Winner Takes All - Nora Roberts Reviews
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Nora Roberts Winner Takes All
Pages: 537, Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Books
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Black Hills - Nora RobertsNora Roberts is back on form with this book (583 words)
by ladybracknell - written on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
It was with a great deal of trepidation that I took this book home from the library. My last reading experience with Nora Roberts, was a bit of a dud for me. But I needn t have worried. Ms Roberts is definitely back on form with this offering. * Plot: A summer at his grandparents South Dakota ranch is not eleven-year-old Cooper Sullivan s idea of a good time. But things are a bit more bearable now that he s discovered the Lil Chance, the girl from the ranch next door, and her homemade batting cage. Even horseback riding isn t as awful as Coop thought it would be. Each year, with Coop s annual summer visit, their friendship deepens from innocent games to stolen ...
Black Hills - Nora RobertsNot her best but a good read (309 words)
by jenmck - written on 24/08/09 (Useful, 12 readings)
that someone is. Although this book is well written and the characters believable, this will not become one of my favourite Nora books. And it s hard to say why. On first reading I struggled with this book. I kept comparing it to another similar book by her Montana Sky , also a romantic thriller set on a ranch, but I enjoyed the interaction between the characters in that book much more. However I have since read this book again, and I must admit it was a lot better the second time. I was really drawn into the story and the characters. I also enjoyed the secondary romance between Lil s best friend and her step-brother. Give it a ...
Vision in White - Nora RobertsNora's vision failed her somewhat on this one (463 words)
by ladybracknell - written on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
But it didn t take many pages for me to realise that the book was a little disappointing to say the least. Vision in White is the first in Nora Roberts new series, known collectively as The Bride Quartet, set around a wedding planning business which is run by four friends who spent much of their time in childhood playing at weddings. Now, all grown up, one of them is a photographer, one a cook, one a florist and one a brilliant administrator who owns a fabulous house. How convenient! Synopsis: Mackenzie (Mac) Elliott discovered in childhood that she could capture moments of happiness using a camera, given to her by her absent and uncaring father. She is the ...