DOC [Diana Sunfire No 29 erotica] By Mary Francis Shura

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H Creole aristocrat But then her family sends her to St Louis where Diana meets John a brave Kentucky frontiersman David wants Diana to ma. Diana is the next book in my reading rereading of the Sunfires this summer Romance wise I am not sure I am buying Historically I learned a bit and thought it was really interesting

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Diana Sunfire No 29

Rry him but will saying yes to David mean saying no to true loveNumber 29 in the currently out of print Sunfire series by Scholastic books. Basic Plot Diana decides whether to join a Kentucky frontiersman or stay in St LouisI remember reading this and a bunch of the other Sunfire romance novels when I was an early teen I acuired a couple through the ubiuitous Scholastic reading catalogues sent home from school and managed to find a few at the local public library I genuinely liked them at the time They provided a little bit of historical tidbit in with the love stories and featured young women who fought for what they wanted and didn t just stand by waiting for things to happenLots of interesting details about the French purchase A weak side plot with her friend Vivienne The inevitable love triangle with her safe guy and exciting guy Which to choose It sounds silly but I read and reread this one as a tween Something about her attitude called to me

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Diana lives in New Orleans during the Louisiana Purchase in the early 19th centuryAt a New Orleans gala Diana meets David a handsome Frenc. The plot description pretty much says it all There wasn t much else to this story apart from a subplot with Diana s friend Violette who only served to be there at the end so the Nice Guy Who Loses Still Gets A GirlThe main weakness in this Sunfire was the heroine s age She s only 14 for the majority of it with all the romance scenes and while that might have been of fine engagement age back in 1803 because it s a touchy issue even in adult literature it s even hands off and unaddressed here Diana says she s too young to be engaged but the ages of her two boyfriends are never revealed one is already sporting a beard the guy on the left that the cover artist made clean shaven The heroine herself is indecisive for dull reasons and the two heroes aren t all that interesting eitherI still give it three stars for the period detail I haven t read much about the Louisiana Purchase and the tensions within New Orleans between Spanish French and American And the clash of cultures made for some fair tension but that s about it


10 thoughts on “Diana Sunfire No 29

  1. says:

    The plot description pretty much says it all There wasn't much else to this story apart from a subplot with Diana's friend Violette who only served to be there at the end so the Nice Guy Who Loses Still Gets A GirlThe main weakness in this Sunfire was the heroine's age She's only 14 for the majority of it with

  2. says:

    This suffers from a lot of the traditional Sunfire problems people with current values transplanted into the past being the biggest one guys who treat women poorly being the other one but doesn't have any redeeming values behind it other than maybe the opportunity to learn a little bit about St Louis history The major problems here are the pacing of the book so weird and the way that the subplot about Diana's b

  3. says:

    Waxing Nostalgic #6 I love this book by my favorite author of the Sunfire series She describes her characters so well and the reader comes to love them and understand them It is so difficult for Diana to make a choice between David and John because they are both such wonderful people I am always in love with the

  4. says:

    Diana is the next book in my reading rereading of the Sunfires this summer Romance wise I am not sure I am buying Historically I le

  5. says:

    First of all the writing was clunky I felt like Diana was stupid all the way through and the ending was not satisfactory

  6. says:

    Diana by Mary Francis Shura was book #29 in the Sunfire Romance series a historical romance line aimed at teens that was published by Scholastic in the 1980s I enjoyed the novel than I thought I would It's very much like a regular category his

  7. says:

    It's hard to know how to rate this book On the one hand it's terrible On the other hand it's rather hilariously terrible Only worth reading if you like me are amused by clunky dialogues bizarre and yet predictable plot twists and nonsensical characters whose motivations and actions make no senseNear the beginning of the story our beautiful fourteen year old protagonist's parents decide to send her off with a servant to a different

  8. says:

    Basic Plot Diana decides whether to join a Kentucky frontiersman or stay in St Louis?I remember reading this and a bunch of the other Sunfire romance novels when I was an early teen I acuired a couple through the ubiuitous Scholastic reading

  9. says:

    Oh I hated the ending of this book It's absolutely absurd and ridiculous to think that her parents would let her go off into the wilderness with a mountain man I didn't think she could marry David and I did start to see that

  10. says:

    I've had this book since I was a teen and it's still sweet I really enjoyed reading it again this evening The love between Diana and John is a little unsupported and the reader doesn't really learn much about him But it's still a sweet book and

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