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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Book on the Month: The Search by Nora Roberts

FINALLY! I've found one I LOVED!

The relationship between the male and female lead characters jumped off the page!
On the search (no pun intended!) for a Nora Roberts novel that I'd fall in love with, I picked up 'The Search' because - believe it or not - because it was PURPLE! (Well the UK cover is Anyway! This is the cover from Amazon US)

The Search: The Basics - Fiona Bristrow is a professional Canine Search and Research trainer. Simon Doyle has a cute little puppy in need of training. He's moody, outspoken and the total opposite to friendly, straightforward and limitlessly patient Fiona. Professionally things are working out until a copycat serial killer decides to turns up the heat and Fiona's island hideaway is no longer safe. Whether he wants to or not Simon's instinct is to protect Fiona. Whether she wants to or not Fiona is falling for him.
I think the deference with this one is it was a feature length in comparison to the others I've read. It's well over five hundred pages, I'm a slow reader and I had difficulty putting it down. I had my nose in this one during lunch breaks from the minute I got home to the minute I went to bed. Hell, I even sacrificed my walk to and from work in favour of the bus to continue reading!

A definite must buy! 5/5

Well, she got me! I'm off to buy Black Hills.


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Christmas Fairytales - Nora Roberts


  1. Nora Roberts does it again! Great romance and suspenceful...also some tearful moments! It was a great read - hard to put down and sad that you came to the end!I really enjoyed this story.


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