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The Passion of Dellie O'Barr

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Everybody in McDade has always thought of Dellie O'Barr as "the good little sister"--until she falls urgently in love with Populist rabble-rouser Andrew Ashland. For his love, Dellie tosses aside her own status--a privileged life and perfect reputation--burns down a local store that denies Populists credit and leaves her rich husband to chase after her lover when he disapp ...more
Hardcover, 353 pages
Published January 3rd 1996 by Algonquin Books
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Alijah
Sep 17, 2015 Alijah rated it really liked it
This book is spin of rebellion, adultery, and passion. On a constant roller coaster, Dellie slowly begins to reach out of her shell and do things her father would disown her for. Anyone is typically against adultery, but the way it happens makes you feel the way she feels, knowing it's wrong. Yet the words and emotions running through her makes you support whatever choice she chooses. The novel take my breath away with how much knowledge and passion Dellie holds within herself, and when it's out ...more
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Another good, Easy to read enjoyable Read by Cindy Bonner! A bit of daring forbidden romance, history & adventure!
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It's been awhile since I read this, but as I remember, it's a sort of prequel to the Lily books. Written in the same, easy style. A genuine pleasure to read.
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