One Wore Blue HER REBEL SPIRIT DEFIED HIS YANKEE SOULShe was velvet and silk emerald eyes and sunstruck hair Kiernan Miller had married one man to protect her from another She hated Jesse Cameron with a fierce pa

  • Title: One Wore Blue
  • Author: Heather Graham
  • ISBN: 9780440209638
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • HER REBEL SPIRIT DEFIED HIS YANKEE SOULShe was velvet and silk, emerald eyes and sunstruck hair, Kiernan Miller had married one man to protect her from another She hated Jesse Cameron with a fierce passion But she was a widow now, and he was the enemy at her door, come with weapons of fire to melt her icy heart HIS TRAITOR S TOUCH IGNITED RAGING PASSIONSHe wore a YankHER REBEL SPIRIT DEFIED HIS YANKEE SOULShe was velvet and silk, emerald eyes and sunstruck hair, Kiernan Miller had married one man to protect her from another She hated Jesse Cameron with a fierce passion But she was a widow now, and he was the enemy at her door, come with weapons of fire to melt her icy heart HIS TRAITOR S TOUCH IGNITED RAGING PASSIONSHe wore a Yankee uniform with inimitable Southern style, as true to the Union cause as he was treasonous to his rebel roots Even as war engulfed them all, he would find his greatest adversary in the beauty who d branded him a traitor, the woman he was born to possess.

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    1. Rating: 2.5 out of 5.One Wore BlueI finally got around to reading Kiernan and Jesse’s story. Kiernan disappointed me so very much in this book. She is anti-slavery, but still deathly loyal to the Confederates. Her reasoning, what I gathered was that, Yankees have no right to take away their choice. Which sounds reasonable, except when the choice in question involves taking another person’s choice away. What I mean to say is that, she thinks the Southern states should be given a choice to sto [...]

    2. Me he sentido sumamente decepcionada con éste libro, es de esos cuyo puntaje engaña. Esperaba una historia que pudiera satisfacerme. Había leído con anterioridad a la escritora como Shannon Drake, de modo que su obra no era nueva para mí.¿Qué me ha pasado con éste libro? Al principio ha sido denso y aburrido, no me metía en la trama, ha sido muy introductorio y con mucha historia. No soy experta en historia americana, y la verdad es que es un tema que no me llama especialmente la atenci [...]

    3. Definitivamente este libro no es para mí ahora mismo. No puedo con la protagonista y con el poco tiempo que tengo, no estoy por la labor de aborrecer un libro que en ambientación es una maravilla.Lo dejaré para más adelante a ver si le miro con otros ojos.

    4. This novel of the Civil War is the first in a trilogy about the Camerons, a wealthy Virginia plantation family who find their loyalties divided when the Civil War breaks out. Most of this novel is told from the point of view of Kiernan Mackay, the spirited and beautiful neighbor of the Camerons who has loved the oldest Cameron brother, Jesse, for most of her life. Time and circumstances finally collaborate to get this couple together, but their bliss is short-lived when their beloved Virginia se [...]

    5. I wasn't sure when I began this book how I felt about it. I like reading late at night and don't like images of Civil War battles in the forefront of my thoughts as I go to sleep. But I stuck with it and it turned out to be a really good love story. Kiernan is a Southern Belle who has grown up with Jesse Cameron and his family in a neighboring Virginia plantation. As war breaks out, Jesse sides with the Union and against the rest of his family and Kiernan. But she never stops loving him and the [...]

    6. An entertaining read.I might have enjoyed the historical details a little bit more than the romance since that was a bit typical. I have read a few Civil war fiction before, but I might have forgotten the details, because I think I learned a few new things about it.The two main characters were very typical but well written, although that strong and independent and a little spoiled southern heroine has been done before, Kiernan comes off as a bit annoying to me at times, I found myself thinking a [...]

    7. Muy bien documentado, me ha gustado en ese aspecto pero ¡vaya protagonista más bipolar, idiota, tonta, petarda y un largo etcétera! >.< La he odiado durante todo el tiempo que me ha durado el libro. Uffff, es que me ha fastidiado toda la historia. Arg.Por ahora no me apetece coger otro libro de esta autora. Aunque espero animarme, porque dicen que los otros dos libros que le siguen a éste valen más la pena. Eso espero.

    8. Me ha gustado, pero quizás sobre todo en la última parte esperaba algo mas. Creo que el final es demasiado precipitado, no les he visto mas que discutir y pocas veces hablar en serio, pero aun asi es un libro que merece la pena leer.

    9. Bastante interesante lo que he leído sobre la guerra de Secesión me ha parecido interesante y este fue muy entretenido y me gustó

    10. Enthralling Civil War Romance!This is the first in the Cameron Saga Civil War trilogy (and follows the Cameron stories told in Graham's North American Women trilogy). I highly recommend the whole Cameron Saga--all 6 books. They are rich in history, well-told romances with amazing detail, seamless dialog and a family of wonderful men and women you will love.This story begins in 1859 with the Harper's Ferry incident involving abolitionist John Brown. Jesse Cameron is serving as a doctor for the fe [...]

    11. 3.5 starsBeing ten years younger then Jesse Cameron, Kiernan had to wait to grow up until she caught his eye - but watch out when he returns on leave and gets one look at her - she is the woman for him for life. That said, things are heating up between the North and the South and Keirnan's southern sympathies are no big secret and she's none too happy when Jesse stays with the Union Army. She marries on the rebound, is promptly widowed (this is revealed in the first few pages) and vows to hate J [...]

    12. PERFECTIONI might be a bit biased since I feel an odd connection to the civil war and the time period but I found this book to be perfection. I know there isn't any comparisons to GWTW and that novel is entirely in its own ballpark but I somehow enjoyed and got more invested into this. Why? Crazy? Then perhaps I shall blame that on the amazing characters - Kieran and Jesse. They were perfect for each other and knew one another so well. Both knew exactly what to say or do to get under each other' [...]

    13. This is the story about the Camerons, a family from Tidewater region in Virginia. It opens in 1859 in Harper's Ferry, VA, the night John Brown raids the town. Jesse & Daniel are brothers in the US Army. Jesse is a doctor and Daniel is in the calvary. Their childhood friend is Keirnan and she is Reb. She and Jesse love each other, but she refuses to marry him the day he leaves VA to join the Yankee army, instead marrying Anthony Miller, her friend. Anthony is killed shortly in the war shortly [...]

    14. The heroine was a Southern hellion, Kiernan, in a hoop who loved all things Virginia. The hero, Jesse, was a Virginian who fought on the Union side against all he knew & loved. This story starts in 1861, as Kiernan's home is threatened to be burned to the ground because her dead hubby was in firearm manufacturing, but Jesse rides to her rescue. Then it goes back to Harper's Ferry, VA in 1859 & back to the beginning of the Civil War. I did love the sassy characters like Janey & Lacey [...]

    15. Bueno, por fin y haciendo un esfuerzo logré terminar esta historia. Madre mía que me costó y no porque fuera aburrida o le faltara acción sino porque la protagonista es una de las mujeres más insoportables que me ha tocado leer. Ella sola arruina toda la historia ! El resto de los personajes están muy bien creados y no cuesta trabajo conectar con ellos, los hermanos Cameron son los mejores. Los detalles que aporta la trama sobre la guerra de secesión norteamericana son muy interesantes y [...]

    16. Possession quite possibly have never felt so good. By the time Cameron got done with this velvet and silk Miller, she was a changed woman. This is the time of war, where one needs to know his loyalties and follow them. But this was also a war that pit brother against brother. Cameron and Miller has a history together that makes much of what is going on through out the story more. Their romance more. Their loving more. Their feelings more.Graham did a job on portraying history (Civil War) and ble [...]

    17. No sé por qué comencé a leer este libro, tal vez porque no podía decidirme y venga, a suertes, este libro fue el elegido, también me dije, voy a leer un poco y si no me gusta lo dejo, no había leído ninguna crítica al respecto así que iba un poco a ciegas, ¿cuándo lo dejé?, pues cuando lo terminéSEÑA EXTENSA: SIN SPOILERS - CON SPOILERS

    18. YAWN! YAWN! YAWN! Too much Civil War history and not enough romance. I'm not even sure I want to even attempt to read the other two to this series.

    19. This is the Civil War romance series I cut my teeth on, and I still love the books dearly. Highly recommend them!

    20. One Wore Blue is a brilliant historical romance set during the Civil War era. Kiernan Mackay is in love with the handsomely rugged Jesse Cameron. And Jesse Cameron feels the same about Kiernan. However, their love isn’t strong enough to withstand the onset of the Civil War.Heather Graham takes readers on a journey to the heart of America, Virginia, as Abraham Lincoln is about to win his presidency. Graham shows the distress placed upon everyone as the country was divided by their beliefs. Clos [...]

    21. Received in ebook format from netgalley.This novel is set during the American Civil War and I believe one (the first?) in a trilogy about the Camerons, who are wealthy Virginia plantation family, along with some of the people they grow up with - such as Kiernan Mackay. Most of this novel is told from the point of view of Kiernan, who has grown up motherless, and therefore the apple of her father's eye and able to get away with more than other women of her class and age. She has become spirited a [...]

    22. ONE WORE BLUE is an entertaining and sweeping sensual melodrama and a pleasant departure from the standard (though equally wonderful) English historical romance.I love this time period in American History. It is a gritty and desperate time even for the wealthy. Passions and emotions are heightened. Death and destruction are at the characters’ doorsteps. It’s the perfect and most inconvenient time to fall madly in love.I adore Jesse. He’s no gentleman. Tall, dark and handsome. Kiernan’s h [...]

    23. ONE WORE BLUE is an entertaining and sweeping sensual melodrama and a pleasant departure from the standard (though equally wonderful) English historical romance. I love this time period in American History. It is a gritty and desperate time even for the wealthy. Passions and emotions are heightened. Death and destruction are at the characters’ doorsteps. It’s the perfect and most inconvenient time to fall madly in love.I adore Jesse. He’s no gentleman. Tall, dark and handsome. Kiernan’s [...]

    24. Nice Romance mixed with a bit of a History LessonI thought this was a pretty good book. I really enjoyed the storyline as well as the romance and characters. I found the book really hard to put down and I read very late into the night. This story had me smiling a few times, holding my breathe a time or two and I even shed a few tears along the way. I did find it pretty predictable for the most part but it was a good read nonetheless.I found the book a tiny bit difficult to follow along at the be [...]

    25. So, uh a pro-slavery heroine, eh? That's bold.It was hard for me to enjoy this book due to the heroine's willful ignorance and unchecked privilege. I've read books set in the South during the Civil War, but in almost every instance, the main characters are like, "Yeah, slavery is bad, but states' rights!" Not here, guys. She hates Uncle Tom's Cabin because it got Northerners riled up about slavery, and you guys, it's not even fair! It's not a balanced portrayal! Not all slaveowners are mean to t [...]

    26. Absolute garbage. The story is a worthless pile of trite crap. What bothered me the most is how terrible the dialogue was. Nobody says someone's name repeatedly while they are carrying on a conversation with that person. It's not necessary. As the reader, I know who you're talking to. Just poor writing all around with very little in the way of a plot. Unfortunately, I have book 2 of this series and feel compelled to read it. I hope it's better, but I'm not holding my breath.

    27. Kiernan Miller was a beauty with emerald eyes and sunstruck hair. As she grew older she fell in love with her best friend, Danielx'sn older brother. Jesse Cameron feels the same way and its hard to keep their hands to their selves. but there is another man. Anthony Miller who along with his father and Kiernan's father own a gun factory that supplies the south with guns and bullets. Jesse is mad with jealousy cause Anthony us not only in love with her but has been for years and has been asking fi [...]

    28. Ok but not recommended. I wished it would be over and skimmed some partsVIEWER'S OPINION:There was too much civil war history. I'd prefer less history and more character interaction - for a romance novel. Sometimes there was too much time spent in the heads of the characters. For example, Jesse was thinking about all the political and slavery issues about to happen before the civil war. Jesse and Kiernan loved each other. She kept denying it to herself and claimed she hated him because he was on [...]

    29. I was not familiar with Heather Graham, but decided to try this book since I like reading Civil War stories. The book is well written, and there is not too much historical detail for me; I would actually have enjoyed more. This is a story that I could have seen being expanded into one of those big, fat, epic novels with lots of descriptive detail. (For those unfamiliar with Ms. Graham, there are explicit sexual scenes.)The story and the characters are engaging. As another reader noted, Jesse Cam [...]

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