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The Wild Rose
Sèrie: Tea Rose Trilogy (3)
Jennifer Donnelly, author of The Tea Rose and The Winter Rose, brings her captivating trilogy to a close with The Wild Rose 1914. World War I is looming on the horizon, women are fighting for the right to vote, and global explorers are pushing the limits of endurance at the Poles and in the deserts. Into this volatile time, Jennifer Donnelly places her vivid and memorable characters: —Willa Alden, a passionate mountain climber who lost her limb while climbing Kilimanjaro with Seamus Finnegan, and who will never forgive him for saving her life; —Seamus Finnegan, a polar explorer who tries to forget Willa as he marries a beautiful young woman back home in England; —Max von Brandt, a handsome sophisticate who courts high society women, but who has a secret agenda as a German spy; —and many others. Readers who were left clamoring for more after The Winter Rose will be happy to see many characters from the previous novels continue their adventures in The Wild Rose. With myriad twists and turns, thrilling cliffhangers, and fabulous period detail and atmosphere, The Wild Rose provides a highly satisfying conclusion to an unforgettable trilogy.
General Fiction, Romance, Historical Fiction, Fiction and Literature
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Hyperion and Voice (Editorial)
(User: HyperionAndVoice)
May 2011
Starts: 2011-05-04
Acabat: 2011-05-30
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United States of America
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