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Susannah (Sunfire, #2) The South That Raised Her Was At War, While Susannah S Own Battle Raged In Her Heart.Susannah Had Lived Her Sixteen Years As A Proper Virginia Girl Obedient, Dreaming Of Marriage, Leaving The Decisions To The Men But When Her Brother And Her Fiance Are Called On To Defend The South, Susannah Takes The First Daring Steps Of Rebellion Against The Old Rules She Must Fight For Her Own Life, For Her Family, And For The Secret Love Born In The Flames Of War.

10 thoughts on “Susannah (Sunfire, #2)

  1. says:

    Wow, this was a fun little trip down memory lane I first read this when it was released, I was 10 I don t even know how many times I read it then but it had to be at least eight There was one unmemorable re read about 10 years ago, and now recently I picked it up again fresh off a viewing of Ken Burns The Civil War I m a bit of a Civil W

  2. says:

    I will admit up front that I keep going back and forth on my opinion of this book, so if this review seems disjointed, that would be why I loved this one when I was a kid, and looked forward to it during the Sunfire Re Read I actually remembered a few bits from the plot.Unfortunately, some things about this book bothered me as an adult Susannah De

  3. says:

    Yet another cheesy Sunfire novel this should be the last one for awhile Susannah is about a girl growing up in Virginia during the Civil War Little by little her world falls apart, and she finds herself having to be the leader in her family Along the way, she meets a Yankee soldier with whom she falls in love There is truly nothing better than forbidden rom

  4. says:

    This is my favorite book out of these Sunfire romances I ve read it about 10 times I saved them all these years for my daughters, and Im glad I did, since they are now out of print.

  5. says:

    Rereading my way through the Sunfire series, in publication order Three years into the Civil War, Susannah Dellinger is yearning for the good old days, when there were picnics and balls and attentions from her handsome neighbor, Evan Jones But those days are gone Evan and her brother are off fighting for the Confederacy and she waits at home on her Virginia plantation, watchin

  6. says:

    The bond between the hero heroine was set up on tenuous footing, but the entire jist of the novel was the unpredictable and upending nature of war, where the strangest things are made possible The character of Susannah is farlike a hybrid of Scarlett O Hara with an emphasis to the inner steel of Melanie Hamilton She s a strong and resourceful heroine, a lot like Emily in Ransom s other

  7. says:

    Back in, like, 6th grade or something, I read the first Sunfire teen romance, Amanda, which was about a girl on the wagon train going west I liked it a lot and reread it occasionally So I was excited to find this one at the library booksale a few years ago, and finally got around to reading it In this one, Susannah is a young woman on a plantation in Virginia during the Civil War She has a beau,

  8. says:

    I devoured much of the Sunfire historical romance series in 5th and 6th grade That is, I read scores of them, but I think I did a bit of skimming The formula was always the same two young men both handsome oh my Whom will she choose 6th grade me lapped that stuff up I interviewed Candice F Ransom for an I Search children of the 80 s, who remembers I Search projects career paper At the time, I wanted to be

  9. says:

    Waxing Nostalgic 15 It has been awhile since I have revised one of my youthful favs Sometimes I think the books may have been better remembered in my past I wanted Susannah to be recognized by her family for the sacrifices she was making for them in the war They seemed awfully ungrateful I wanted there to beof a ...

  10. says:

    I first read this book as a teenager in the 1980s and found it again at a garage sale I remembered it as being one of my favorites at the time I read it long ago and enjoyed it just as much reading it again now Yes, the writing was a bit simpler than I am used to, but ...

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