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Friday, May 02, 2008

Friday Flashback

from April 2002:


Three Fates by Nora Roberts. Romantic suspense.









Three Fates was, I think, one of Nora's best romantic suspense novels so far. I loved the way all the characters were tied together through their families' histories.

Tia is one of my favorite of Nora's heroines. She has a lot to overcome, but not only does she overcome it, she uses it! Just wonderful. Malachi treated her exactly right---he reminded me of Farley in Runaway Bay.

And those e-mails between Jack & his father.... They made me LOL! I read them aloud to Carl and said we needed to remember that for when the kids are out of the house. I know I'd e-mail my mom more if she were entertaining like that.

I was waiting for all hell to break loose when the girls discovered those cameras, & was mildly disappointed when they didn't. When I thought about it later, though, I thought maybe it was just a little too predictable. Or maybe Nora intended to do something about it, but didn't because the book was getting too long?? Eh. speculation.

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Three Fates is one of my Nora's favorite. I love how she ties the characters togther too. And Nora always great with interaction her characters with each other :)

Hmmm maybe I should re-read Three Fates again...lol
 
I'm pretty sure I've re-read it once, but that was before 2005, so it's been a while for me, too. Hey, go vote for it on the book discussion poll: http://www.writerspace.com/somethingaboutnora/discussionpoll.html, and give us both an excuse to re-read it!
 
*chuckle* are you trying to get me to re-read for our book discussion LOL

I just voted and notice that Three Fates has 7 votes in...wow.

And you know what, we need to get the group to votes for Nora's books :)
 
Cool. That probably means we'll be re-reading it soon. Feel free to remind people if you like. :-)

Well, since I know you don't have a lot of reading time lately, I'm not trying to get you to re-read. But on the other hand, maybe re-reading a book you know you like will jump-start your reading again.
 
Hmm...maybe Nora's older books might help me jump-start my reading again... :)
 
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