Fearless

Fearless As Gloryanne s bittersweet miracle and Rodrigo s double life collide two people learning just what it means to trust must face the truth about each other and decide if there s a chance for the futur

  • Title: Fearless
  • Author: Diana Palmer
  • ISBN: 9780373773008
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As Gloryanne s bittersweet miracle and Rodrigo s double life collide, two people learning just what it means to trust must face the truth about each other, and decide if there s a chance for the future they both secretly desire.

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    About "Diana Palmer"

    1. Diana Palmer

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.Diana Palmer is a pseudonym for author Susan Kyle 1 romance authorSusan Eloise Spaeth was born on 11 December 1946 in Cuthbert, Georgia, USA She was the eldest daughter of Maggie Eloise Cliatt, a nurse and also journalist, and William Olin Spaeth, a college professor Her mother was part of the women s liberation movement many years before it became fashionable Her best friends are her mother and her sister, Dannis Spaeth Cole , who now has two daughters, Amanda Belle Hofstetter and Maggie and lives in Utah Susan grew up reading Zane Grey and fell in love with cowboys Susan is a former newspaper reporter, with sixteen years experience on both daily and weekly newspapers Since 1972, she has been married to James Kyle and have since settled down in Cornelia, Georgia, where she started to write romance novels Susan and her husband have one son, Blayne Edward, born in 1980.She began selling romances in 1979 as Diana Palmer She also used the pseudonyms Diana Blayne and Katy Currie, and her married name Susan Kyle Now, she has over 40 million copies of her books in print, which have been translated and published around the world She is listed in numerous publications, including Contemporary Authors by Gale Research, Inc Twentieth Century Romance and Historical Writers by St James Press, The Writers Directory by St James Press, the International Who s Who of Authors and Writers by Meirose Press, Ltd and Love s Leading Ladies by Kathryn Falk Her awards include seven Waldenbooks national sales awards, four B Dalton national sales awards, two Bookrak national sales awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award for series storytelling from Romantic Times, several Affaire de Coeur awards, and two regional RWA awards.Inspired by her husband, who quit a blue collar manufacturing job to return to school and get his diploma in computer programming, Susan herself went back to college as a day student at the age of 45 In 1995, she graduated summa cum laude from Piedmont College, Dest, GA, with a major in history and a double minor in archaeology and Spanish She was named to two honor societies the Torch Club and Alpha Chi , and was named to the National Dean s List In addition to her writing projects, she is currently working on her master s degree in history at California State University She hopes to specialize in Native American studies She is a member of the Native American Rights Fund, the American Museum of Natural History, the National Cattlemen s Association, the Archaeological Institute of Amenca, the Planetary Society, The Georgia Conservancy, the Georgia Sheriff s Association, and numerous conservation and charitable organizations Her hobbies include gardening, archaeology, anthropology, iguanas, astronomy and music.In 1998, her husband retired from his own computer business and now pursues skeet shooting medals in local, state, national and international competition They love riding around and looking at the countryside, watching sci fi on TV and at the movies, just talking and eating out.

    647 thoughts on “Fearless”

    1. Rating: 2.5 / 5Whenever I read a Diana Palmer book, I can usually be guaranteed three things: the heroine will be a virgin, the hero will be broody and troubled, and the hero will treat the heroine horribly at some point in the book. Fearless was no exception to that. But I did like the fact that for once the heroine wasn't super naive. Glory was a little more worldly than a typical Palmer heroine.I'm not really sure what to say about this book. Because I didn't find it to be a difficult read. I [...]


    2. This book was hard to rate. Did I like it: NO!!!! I gave it a high rating because I will never ever forget it. He is the absolutely WORSE hero (more like a vilian!) that Diana has ever written. He tells the chick she's ugly, makes fun of her, goes to her hospital room where she is recuperating from a miscarriage and gives her friggin divorce papers! This guy Ricardo was scum of the friggin earth! It is the worse book ever written! I hated this guy so much and I really hated her for putting up wi [...]


    3. Gloryanne Barnes has overcome a traumatic childhood to become an assistant prosecutor. When she is the only witness to hear a drug lord threaten someone, he sends a hit after her and it’s decided that she should lie low for a bit, until the case goes to trial. Her stepbrother’s truck farm in Jacobsville Texas seems like the perfect place. Glory can use her canning skills to work on the farm, preparing the summer fruits for preserving and hopefully make it to trial.Rodrigo Ramirez is the farm [...]


    4. One of the good Diana Palmer! Gloryann, with her limp, is making her way in Rodrigo's heart without him realize it. Until he lost everything. Having a one night full of lust and secretly wishing that she's pregnant, Rodrigo marry Glory. But he thought he still in love with his ex-partner, Sarina. That's when Glory, who madly in love, hear him say that Rodrigo marry her out of pity It's been a while since I read one good Diana Palmer's book. This one is good enough to make me stay up all night. B [...]


    5. With Diana Palmer you always get a troubled hero, but this one was a real as*hole. Rodrigo was absolutely horrible to Glory throughout the entire book. He called her stupid and crippled and was ashamed to be seen with her. But somehow Glory gets past all these things he says and feels about her and marries him. I enjoy the troubled, brooding hero but this one was so far beyond that. He was just completely unlikeable.


    6. If i could i would just make this book disappear from all shelfs/stores out there. I don't know what DP was thinking writing it. Wasn't there anyone to point out what a horrible storyline it was before publishing it?! Absolutely horrible, the hero not worth calling him one.



    7. Rodrigo was a complete *expletive* *expletive*. He spent the entire book treating Glory like *expletive*, and even after she overheard him telling other people not once, but twice, about how plain, unappealing, crippled, embarrasing and pathetic she was, Glory still chased after him. Puhlease. Hands down the worst 'hero' I've ever read. And for someone who's supposed to be a ballsy DA, Glory was pathetically naive and lacking. 2 stars because it was readable for the most part.


    8. One of the worst male reads I have ever read! Glory was stupid for loving this guy and I had no respect for her because of it!


    9. The hero treated the heroine so terribly, that by the end of the book I hated him. When she forgave him and ran back into his arms, I just thought she was weak and stupid. Lame book.


    10. Why did I read this again? I feel like punching myself in the face. Most horrible hero, didn't feel any kind of love, told heroine girl that was at his house was better in bed and then she lost baby. If that's not bad enough he never considered going back or that he might love heroine until her found out she was educated and sophisticated. If he loved her he wouldn't have cared. Why why did I do this to myself. I wish she would have slept with Kilraven at least.


    11. Gloryannne is a high powered Assistant Prosecutor and her job has once again put her - in arms way. A well known drug lord threatens her life. In order to stay alive until the trial, Glory agreed to hide in her stepbrother's farm in their hometown of Jacobsville, working as a canner. There she met he handsome and taciturn Rodrigo Ramirez, her stepbrother's farm manager. Rodrigo is working undercover to bust a drug cartel that is running drugs. And he doesn't need the distraction of the new emplo [...]


    12. This book could be seen as a follow on from Outsider, with the OM getting his story here and it really ticked me off. It wasn't about the much discussed cruel hero, or how each time his cruelty is explained away by 'I didn't mean it', even when we see he REALLY did mean it since we're given his POV. He's certainly thought those things before he was called on them. And promptly forgiven by the doormat that passed as an h. Probably the first book I've ever read that I just didn't buy any kind of h [...]


    13. I love alpha cruel males so thank you Diana Palmer for Rodrigo Ramirez! Damn what a sexy bastard he was. I thought it was hilarious how he thought Glory was an uneducated plain nobody when in reality she was a hotshot super fierce lawyer. Poor Glory had a horrible past, lots of emotional and physical scars. My heart broke for her especially after her miscarriage but I admired her so much for her courage, her strength and her loving nature. Diana Palmer writes the best heroines ever! Great marria [...]


    14. Oh my godWHY?!I know DP likes her heroes to hurt the heroines verbally- but dearest Rodrigo was one of the worst of them all. He wasn't attracted to her 70% of the timeUntil suddenly he had an epiphany and he was- and he literally lusted after a married woman most of the time. Such an a$$.The heroine on the other hand- poor creature. He did NOT deserve her. I was rooting for her to end up with Killraven or Rick just so she could kick his sorry ass. Not happy.


    15. Read it in one sitting. One of my favorite maybe honestly after Dangerous & Lawless my favorite. I love it Glory was such a breath of fresh air I got super emotionally involved in this book. The story was like nothing I'd expect from DP plus I got to see Rick She tossed him into make the real love interest jealous.


    16. Dialogues between H and h made me laugh. Like h`s saying something like "if I get pregnant I will demand DNA testing and deny the baby is mine"There were several loopholes (some of them were Texas size). For example how come h was sent to a small town for an undercover duty and that small town happened to be her own hometown where she was born and raised up. How come one single person in that SMALL town doesn't recognize her? Nobody changes that much after age of 18 (age h graduate high-school a [...]


    17. Love Diana Palmer Love the StoryLove The Heroine although was a little too pitifulHATED HATED HATED the hero The Hero was terrible, aweful and disgusting in my Opinion. In fact I put the book down a few times because I was so disgusted with the man. And for me he never redeemed his self ever. If MS. Palmer wanted us to believe he was sorry, for they way he treated the herione, she should have started his groveling soon as we met him. He was not honest when he promised to protect her but left wit [...]


    18. I can't believe I listened to this entire schmaltzy saga of tanned, sinewy hero and plucky but vulnerable heroine in books-on-tape format as I travelled cross country several weeks ago. Okay, he has strong arms, a muscular back, a hairy chest, quick reflexes--I get it, I get it! (Certainly repeated often enough.) So what? Go to the one-star reviews of this novel at . They reflect my opinion exactly. Then go to your local bookstore or library or on-line book seller and do yourself a favor: get an [...]


    19. Is it possible to find a story readable but NOT enjoy the characters? If so, then Fearless is for you. I couldn't put the book down, but by the final 50 pages, I was really hoping the protaganists (they don't deserve the titles of hero and heroine) would both drop dead (a likely possibility given the story line). The underlying cruelty of the protaganists' past and present better fits the "fiction/literature" genre, rather than romance.


    20. Loved it, but IMO Rodrigo didn't redeem himself enough (too little, too late) for the truly assholish way he treated Glory I still enjoyed him as a hero, and I loved Glory, but he was really cruel with her over and over again I was totally hooked on the story, but just because of Rodrigo's treatment of Glory, 3* He should havegroveled !!


    21. Rodrigo is the absolute worst a-hole character Diana Palmer has ever created. I love the LTT series Ugh I really don't think he could ever do enough to redeem himself!!!



    22. The one with two educated, upper/upper middle class MCs and a hero who is up for execution on virtually every country on the planet except the US. That line is repeated. Often. So Roderigo and Glory are both undercover. Both pretending to be poor and uneducated. Glory has the added bonus of looking drab which Roderigo comments on. Frequently. Both think they're too good for the other which really pissed me off. It's not until Roderigo sees Glory back in her milieu that he decides he loves her af [...]


    23. I know DP has her own formula and most of thetime I ignore it with mild dislike. But this one wasjust sooooo fucking annoying. The way Rodrigoexpresses his dislike and disinterest of Glory goes beyond misogynistic and cruel.It's almost like DP hates females, how canshe write such horrible male characters andexpect us to root for them. It's weird becauseusually there's always a second guy in the bookwho is there to offer support to the main female character, he offers unconditional help, is super [...]


    24. Alur cerita keren, tapi karakternya agak sedikit, okelah.nyak kekurangan. Saya kurang respek dengan Hero yang terlalu meng "underestimated" sang heroin. Sang Hero yang menitikberatkan materi, penampilan dan keturunan sebagai syarat jodoh yang tepat adalah hal yang superficial. Tipikal author adalah memiliki karakter yang akan berulang di novel berikutnya, jadi pengingat untuk tidak lagi membaca karya berikutnya.


    25. This is a book that my Aunt Katherine had bought and read. It was part of a trash bag of books she gave me the last time I saw her before she passed. That being said, the book had some tremendous blurbs in it! Defining an insomniac: "Some nights it seems my brain is someone else's TV and they won't stop channel surfing". There was also two things I want to research. One was a supposed quote by the Iranian President and one was what causes Jumping Beans to actually jump!




    26. FearlessLove will find away in even the coldest hearts a must read for everyone so I do recommend this book.


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