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Privilege e-book

Author:

Leona Blair

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

ePub size:

1788 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Bantam (December 1, 1987)

ISBN:

055326513X

Privilege e-book

by Leona Blair


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. During the turbulent decades between the world wars, Ema, a beautiful woman whose life is forged from a single passion.

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Privilege, It was what she longed for and fought for through a lifetime filled with ambition, love, and betrayal.

Privilege, It was what she longed for and fought for through a lifetime filled with ambition, love, and betrayal. During the turbulent decades between the world wars, Ema, a beautiful and passionate woman whose life is forged from a single passion, transforms the lives of everyone she touches, including her husband, lover, children and friends.

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During the turbulent decades between the world wars, Ema, a beautiful woman whose life is forged from a single passion, transforms the lives of everyone she touches, including her husband, lover, children and friends
Thorgaginn
The author is a grand writer and I highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a Lifetime movie inside a book sort of read. I in fact recommend all of Blair's written books to everyone interested in a really wonderful read!!!!
Celen
I couldn't put this book down. I have been passing it along at work and all of the irls love it as much as I did.
Brialelis
It's far, far better than the other reviewer would have you believe. The characters are so well-developed & involving. The detail in the book is fantastic; it's not some run-of-the-mill romance novel. It's much better than that. The heroine, Ema is a fascinating character, rising from the lowest depths (emotionally and financially) to being a woman of power. It was a pretty believable rise, too. All the novel's characters are well rounded, interesting people. Also, the author paid a great deal of attention to getting the time period details (1914-1962), just right. I really hated to have the story end.
Granijurus
I picked up this book at a library basement sale years ago. I still love reading this book. The characters, time period, historical events, everything is well-developed. The romance between Ema and Julian covers decades and never seems to fade though time and distance separate them. I'm sure this book started my love for historical fiction.
Otiel
This book actually took me back in time through the years of Ema's life. She had a horrible childhood, and all she wanted was to get out of there. She didn't think it was possible until she met Julian. From that point, her life is changed. There's a lot more to it, but everything stems from them meeting one another. I can't really say much more as far as the story goes because I don't want to give away anything, but I found myself loving and hating Ema. She was selfish and so set on getting as far from her origination. Still, her determination and knowing from where she came kind of made me forgive some of her actions. Read it. You'll see.
Cherry The Countess
I came here to read the synopsis after my mother mentioned the book. The horribly edited summary turned me off, as unfair as that is!

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