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Tulest sündinud (Born In Trilogy #1)

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Triloogia 1. raamat

Õed Concannonid Lääne-Iirimaalt on ambitsioonikad ja andekad tänapäeva naised, keda seob ajatu iiri vaim.
See on lugu tulise loomuga kunstnikust, kes ei suuda oma mineviku eest põgeneda – see tähendab, põgeneda armastuse eest...

Andekas, üksindust armastav, kangekaelne, vabameelne... Maggie Concannon on klaasikunstnik, kelle oivalised tööd pole mitte üksne
Hardcover, 302 pages
Published 2001 by Ersen (first published 1994)
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When I was little, I used to have this ridiculous dress purse that I'd carry around with me. Most little girls would probably fill their purses with makeup or toys, but what did I fill mine with? Tiny glass figurines. Our family would go to Vancouver and I would salivate over tiny blown glass unicorns. They were like crack to tiny Flann. I hoarded them and carried them around but I did not exercise due care with them--I'd wrap them in toilet paper to attempt to keep them whole but, in the end, I ...more
Jan 31, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is my first novel by Nora Roberts, I will admit to avoiding her books thinking they were just fluff - Eating my words, which should make some of you very happy.

"You'll be mine, and glad of it."
"I'll be yours." She lifted her face to the wind. "And glad of it."

Born in Fire is the first in the Born In Trilogy about three sisters (haven't met the third yet) set in Ireland, woven with history and rich in character. Maggie is the oldest Concannon sister, she's bright, strong and very unique
I read Born in Fire a few years ago, but suddenly wanted to read something beautiful and not very demanding. Often that is just what going back to a book that I already read and loved means to me. It is like a vacation, when I go to the beach and just lay on the sand or take a little swin. I don’t have to worry, I don’t have to agonize wondering whether I will like what is to come. Just revel in it. Of course, it has to be a well written book. As I share a love for Ireland with Nora Roberts, t ...more

...and romance...

...just perfect!

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Really? Another great book by Nora Roberts? Is that possible? The woman is so talented that I find it unfair! It was a great read that I enjoyed very much! The story is set in Ireland and I couldn’t be more happy because it’s definitely a country I love to read about!

Maggie is a young but lonely woman. She lost her beloved dad five years ago and her relationship with her
Dec 28, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I decided to read books that have forever piqued my curiosity since I was kid: I would see these books line the shelves at the library, on and on. These authors still are bestsellers and incredibly productive. Thus, a little fun project that both entertained and surprised me. I selected these authors based on recollections of my hometown library back then, so it's not necessarily all-encompassing. Here is part two of four!

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4


It was a horrible, horrible version of
Cristina Leitón
Apr 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017
Ha sido una de las relecturas más especiales que he hecho. Lo leí hace ya años, y aunque recordaba lo básico, todos los detalles de la historia de Maggie y Rogan se habían perdido con el tiempo. Y no solo ha sido especial reencontrarme con ellos, sino que lo he hecho en inglés (el primero libro que leo de Nora en inglés, debo añadir) y vaya cambio (¡a mejor!). Casi parecía que podía escuchar el acento irlandés de los personajes al leer los diálogos. Sin duda, uno de mis libros románticos favorit ...more
Apr 19, 2017 is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I don't usually read books that were published before I was born, but I feel like once I read one series of an author, I have to read all of the others as well.
Alex Farrand
Oct 25, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: series, chicklit
A red-headed, sassy, aloof woman, who makes glass art, meets a stuck up, scheduled, rich dark hair art business man. Of course they are opposites. Of course they both sass each other. AND of course INSTANT ATTRACTION. Really, it was a Pride and Prejudice themed with added hot and heavy sexual fling. Cool.... It was alright for what it was. So let me tell you what was wrong with it.

1. The main character somehow reminded me of Merida from the Disney movie Brave. Not totally Nora Roberts fault, but
Chitra *CJ*
Book one of "Born in" Trilogy and our OSRBC book of the month was an engaging.. but oh SO WONDERFUL ride.
The explosive story of Maggie and Rogan is the tale of when scorching fire meets calm water, chaos meets order.
We are introduced to the glass blower Maggie in a heart wrenching introduction to the character, and a parents' death that is expected yet agonizing.
5 years later, she runs her life with an independent streak, surviving with her sister Brianna who owns a B&B; laden with bitter an
Alex is The Romance Fox
THIS IS MY FAVOURITE NORA ROBERTS SERIES OF ALL TIME, set in Ireland, my favourite setting!!!!

Born in Fire is the first book in Nora Roberts Born In Trilogy about the lives of three Irish sisters and is the story of Margaret May Concannon, who becomes a famous glass sculptress. Her father, who she was very close to, sent her to Venice to study glassblowing, which her mother had resented. The heartbreak of her father’s death and the bitterness towards her by her mother, who blamed Maggie for ruin
☼♎ Carmen the Bootyshaker Temptress ☼♎
Another great book by Nora Roberts and can't wait to get my hands on the next book.

I love Maggie's stubborn character. She is a strong person but with a good heart even with a mother who's main purpose is to make her life a living hell but no matter what she is determined to keep her promise to her father to care for her mother and sister.

Maggie is a great glass artist who does her glass from the soul and never saw the real value of her work until Rogan Sweeney, a gallery owner, sees Maggie’s
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker  Queen of the Undead
A nice 3.5 for this book. The ended just ended and it was really disappointing. I wanted more but that made me realize that I liked the book (because I wanted more). However, I think the setting was what kept me interested. The narrator on this audio book is outstanding so it made me feel like I was really in Ireland. Loved that part. So this might be a so-so book that was made better by the narrator. Regardless, it was pretty good. I'm rambling. Long day.
Jane Stewart
I loved reading about Maggie and her entertaining characteristics and temperament.

Maggie is an artist who creates glass sculptures. She lives in a small village in western Ireland. Rogan is a wealthy Gallery owner in Dublin. He wants to represent her work. He calls her repeatedly but she never answers her phone. He has to travel there just to be able to talk to her. After he signs her, he has to send telegraphs to her because she still doesn’t answer her phone. He views her as irresponsible, sca
What can I say for Nora Roberts that millions of readers do not know already! Her language and descriptions, her character building, her fully developed plots leave nothing to be found lacking. This is my second book of hers (I KNOW! SHAME ON ME!) and it will certainly not be her last.

This was a story about family relationships, dreams that die and dreams that come true, love for the art and fighting with inner demons, all set in a magnificent county in the west of Ireland. The heroine, Margaret
Rosana Maia
Jul 06, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: owned-read
Como já devem saber, Nora Roberts tem um registo muito próprio. Sempre que pego num livro da autora, sei exactamente o tipo de leitura que vou encontrar – um romance, com as suas particularidades que diferem de livro para livro, mas que termina normalmente da forma mais doce possível. Assim, há que compreender que não é uma obra que agrade todo o tipo de leitores, mas que consegue cumprir muito bem o seu propósito para quem gosta do género.

Como já referi também noutras opiniões, este livro não s
Oct 03, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: cont-romance
I just don't know what exactly makes me love and adore this author so much but I can't seem to be able to do otherwise. I just feel so exhilarated while reading her books, which is funny because for too long I was reluctant to pick one of them as everybody else seemed to crave her work so badly. For some reason I got into my head that I wouldn't be as fascinated with her as everybody else seemed to be and it took me way too long to discover how mistaken I was. I simply can't stop reading her boo ...more
Anna Casanovas
"Nacida del Fuego" es la primera entrega de una trilogía ambientada en Irlanda y una novela del estilo más romántico y mágico de Nora Roberts. Es decir, no hay ningún misterio ni ninguna tragedia exagerada (ni asesinato, ni secuestro, ni mentiras); es una historia "chica/chico que no creen en el amor se conocen, se enamoran, resisten esa atracción/amor y acaban juntos".
El argumento, aunque no tiene complicaciones ni sorpresas, es sólido y Nora Roberts retrata los sentimientos de
Pamela Shropshire
May 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, osrbc-botm
This was the April old school BoTM for the OSRBC. I got a late start, as you can see.

I've never much cared for contemporary romance and until I began the In Death series last July, I had never read Nora Roberts.

Speaking of the In Death series, I found quite a few similarities between Maggie Concannon, the heroine of Born in Fire, and Eve Dallas. Both had difficult childhoods (although Maggie's would be considered idyllic compared to Eve's); both are completely dedicated to their work to the excl
If you love books with substance and an engrossing story line with well-developed characters, I suggest you ignore this book's existence. Although I have yet to open it up or indeed see it in real life form and not just an image upon a smudged laptop screen, I can confidently say that I would feel the same. Having never read a Nora Roberts book but being subjected to 3 of her movies in a so called "Romance movie marathon" at a friend's birthday party, I can truly say that she, as an author, has ...more
Lili  Marcus
When your head won't give you the answer, it's best to listen to your heart.

Oh damn. Here's a confession. I love novels, even films, that have artists in them. Doesn't matter if the artist is the protagonist. And this book just captured my heart. Unexpectedly, I'm telling you my fellow bibliophiles. Why, because I was reluctant at first to read this. It's been long since I've read a contemporary romance seriously... I read romance but the once with the usual erotic touches.

Gladly, I read this o
Mónica Silva
Feb 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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A combinação perfeita entre um romance apaixonante, um esplêndido drama familiar e paisagens encantadoras. Nos vales verdes e vastos da Irlanda, o leitor é arrebatado para uma cultura deslumbrante onde reinam a História, os mitos, as lendas, a magia! Para quem almeja um dia percorrer o mundo, a Irlanda caracterizada neste livro é um destino imperdível!

A personagem principal, Maggie é uma mulher determinada, rebelde e explosiva, com um tempe
Jacob Proffitt
Written in the mid-90s, this book is a big step up from Roberts' O'Hurley novels, despite nominal similarities (mainly in the pseudo-shiftless, Irish father).

Maggie Concannon isn't the kind of heroine that normally appeals to me. She's tempestuous and impulsive and argumentative and way too willing to inflict emotional pain on those nearest to her. Fortunately, she has a softer, humbler, more caring side to her that comes out when it matters most. This let me care enough to want to see her be ha
When I read and re-read a book, it's almost always going to get a 5 or 4 star rating, or else why re-read? Born in Fire is the first of a trilogy and unlike some trilogies, you have to have 2 and 3 close at hand as soon as you finish Born in Fire because the unfolding family story is that enthralling. Maggie has a dreadful relationship with her hardened, mean-spirited, caustic of tongue and tone mother and watching them dance around each other rings so true. It's at times heart-breaking. Adultho ...more
This book reminded me of why I don't pick up contemporary romances very often. It wasn't terrible, but nothing really set it apart either. The family angle with Maeve and Brianna interested me the most and I wish more time would have been spent exploring that, but it was clear early on in the book that the romance between Maggie and Rogan would be the focus.

I liked Rogan (he came off as a workaholic but nice Mr. Darcy-type), but I found Maggie a little frustrating. Aspects of her behavior came
Célia Loureiro
Mais um livro da rainha do romance... Não li muitos dela, confesso, mas os que li foram todos iguais.
O primeiro que li foi o "Herança de Vergonha", por sinal o último desta trilogia. Depois li o do meio, da Brianna (Herança de Gelo), e por fim, anos depois, aborrecida de morte e incapaz de pegar num livro a sério, decidi obrigar-me a adquirir este volume em formato bolso e a lê-lo, apenas para terminar a trilogia. Também li uma trilogia sobre flores, "A Dália Azul", etc..., mas já estava muito a
Ria Lize
Jun 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm around book 30s mark in J.D Robb's In Death series, but I've been curious to see how she writes as Nora Roberts. I guess I can say that I not only admire her dedication and her skill, but also her versatility.
She can write something set in the future, she can write a story set in the past, and I can say that whatever period in time, I will always be spiraled into the wonderful story she created.

Just to make it all clear: I thought book one was amazing.
There were books I've rate 4 or 3 stars
Jan 03, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The last time I read one of Nora Roberts' trilogies, I went back and picked up an earlier one set in Ireland. Born in Fire is the first in the Irish Born Trilogy. This one brings the Irish lilt and magic to life.

Margaret Mary Concannon is a glass artist who sells her glass under the name M.M. Concannon from her small shop in County Clare. Her father, Tom, sent her to Venice to learn, despite the angry opposition of her mother. Maggie returned and built her own studio, and she's determined to pay
Riccarla Roman
Apr 01, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
O, the joys of a Nora Roberts book! I've been a fan for years and decided to re-read one of her great trilogies. The "Born in..." trilogy is set in Ireland and tells of the Concannon sisters. Each one is different but each one is wonderful to read about.

"Born in Fire" is the story of Maggie Concannon, a genius at creating glass sculptures. As the book opens, she is with her father when he suffers a fatal heart attack. Five years later, she and her sister Brianna are following their dreams - Magg
Jan 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This story really captured me, the calm and gentle Brianna and the fiery Maggie Concannon were wonderful characters to me. And I was captivated by the sad family structure they faced and I would have loved to read more with their father as I really liked him, even though he was only present in the beginning.

The story does have romance in it, but it did not just feel like a sappy romance so much as a story of these two sisters and their attempts to move on with their lives and deal with their pro
Apr 19, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Gah...I'm so glad this story is over. I feel like I've wasted hours of my life reading this book. I think the romance was ok, the family drama I could care less about, the glass blowing was interesting and the sex was hot. This was written well but this author's writing style just didn't click for me which resulted in me never connecting to any of the characters. But it could be the mood that I was in so maybe this isn't such a bad book for contemporary romance readers.
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“The tune was sad, as the best of Ireland was, melancholy and lovely as a lover's tears.” 233 likes
“He wanted to be a poet,' someone else put in while Maggie hugged Tim and patted his back. 'Said he'd only lacked the words to be one.” 69 likes
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