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Within the walls of a tasteful, perfectly kept house in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, young Zane Bigelow feels like a prisoner of war. Strangers—and even Zane’s own aunt across the lake—see his parents as a successful surgeon and his stylish wife…

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9 hours ago

Nora Roberts

I like Reed's standard for what will make his home. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

I like Reeds standard for what will make his home. ~Laura

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I loved this part and could relate so much as my family and I just recently moved into our new home over the summer and we looked at a lot of houses before we felt this one speak to us 💕

This is how I got my home 💕 We had been looking for over a year and when we came here by the time I reached the top of the stairs my heart was so happy I knew I was home.

I loved Reed so much.

The house he chose sounds awesome.

When my husband and I were house hunting, the minute I walked into my current house I knew I was home.😊

I'm addicted to looking at homes for sale online. I can relate.

Loved this book!

This is a great way to find a house.

Reed just had to wait for “here I am”!

Love this guy, he buys a house like we did back when we were young. We walked in the old house and looked at each other and said this is it at the same time. A good house it was too! The kids built us a new house and my husband died in bathroom that was built for him. The only room he liked. I love the house. But Reed reminded me of the first house we bought, it looked back at us.

We have to move for my partner's job. I'm having nightmares about finding a house we can both agree on.

Totally understand. I came to an area I'd never been before and the instant I arrived it was like my hear smiled. I knew right at that moment I was going to move there one day. Took 3 years but I did it. I found. a home there and it's still my home.

The only house that has ever done that for me is old and run down & being demolished for a new retirement home. But gosh the staircase is what took my breath away even as a child.

I can relate!

Loved his thoughts on getting his own special home meant for him.

I completely understand his outlook on this! We spent several years looking for the perfect plot of land to call our own. Now, we're developing it into what we want but at the core, its home 😄

I love Reed’s approach to house buying. It IS a big decision and investment; he wants it to be right! His final choice couldn’t have been better!!

Reed's roots run deep and I think he was looking for safety and comfort. He was looking for what everyone wants...a safe haven.

Another book I loved

This is what happened to my husband and I when we found our first and our second homes! Pow!! This is the one - the minute we stepped through the front doors!

As a real estate agent, I love it when I see a house look back at a buyer. What I see is the buyer reaction, and it always makes goosebumps break out all over me. Such a cool thing.

Reading Vendetta in Death. Awesome book!!!

I can relate...house shopping was hard

You shouldn’t settle on where you live. It’s your sanctuary. And he found the perfect one!

Yup that's the best way

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2 days ago

Nora Roberts

Simone had to leave to find her place and it wasn't a clean break was it? ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Simone had to leave to find her place and it wasnt a clean break was it? ~Laura

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I must say after the sisters had the blow up, I felt sorry for Natalie. She lost her sister that day even if she didn't die.

While Simone is a hero, I felt sympathy toward Natalie. She suffered tremendous terror also. The girls were never going to be sister close because Natalie was like Tulip and Simone was like Cici. I think they needed the blow up between them to finally say a lot of things they both had kept inside. That whole chapter was so sad. I felt for both of them.

Her BEST book!

Hard for Natalie to understand what Simone had gone though. If it wasn't for CiCi, Simone would not have made it!

i hated that even though Simone had cici, she was truly on her own.

Was really glad her relationships w Natalie and parents came around.

I loved seeing her struggle and finally connect with her parents.

I felt really bad for Simone how her parents and sister treated her especially after the heartbreak and trauma she experienced. Instead of trying to figure out how to help her, understand and work with her they deemed her complicated and blamed her for everything that was falling apart within the family. Like I thought it was a crappy thing for Natalie to not invite Simone to her wedding etc.

Awesome book

That must have been a tough book to write. Splendid!

It is really difficult for an independent child to be raised by controlled parents. Her parents aren't bad. They loved her, but showed it by offering a pretty little cookie cutter for her life. For Sim, the known could be worse than the unknown.

My new personal favourite. I laughed, I cried and I got addicted. Before my go-to NR book had been The Search but I think it's now going to be this.

Brilliant book

Great book, gift it to a couple of friends 🙂

I've read this one twice already. Love it!

Sometimes even the best meaning parents don't know when they need to step back and let the child make their own choices

This is such a great book!

Both girls were heroes that day but one was celebrated by the public. The girls were so different, they were living the drama of CiCi and Tulip.

Difficult but inevitable, and I was glad when Simone finally realized it.

It can be hard for parents to realize that their children are not little copies of themselves. One of the greatest and hardest things to do, is to release your child into the world knowing they will go their own way.

Great book!

Great book

Okay, all these posts, gotta do a re-read! Love this book.

It's sad with what the sisters go through.😢

Deep into this book NOW just finished chapter on sister's fight! One of N's best!

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4 days ago

Nora Roberts

I'll miss my first signing since 2009 but Nora will be there with our friend Sarah at her side. What are you doing this weekend? ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

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Maureen and I will miss you!!!! ❤️❤️

I hope one day I will get to meet her

I am a fan from Singapore. Have been collecting your books. One of my wishlist is to visit Maryland n get you to sign the books for me. Hope to meet you soon Nora. Keep writing. Loads of love .

I spent the weekend outside working on my patio. I had Nora's Homeport on my phone to listen to while I worked. Love my audio books!

I'd love to make one of the signings and meet Janene. I'll be trying to convince myself to finish painting the bedroom. I just can't cut like Nora's characters and think of her when I'm painting.

I'm going to the book signing that you are missing! I hope to see you next month at the book signing.

My dream of consumption in life would be to meet you, Diva Mor Nora Roberts! And there will be many other beasts of literature, which I love too, that will be gathered in one place, it would be a dream come true! Love! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Oh, it's happening again. We come to the Inn for our anniversary on September 19, so we just miss Nora. For my 25th wedding anniversary Nora signed books for me and left them at TTP for when we got there. I'll never forget that!

Laura, have a great time, I know you’ll be missed, it was such a joy to meet you in July . The signing will be great, the team there is fantastic!

Got all of your books. Love your work so much

This weekend I will celebrate my parents 50th wedding anniversary, they got married 13.09.1969

Love your books, read all in the pic

This weekend, I will continue to unpack things I inherited from my father. While I do that, I'll be listening to "Ransom" by Julie Garwood, on CD. When I have to go out, I'll be listening to "The Perfect Hope", by Nora Roberts, also on CD. And when I go to bed, I'll spend a few minutes reading "Ever My Love", by Lynn Kurland! Those are my three favorite authors!

It's my Great Grandson's first birthday on Monday so I have made his cake and we are having a little party on Sunday. <3 x

Sewing while listening to an audiobook!

How fun! One day I'll get to TTP and meet Ms Nora.

Ooooo I enjoy B.J Daniels books! I wish I was closer!

I'll be having my baby shower tomorrow! 💜😍

Attending Readers on the Rivers in KY. Love meeting wonderful authors.

I will be going crazy! Tonight I have to take my oldest to a birthday party for a classmate/friend. Tomorrow is back to back swim lessons for my guys then the oldest has gymnastics. Sunday is church then a possible second birthday party at Chuck E Cheese for another friend. And somewhere in there, I have to do laundry, clean and prep for next week. I may not survive.

Taking care of 3 of my grandsons.

Reading through: Finished the newest "In Death" (fabulous), KF Keene's "Demon Days, Vampire Nights" 5 book series; then Gina Maxwell's "Ask Me Again", and Sigal Ehrlich's 2nd book in her "Unplugged" series

Cleaning house in anticipation of family gathering on the 21st

Happy grandparents day yesterday Nora~s

Some of my favorite Authors in one place😍☹I can't be there

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5 days ago

Nora Roberts

Cici IS a little bit psychic after all. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Cici IS a little bit psychic after all. ~Laura

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Yes, she’s a little bit psychic 😁

Cici is such a character, such a great character. I want to be her when I grow up. 😁

She is - I have no doubt. I adore CiCi. I said it before - I may be 65, but I want to be CiCi when I grow up!!

CiCi is an amazing character. She's the kind of person everyone needs in their life. Supportive, but not afraid to let it rip when you need it.

I'm jealous of Simone. She has a Cici and a Mi

This is such a good story! I love the depth and rollercoaster of emotions it invokes in me! ❤️

CiCi knows!! She always knows! A solitary witch and yes, a bit psychic!

Everyone needs a little Cici in their life.❤️❤️

Cici is a fantastic charachter. Wish we all had a someone like Cici in our life, that would be great ✨

I love this book and I love CiCi. She is my generation (and Nora’s) so I related well to her.

I just finished this book. I must admit, I almost stopped but pressed on. I really loved it! I love Cici, her character is so fun and carefree!

I want a CiCi in my life. She definitely brings this book together in so many ways!

I am currently reading this book and loving it.. CiCi is such a great character! Reminds me of my grandmother 😍😍

Cici is an amazing character love her outlook on life.

CiCi is a free spirited, insightful women. I think everyone needs a CiCi in their life

Cici is the best character I've read for awhile!

CiCi is amazing wish I could keep my cool the way she dose.

Just finished rereading this book, LOVE CiCi!!

Yes, she was amazing. Would be nice if we all had a little Cici in us.

You have such a way with words to bring out what each person is feeling and how their feelings impact others I just love that thank you for writing can't wait for your next book waiting for the one to be released in December and waiting for next year for the new one love your books thank you so much take care

She is amazing-the aunt many of us want

So cleverly and beautifully written. Nora Roberts handles a tough subject from our current events, sadly, with sensitivity and excellence.

CiCi...honestly warmed my heart. I wish I'd had someone like her in my life the last few months. I've been back and forth with what my real passions should be focused on, but feel like I'm stagnant in really following through because I'm too busy doing everything else. She was truly an inspiration and when I ...have time again, I want to re-read this book.

Love CiCi, she has a beautiful soul

This is one of the best books I've read.

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