Which is your favorite Nora Roberts novel?

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I cannot believe I’m discovering the existence of Nora Roberts only now. Where have I lived until now? :doh:

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Nora Roberts has written so many books, it's difficult to choose. She wrote under her own name, and a pen name. Then her earlier books were re-released with new covers. How does one choose?

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I have one fave book and one fave series by NR. I just love HONEST ILLUSIONS! The characters are multidimensional and the plot is compelling.
The series I adore is The MacGregors... all the books are fast, fun and filled with interesting people.

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I have to read at least once a year is the Blood Brother series, then Montana Sky, Nora Roberts is my absolute favorite

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Midnight Bayou I think I like the twist on this one the best. Otherwise, I am a junkie when it comes to her trilogies. :D

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Definitely Blue Smoke. I fell in love with Bo Goodnight!

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Irish Rose. I read it a long time ago and still love that story till now.

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Nora Roberts romance books are great. Always some type of surprise involved in them. Boonsboro inn series was fast action.

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I really enjoy Sweet Revenge (standalone, I have reread it so many times). The Gallaghers of Ardmore trilogy is really good for wanderlust in Ireland with humor, myth and romance. Another Irish based series that is great is the Irish Born trilogy - lots of family drama, strong personalities, and dreaming. If you want something a little more spooky, but still with bits of steam, friendship, family, and diverse personalities, then the Sign of Seven series is great (also reread many times lol).
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Kateyes53+ wrote:
24 Jun 2018, 18:04
I have to read at least once a year is the Blood Brother series, then Montana Sky, Nora Roberts is my absolute favorite
Oh my goodness, same! I have reread that series so many times. I know what's going to happen, but it never gets old lol
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The book "Year One" inspires me

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I love Guardian series

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Post by LizaH5585 »

My favorite Nora Roberts novel is The Search. Lovable dogs, search and rescue, a murder-mystery and scorching romance, set on a beautiful Pacific Northwest island. Who could ask for more? I only wish Ms. Roberts would do a sequel. I would love to see what happens to some of the supporting characters in the future.

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I'd say my favorite is Time and Again.

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I have read almost all of Nora Roberts books and when I get started I can't put them down. She is one of my favorite authors :tiphat:

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