Irish Rebel

Irish Rebel Nora Roberts
  • Title: Irish Rebel
  • Author: Nora Roberts
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  • Page: 405
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  • Irish Rebel Nora Roberts Irish Rebel The third book in the Irish Legacy Trilogy from New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME Growing up on her parents Royal Meadows farm in Maryland instill
    The third book in the Irish Legacy Trilogy from 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME Growing up on her parents Royal Meadows farm in Maryland instilled in Keeley Grant a passion for horses and a desire to teach children the joys of riding When horse trainer Brian Donnelly arrives from Ireland to work at the stable, hThe third book in the Irish Legacy Trilogy from 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME Growing up on her parents Royal Meadows farm in Maryland instilled in Keeley Grant a passion for horses and a desire to teach children the joys of riding When horse trainer Brian Donnelly arrives from Ireland to work at the stable, he only sees Keeley as the boss s daughter a spoiled princess who never had to work hard for anything But the Brian learns about Keeley, the he wants what he s never had before a place to call home and a woman to cherish Irish Rebel includes teasers for the Irish Legacy novels, Irish Thoroughbred Book One and Irish Rose Book Two.
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    About Nora Roberts


    1. Nora Roberts is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of than 200 novels, including Come Sundown, The Obsession, The Liar, and coming in December 2017, Year One the first book in The Chronicles of The One She is also the author of the futuristic suspense In Death series written under the pen name J.D Robb There are than 500 million copies of her books in print.


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    1. 2 BIG JERK STARSThis book was about the daughter from the first book in this series And I must admit I was very disappointed with it I guess because the first book was so good for me I thought this one would be too, but I was VERY WRONG The heroine was too weak willed for my taste and allowed herself to be treated poorly by the hero, something I was not expecting at all here Given that her mother was such a STRONG character I was expecting the same Sadly, she was like a clingy needy bitch in he [...]

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    2. God Almighty, I want to throw up So this was my first experience with romance, and I am not impressed Brian was just insufferable What a misogynistic ass He was arrogant, pompous, full of himself So many negative qualities Everything I would hate in a man And on top of that, he continually viewed Keeley as an object to be won, not a human being Not to mention he s creepy If you think about it, if a guy acted like this in real life, he is not the kind of person I would want to be alone with lest [...]

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    3. This is one of the best stories that I have read by Nora Roberts It carries on where she left off in her two previous stories Irish Rose and Irish Thoroughbred When I read the previous books in the Irish Hearts series I was so attached to the characters They are so alive and vivid when you read Nora s words When I read a Nora Roberts book I feel like I am part of the family, she writes in so much detail that you can see the characters and scenes like you are right there in the middle of it This [...]

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    4. I don t know why I shelved this one under heart breakingly wonderful favourites , because, even though it occupies a special place in my heart, being my first NR book ever, it certainly isn t a heartbreakingly wonderful favourite The h was too stubborn for my liking, even back then, and it was obvious that NR was turning into the author she is now, modernising her views and her heroines I much prefer her older work, I haven t read a new NR book in years Excluding the In Death series, of course I [...]

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    5. Pretty good and, as always, keeps me interested I liked the characters and their personalities Although I did get a little aggravated with them This was a good and has me wanting to read in this series I liked learning a bit about something new too, horses and racing It had me wanting to check it out myself The horses anyway Descriptive and fiery, this was a good escape and I enjoyed reading it Enjoy

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    6. Tercer, y ltimo libro de la saga Corazones Irlandeses Voy a echar de menos a los Grant Una familia muy peculiar, irlandeses de coraz n y orgullosos a m s no poder.Ha sido agradable leer sobre el mundo de los caballos.Recomendado 100%.

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    7. Dibaca untuk Romance RC 2016Tema Third Installment3.5 stars

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    8. Brian Donnelly transfers from Ireland to America in order to take the lead trainer position on the Royal Meadows horse farm There he, nomad his entire life, will discover the beauty of permanency and true love Both in the form of two special horses, and the woman that s been meant for him.For some this story is the worst in the bunch, while for me it s the best Most reviewers complain about Brian and his prickly disposition, disregarding the fact that the previous heroes in this series were much [...]

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    9. Nora Roberts has been at this a long time, so as always, the writing in this book is generally polished than not However, unless you REALLY need to know what happened to the family from her debut novel,Irish Thoroughbred , I m not sure many readers will find this book all that enthralling The story of aristocratic Kelley Grant and Irish horse trainer extraordinaire Brian Donnelly hits all kinds of romance trope sweet spots We have the class divide, the alpha hero and his equally strong match, t [...]

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    10. As always, Nora makes me chuckle, Nora makes me tear up a little, and Nora makes me smile in contentment when it s all over She s not ever going be counted next to the masters, but I love her books They are a welcome break from some of the deeper stuff I read Do I always know how the book is going to end Yes Do I care No I love the journey

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    11. I was reading this book and really enjoying myself until just before the end There s this altercation and it s like in those 5 10 pages we were transported back 50 100 years where women shut up when they were told to, and were rescued by men and their ridiculous testosterone Travis the dad finds out that his grown daughter who is clearly pushing 25 or so has been sleeping with one of his employee s, the horse trainer, Brian So what does Travis do Threaten violence on this guy And when Keeley, th [...]

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    12. Hands down, Nora Roberts is one of my favorite authors ever I love the way she so easily describes her characters and the setting in such detail without making the story drag Irish Rebel is no different Roberts paints a beautiful picture of an Irish horse trainer who is hired to work for a racehorse farm in Maryland He comes from a relatively poor background but knows what it is to work hard and earn his keep On the first day, he meets the owner s oldest daughter and tries to peg her as a spoile [...]

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    13. how can love truly develop in such a short book i mean nora is legendary for love in her stories that happens extremely quickly word for her characters fast.but this is taking things to the extremera always writes like this there were 5 children,he knew had made it his business to know they re like fragmentss annoying she wore something floaty and blue,paler,shades paler than her eyes thats a weird sentence nora has a tendency to write characters that arent very likeable and all her characters a [...]

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    14. Such a disappointment for the ending of this series Loved the humor, the courageous attitude of the previous heroines Paddy is gone, the mother and father plus her sister are just background people adding nothing to the story This one had so much potential with a female former Olympic star now running a charitable riding academy and a Irish male trainer coming to the family stables Yet there was just a virgin girl deciding that since she always gets what she wants, choosing to seduce and marry h [...]

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    15. 3.5 5I really enjoyed this conclusion to the trilogy, which focuses on the daughter of the heroine from book 1 Irish Thoroughbred It s interesting to see how Roberts s writing style has somewhat changed in the couple of decades between the publication of the two books Her characters in this one felt realistic and not as one dimensional Sadly, there was also a bit sex as well.Still, overall this was a really relaxing and enjoyable read While I don t think this set of books will become favorites [...]

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    16. Roberts has better books I don t recommend spending your time on this one I usually love Nora Roberts but this installment in her Irish Hearts series came across as really lazy writing There s almost no character development at all and the story relies on large amounts of gender normativity, toxic masulinity, an appalling lack of consent, and an absurd virginity narrative It s a mystery why the kind, thoughtful, accomplished, and ambitious leading woman Keeley would ever fall for an asshole like [...]

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    17. Just a nice easy read Have to have one of this from time to time.

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    18. If you read 1 and 2, you have to finish with 3, it s wonderful

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    19. This book was great Nora Roberts, of course.

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    20. Third and last in the Irish Hearts romance series set in Kentucky and revolving around the Grant family The couple focus is on Keeley Grant and Brian Donnelly.My TakeBetween being a Harlequin and a Nora Roberts story, what is there to say It s a sweet, well written romance revolving around horses and a couple with issues Brian resents anyone with money Those lazy gobshites And the stubborn, toffee nosed Keeley insists on doing it all herself Nor is she shy in bed, which is a big surprise all th [...]

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    21. Another old romance by Nora Roberts, the third and last book in this first series ever And even though the ingredients are the same, an Irish person coming to America to work, racehorses and love, it was still very different I loved catching up with the previous characters, in fact, our heroine is the oldest daughter of the first couple, Travis and Dee Brian Donnelly has been asked by Travis Grant to come to America to be his new head trainer of his famous racehorses Paddy is getting old, and wa [...]

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    22. If there is one thing I love about authors, it s when they go back and mine previous works for some great characters Nora Roberts first book, Irish Thoroughbred introduced readers to Travis and Dee Grant, and the world of horse racing and breeding This first book was re released in a two book volume called Irish Hearts, which also contained Irish Rose, the story of Dee s cousin Erin Roberts sets Irish Rebel in the same place, featuring the oldest daughter of Travis and Dee, Keeley Yet Another Ir [...]

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    23. Funny Intense Engaging An Absolute Beautiful Story.

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    24. I love reading her books that don t have the spiritualistic stuff in it Not thrilled with the sex scenes although well written I like books without them But as a writer goes I can reread her stuff time and again and still enjoy it Again this one is a written in a way that I want to read others set here so that I can go back and visit old friends.

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    25. Ok, so I thought I would give Nora Roberts another chance, and I chose one with another Irish love interest I guess, like Nora Roberts, I like the idea of an Irish accent Anywho Ugh What was I thinking Even worse than the last one I quit it even sooner Awful, awful stuff How does she make millions off of this crap

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    26. rish Rebel adalah buku ketiga dari serial Irish Heart karya Nora Roberts Masih seputar imigran dari Irlandia yang datang mengadu nasib dan cinta di Amerika Kalau di Irish Throughbred kita mengenal Adelia dan Travis, maka di Irish Rebel kita bertemu dengan putri tertuanya, Keeley Grant Keeley tumbuh menjadi gadis yang mandiri dan mempunyai ambisi seperti ibunya Dia mendirikan sekolah khusus bagi anak anak yang ingin mengenal olahraga berkuda lebih dekat Dengan kesibukannya, tidak ada waktu bagi K [...]

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    27. Once again, I was thoroughly impressed by and completely satisfied with the experience I had reading IRISH REBEL This third, and final, installment in Nora Roberts Irish Hearts trilogy was, without a doubt, the most fitting and romantic conclusion to the Grant family s journey Surrounded by her loving, successful, and affluent parents, Travis and Adelia, her devoted siblings, and Burke and Erin Logan, Nora Roberts introduced her audience to Miss Keely Grant Because she was Travis and Dee s oldes [...]

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    28. This is a sequel to her first book, Irish Thoroughbred It s a well done category romance done for Harlequin Silhouette.She told Adelia and Travis s love story in that first book Now, it s twenty years later, and they have five children They still operate the ranch, and their children are born to horses.Their eldest daughter, Keely, earned a silver medal in riding competition Now she operates a school to teach children.Uncle Paddy, who I assume was in the first book, is now retirement age, and re [...]

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