mode and we all know what bodice rippers entail, don t we The first bodice ripper I read was The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen E Woodiwiss back in the day when I first started reading actual romance nove...


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    This book wasn t nearly as shocking as all the hype surrounding it would suggest In fact, it s pretty conventional in many respects For example, the pat incest resolution, as well as the pretty quick thawing of Sean s resolve to beat down and kill Kit I was prepared to have a few hundred pages of abuse, but imagine my surprise when Sean s attitude towards her turns to love protection well, of a sort by page 85 and lasts for well over 200 pages until Kit acts according to her conscienc This book wasn t nearly as shocking as all the hype surrounding it would suggest In fact, it s pretty conventional in many respects For example, the pat incest resolution, as well as the pretty quick thawing of Sean s resolve to beat down and kill Kit I was prepared to have a few hundred pages of abuse, but imagine my surprise when Sean s attitude towards her turns to love protection well, of a sort by page 85 and lasts for well over 200 pages until Kit acts according to her conscience and brings it all crashing down into a short lived loop of hat...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here So, after a couple of decades of reading romance, I finally got around to Stormfire Whew They do not write them like this any The ultimate in bodice ripping, Stormfire is a tale of two mentally unstable people and their violent, intense love And it s great The main attraction about Stormfire is its writing If it was a poorly written book no one would still be talking about it 20 plus years after it was published The chapters each have their own titles such as Silken Irons, Into Ede So, after a couple of decades of reading romance, I finally got around to Stormfire Whew They do not write them like this any The ultimate in bodice ripping, Stormfire is a tale of two mentally unstable people and their violent, intense love And it s great The ma...


  7. says:

    Call me crazy but I loved this one.Yes, it s dark There s rape and Stockholm Syndrome and torture and castration involved.BUTThere is also an amazing story told here, full of excitement and intrigue, in addition to a seemingly impossible love story between star crossed lovers As I read, I found myself completely enraptured by the drama of the story, which was quite substantial It absolutely played with my emotions At first came outrage Then came the roller coaster I experienced anger, d Call me crazy but I loved this one.Yes, it s dark There s rape and Stockholm Syndrome and torture and castration involved.BUTThere is also an amazing story told here, full of excitement and intrigue, in addition to a seemingly impossible love story be...


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    She wanted to match him on his own terms, in his own element and at sea, he was at home as he was nowhere else on earth She came to understand the source of his pride in his heritage and slowly realized he was showing her his soul, its wildness and freedom, in the coast he had roamed since boyhood His spirit, like the lonely, windswept sea, was ever restless, ever changing, sometimes howling down to savage the unyielding land, then caressing it with a lulling embrace, inevitably wearing away She wanted to match him on his own terms, in his own element and at sea, he was at home as he was nowhere else on earth She came to understand the source of his pride in his heritage and slowly realized he was showing her his soul, its wildness and freedom, in the coast he had roamed since boyhood His spirit, like the lonely, windswept sea, was ever restless, ever changing, sometimes howling down to savage the unyielding land, then caressing it with a lulling embrace, inevitably wearing away its resistance He was asking her to become part of him, without reservations, without ties that would inevitably be wrenched apart, leaving her battered on the rocks and...


  9. says:

    Really about a 1.5 for mebut the writing is exceptional and the author deserves a better grade for it to be quite honest if it hadn t been so well drawn, there s no way in hell I could have finished this book However, the two protagonists are probably two of the least likeable people I ve ever read as leads in a book Considering the number of books I ve read the ones I ve shelved here are only the ones I ve read in the last three...


  10. says:

    This is the perhaps the Ultimate Bodice Ripper romance It has EVERYTHING and everyone gets to let their inner monsters out It also keeps you glued to the page waiting for what comes next and after seven years of story and plot, everyone finally calms down enough to celebrate a real HEA.This isn t a pc romance in ANY shape or form, but it is a great one and I have three copies that I regularly reread for the sheer epic ...


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Stormfire summary pdf Stormfire , summary chapter 2 Stormfire , sparknotes Stormfire , Stormfire 909fb01 Abducted On Her Way To Boarding School, A Terrified Catherine Enderly Was Brought From England To The Coast Of Ireland, The Prisoner Of The Angry And Powerful Young Sean Culhane A Man Sworn To Vengeance Against Her Family.Frightened But Defiant, The Young Countess Met Her Captor With A Strength That Belied Her Fragile Loveliness But Even As Sean Vowed To Have His Revenge On Catherine, With Each Encounter He Became Attracted To Her Her Fiery Innocence Was A Seduction That Lured The Passions Of Long Smoldering Hostility Into A Blazing Inferno Of Desire.Locked In A Love Hate Duel, He Did Not Suspect That The Captivating Beauty Who Fought Him With Such Tenacity Was Struggling Desperately Against Her Own Awakened Desires, And That His Touch Had Become The Burning Reminder That The Fierce Hatred She Felt For Him Had Become An All Consuming Love.

  • Paperback
  • 568 pages
  • Stormfire
  • Christine Monson
  • English
  • 12 February 2018
  • 038087668X

About the Author: Christine Monson

Born Judith Christin Clevinger, the author gained a love for romantic adventure tales during her childhood in a grim West Virgina mining town Her career as a writer was jumpstarted by her self identification with the character of Joan Wilder in the movie Romancing the Stone Soon afterward, her debut novel Stormfire was published, and Monson became well known in the genre for her extreme stor Born Judith Christin Clevinger, the author gained a love for romantic adventure tales during her childhood in a grim West Virgina mining town Her career as a writer was jumpstarted by her self identification with the character of Joan Wilder in the movie Romancing the Stone Soon afterward, her debut novel Stormfire was published, and Monson became well known in the genre for her extreme storylines and harsh heroes.However, after six novels she began to feel ambivalent about her romances and began to research a novel on the Holy Grail It was never published Suffering from depression, she committed suicide in Greeley, Colorado on Sept 11, 2003 Her survivors included ex husband Jon Monson and daughter Jennifer