Crimson Roses

Crimson Roses

eBook - 2012
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One rose changes a young woman's solitary life forever. After setting out on her own, Marion Warren is overcome with drab routine. Her solution: buy a season ticket to the symphony. But to Marion's surprise, each night she finds a mysterious crimson rose--and no sign of who left it. Then wealthy Jefferson Lyman whisks into Marion's already up-turned world, bringing with him socialite Isabel Cresson. Jefferson sets out to win Marion's heart…but Isabel's dangerous envy may thwart his chances altogether.

Publisher: Uhrichsville, OH : Barbour Pub Inc, 2012
ISBN: 9781607428565
1607428563
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Sharlsie
Oct 25, 2017

I've actually loved this book since I was a teenager (and that was a lot of years ago!) And even reading it now, as old fashioned as it is, I still enjoyed it. Yes, there are some parts that makes one go "Arrgghh!" but she does eventually stand up for herself and gets her happy ending.

EuSei Oct 14, 2013

Very nice book, but not for the ones who do not appreciate an old-fashioned novel. (Hint: if you don't like Jane Austen, you will not like this.) I wish young women would read this instead of the filth teachers and librarians are pushing on to them nowadays.

soblessed59 Sep 29, 2013

Too infuriating to read past pg 69!
OMG,I detest heroines in books who are just TSTL[TOO STUPID TO LIVE!],as the character Marion, in this book is! She is a spineless doormat who allows her totally amoral brother and his evil wife to treat her as a slave,and rub her face in it too,without so much as a peep! I had all I could stomach when she discovered just how low-down and rotten her S-I-L yet still did not stand up for herself. She has no self respect,so I could not respect her either,nor care about her or any story involving her.

This was my fist book by this author,and I hope she doesn't portray all her characters like this idiot,whether 'Christian' or not, because if that's her idea of a good 'Christian' example she just makes that lifestyle so unbelievable,unrealistic,and pathetic!

Glad Crimson Roses was a library book,because I would not own it and do not recommend it to other romance readers who cannot stand incredibly stupid heroines!

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julia_sedai
Sep 07, 2013

This book is pretty lame, and Marion is so annoying. Not worth reading.

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