Best Read [Denise Robins] ☆ Fauna || [Religion Book] PDF ✓

By Denise Robins | Comments: ( 796 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

Which is sweeter tender, yearned for love, or revenge that has waited a lifetime In her veins mingled the blood of noble African chiefs and fiery Irish poets Sold into cruel slavery, beaten by a harsh mistress, she escaped into a dazzling world of elegance, wealth and power All London would praise her intelligence and unmatched beauty l men would crave to possessWhich is sweeter tender, yearned for love, or revenge that has waited a lifetime In her veins mingled the blood of noble African chiefs and fiery Irish poets Sold into cruel slavery, beaten by a harsh mistress, she escaped into a dazzling world of elegance, wealth and power All London would praise her intelligence and unmatched beauty l men would crave to possess her But nothing could ease the searing pain in her heart nothing but vengeance on the only man she had ever loved The 1978 Avon imprint is a 3 in 1 compilation volume of 3 novels Gold for the Gay Masters, Bride of Doom, and The Flame and the Frost.


  • Title: Fauna
  • Author: Denise Robins
  • ISBN: 9780380375806
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Denise Robins

Denise Naomi Klein was born on 1 February 1897 in London, England, daughter of Herman Klein 1856 1934 and Kathleen Clarice Louise Cornwell 1872 1954 Her parents married on 19 February 1890 at the West London Synagogue, her father was a English music critic, author and teacher of singing and her mother was a Australian born heiress, 16 years younger than him Denise had a half sister, Sibyl Klein, who became an actress She also had two older brothers, Adrian Bernard L Klein 1892 1969 , who later changed his name to Adrian Cornwell Clyne and wrote books on photography and cinematography, and Daryl Kleyn b 1894 During her parents marriage, her mother began an affair with a young Worcestershire Regiment officer, Herbert Arthur Berkeley Dealtry b 1878 When her father became aware of it, he filed a petition for divorce, which was granted in December 1901 After the divorce, her mother married Dealtry in 1902, but they were going through financial difficulties They had to declare bankruptcy in 1905 The same year her father remarried with Helene Fox, a Christian Science practitioner of Boston, Massachusetts.As Kit Dealtry, her mother began to publish her own writings, first short stories in magazines an later gothic novels Years later, and single again her mother returned to London In 1918, and remarried for a third time with Sydney H Groom, and started to sign her novels as C Groom, Mrs Sydney Groom, Kathleen Clarice Groom and Clarice Groom After Naomi left school, she decided follow in her mother s footsteps, and to publish her writings She went to work as a journalist for the D.C Thomson Press, then became a freelance writer Denise married Arthur Robins, a corn broker on the Baltic Exchange, but the marriage ended in divorce, after she met O Neill Pearson in Egypt, who later became her second husband She was the mother of three daughters, Patricia Robins also know as Claire Lorrimer who became another best selling romance author, Anne, and Eve.As a writer of fiction, Denise wrote short stories, plays and about 200 gothic romance novels under a variety of pseudonyms, including Denise Chesterton, Hervey Hamilton, Francesca Wright, Ashley French, Harriet Gray, and Julia Kane, she also used to sign the books her first married name, Denise Robins, and some of her books were reedited under this pen name In 1927, over ten years after she began to publish, Denise meet Charles Boon, of Mills Boon, and she signed her first contract with his firm the same year In a short time, she became the best paid Mills Boon s writer, and one of the most prolific, but in 1935 she changed to a new publisher, Nicholson Watson, that made her a better offer, and later with Hodder Stoughton.In 1960, she founded with other romance writers the Romantic Novelists Association R.N.A , and she was its first president until 1966 Denise passed away 1 May 1985 in her native England.



Comments Fauna

  • Karla

    WARNING: Lots of GIFs. Sorry. (Haha. NOT.)Fauna is the story of multiple generations with a strain of African blood that wreaks havoc on their lives. For 250 to 300 pages each, the female protagonists get put through the physical and emotional wringer, then are graciously given an HEA by the beneficent author.Probably the greatest weakness about an omnibus like Fauna is that it shows the weak links in a writer's style. Here, it becomes glaringly obvious that Denise Robins' formula is MISERY + AN [...]


  • Sarah Mac

    This weighty paperback contains the traumas & triumphs of three generations throughout the 19th century. Originally published in the 1950s, the prose is that of a vintage bodice-ripper. I'm sure it was considered torrid female reading back in the day, though by today's standards -- or even the 1970s -- the violence & sex is veiled in description. But there's certainly no shortage of sensational elements in each section, so I wouldn't call it "clean." Book 1 (circa 1800) opens with young [...]


  • Malissa Hernandez

    Pretty awesome book. Keeps you turning pages.


  • Susi Mirick

    if you like historical romances (and i don't usually) you'll love this saga had its moments and a variety of emotions went through me from humorous, horrifying, crying from both sad and happy, shocked and moree alludes to sexual acts without going into detail but it is put in a way that you know exactly what is happening.racism runs throughout the book so be prepared for thatyou have to understand that it starts in the late 1700's and slavery was running rampantobbery of the rich is also through [...]


  • Laura Connelley

    From start to finish this book keeps you captivated and involved. This was one of my all time favorite reads.


  • Yadira

    It's lovely


  • Missy Hernandez

    My favorite book hands down. I love the writer's style with her twists of love and revenge; it was a definite page turner for me.


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