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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I've found Nora Roberts to be a reliable writer, with most of her books earning four or five stars from me. Sometimes she writes a book that I absolutely hate, 'Black Hills' and 'The Search' being amongst that small number.
Consequently, when I read some negative reviews of this series, I was wary, and almost didn't buy it. However, I am glad that I decided to try it, because I enjoyed it greatly. Each book in the series is a standalone, but they are closely linked with one another. The three heroines are best friends and the three heroes are brothers.
There is a ghost that is a central character, but this didn't feel like a true paranormal series to me. That may not make sense, but to me, the series felt more like straightforward contemporary romances that just happened to include a ghost.
Straightforward contemporary romances are not my favourite romance sub-genre, so I tend to be a demanding reader. This series engaged me and held my interest; I preferred the first book in the series, but I liked the other two. There was a great deal of tension and conflict in the first book, which made it more interesting.
The second and third books concentrated on the unfolding romances and the investigation of the ghost's history, which made for pleasant reading, but did not have the same level of excitement as the first book. Prior to beginning this series, I read how Ms. Roberts based the setting's businesses on her real-life properties, and how she referenced her other books in the stories.
Some reviewers were critical of this, while others thought it was cool. I subscribe to the cool factor camp and thought it added a personal touch. The use of real businesses and the references to Eve and Roarke were the sort of in-jokes that add a touch of humour.
The pace was leisurely, with the descriptions of the characters' everyday activities slowly unfolding and painting a picture of the lives of the central characters. A few times, the pace slowed a bit too much in the last two books, but each time, it quickly picked up again. Although the books were not fast paced, neither were they too slow or boring. These books are not romantic suspense books, where one expects a fast pace, so readers expecting fast paced excitement will be disappointed.
The stories focus on the characters; who are they, what are they like, what is their background, how did they become the people they are, what do they think and feel about things, what are their hopes and dreams, what are their daily lives like, how do they interact with each other and do their jobs, how are their romances progressing, and will everyone get their happily ever after?
These books read more like Roberts' well-crafted vintage Silhouette series romances than her later paranormal or suspense books, or her edgier J. Robb works. There are a few mild sex scenes in each book, as well as profanity. The books are not clean reads, but neither are they erotica.
Readers who are easily offended, however, will probably do well to skip these books. I highly recommend these books to readers who like a traditional, leisurely paced, contemporary romance. They are in the Silhouette style, but with more depth and characterization than usually found in those books.
I am really enjoying the Nora Roberts books. Reading this series that centered around a family of three brothers in a small town made one who comes from a small town feel right at home.
The historical aspects were a positive addition to the overall feel. The fact that the brothers were contractors with differing skills that made them stand out was also a positive aspect.
One complaint, although I really hate to add anything negative since I did love reading this bundled series, is a complaint I have with most romance novels. All of the brothers are drop dead gorgeous, and their female counterparts surpass being merely attractive. For me it makes the story less believable. I suppose it is the fault of publishers who dictate what makes a romance novel. Young beautiful women, and young virile men. If you want a purely fantasy world, then these people suffice.
I would however like to see a mature woman, maybe mid fifties or early sixties who had a bit of age, a lifetime of experience, who knows that men should not be measured by washboard abs and how tall, dark and handsome they might be.
I'd like to see an average looking man of the same age. Not typical of the he-man style who maybe has a bit of belly he worries about.
He knows how to make love to a woman. He has learned in his lifetime. He never rushes sex and if his partner wants a bit of kink, he knows how to supply that as well. Let two people like that find each other, fall in love, worry what their grown children might think, decide that they have paid their dues, and opt for a life together. That is the kind of romance novel I would like to see.
Paperback Verified Purchase. I tend to like the more Irish or magical series Nora does, and wasn't sure about this one. I then heard it was based off an Inn she owns and figured Nora never lets me down. I am glad I picked it up. I love the first book in the series a lot. The love story was heartwarming and liked the touch of suspense added with the stalker. The second novel was a fun read but probably my least favorite out of the 3.
Overall not my favorite Nora series but a pleasant read. Some people were not fans of how much detail were mentioned about the Inn and restoring it. I didn't mind that. I like historical homes.
I actually realized the Inn is less than a 3 hour drive from my house. I booked a girls getaway there with a friend who is also a Nora fan. I'm excited to go see the place in person and some of the places mentioned in the novel. One person found this helpful. I absolutely loved this series. It will make you laugh and cry! All three books! I have to say I think my favorite character is Lizzy. I loved how the first book introduces her to the reader and then her character evolves throughout each book.
The series follows the Montgomery family.
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