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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes Shelter in Place—a powerful tale of heart, heroism and propulsive suspense.

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…

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Year One and Of Blood and Bone concludes her stunning trilogy that the New York Times Book Review praised as “A match for end-of-the-world classics like Stephen King’s The Stand.”

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the epic Year One returns with a new tale of terror and magick in a brand new world.

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5 hours ago

Nora Roberts

Natalie, getting in the last word after Ryan finally admits his feelings. We start Night Shield tomorrow! ~Laura
#Nightsmoke #nighttales
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Natalie, getting in the last word after Ryan finally admits his feelings. We start Night Shield tomorrow! ~Laura
#NightSmoke #NightTales

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Love all these books on the series I have read them numerous times

Awesome

This series was one of my first introductions to Nora Roberts and is still one of my favorites! I comeback and reread the series constantly, thank you for one of my all time favorites.

#NoraRobberts

So lovely 🌹😍😍😍😏😏😏😏

cool, I am reading that again right now.

Yes!!! Night shield is my favorite!!! 💖💖💖🥳

Naturally he was.

Re-reading this now!

And the female always gets the last word lol

I save all her books and have reread them all again during the pandemic! I can’t wait for every new book she writes!

Rereading this series at the moment excellent series.

Of course Natalie would be the least stupid.

So good!

I just think the whole series is a wow. I am reading for the up tenth time the last book in the series.

Can't wait! #professionalromancefan

I'm finishing up Stars of Fortune. Can someone tell me what the next book is called? Thanks.

Where do I find these books? They have been at Barnes and Noble lately.

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3 days ago

Nora Roberts

Love how Nora conveys Ryan's frantic chase after Natalie in a few concise pages. You could feel his fear and frustration with every word. ~Laura
#Nightsmoke #nighttales
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Love how Nora conveys Ryans frantic chase after Natalie in a few concise pages. You could feel his fear and frustration with every word. ~Laura
#NightSmoke #Nighttales

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And I loved how amused Natalie was by the fact Ryan couldn't keep up with her. 🙃

I chuckled all through this part but at the same time my heart broke too.

😂🤣🥺🥺

Really Felt for Ryan

I love Natalie and Ryan.

❤ Natalie and Ryan

Love has a way of us being crazy

Awesome

She lead him quite a merry dance....well done Natalie

I was so hoping he would catch up with her!

Love this story ! Still one of my favourites

Still ended quite well I'd say ♥️

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4 days ago

Nora Roberts

Love this: recipes as business contracts. How do you approach cooking? ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Love this: recipes as business contracts. How do you approach cooking? ~Laura

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Sometimes I follow a recipe but most times I just wing it 😆

I like having a recipe to follow.

I look to see what I have in the fridge then throw it in a pan “Chopped” style 😂

I just throw it together and hope for the best:)

I look at a recipe for a new dish as a guideline, then improvise as I like - extra garlic, no nuts, etc. And I don't bake unless it comes from a box!

Recipes are starting points! I love to take them and adjust and experiment to my tastes.

As an adventure!! 😁

Baking requires precision. Cooking allows room for more creativity in the process. Once you have the basics, it's all cake.

Started out as a scientific experiment. The fun grew from there.

I need a recipe! My husband on the other hand can just throw things together.

I'm a medical laboratory scientist...follow the procedure, its written for a reason.

My three sons are scientists. I told them to approach recipes like experiments!!

hmmm, I find with cooking I may use a recipe as a point of reference (how much flour for that roux??) but for sure baking needs to be precise....read that "contract" all the way through, assemble all ingredients, proceed through the clauses in order paying attention to all details.....

My mom and grandma taught me to cook the things they had always cooked, without recipes, so I didn't use recipes at first. My mom saved labels from Carnation Milk cans and ordered me my first cookbook, a "Cooking for Kids" type book, from Carnation when I was about 8. I used some recipes from it to cook dinner for our family soon after I got it. (For reference I am 63 now.)

most of my recipes are in my head now. i always marvelled at how Grandma could make a cake with out a recipe. lol.

Follow it the first time & then.....

Have to have a recipe ... not a courageous cook

I’ve been doing it so long I don’t even think about it.

in my house it's more of a science experiment...but no one complains my hubby claims in 20+ yrs of marriage less than a handful of meals were in edible.

I approach cooking by having my husband do it.

I use recipes at times and adjust them by personal taste. Like the experiments that others do.

I was a chemistry major, so I tend to follow recipes and measure everything carefully. I will make adjustments after I have cooked something several times. My mother used to laugh because I measured things when making gravy, but at least it always turned out.

Awesome

Excellent

Detail makes me itchy. I ascribe to the toss and sniff test. Keep throwing in the seasonings and herbs until it smells deep. Baking is another matter, though. Anyone else think the feel of biscuit dough is the sexiest thing ever?

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5 days ago

Nora Roberts

Love catching up with the extended family in the Night Tales. And how big brothers never change. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Love catching up with the extended family in the Night Tales. And how big brothers never change. ~Laura

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Love Boyd. He's one of my favorite characters

One of my absolute favorite series!!! ❤️

Love this book. Boyd is a fantastic character! !!

Love it just got through reading again!

Big brothers, even younger, bigger brothers know how to intimidate.lol This one is my favourite.

Boyd is just the best!!!

I love this series. I always laugh no matter how many times I've read it.

Picking up the first 4 night tales tomorrow from the library!

Are you going to include Night Shield in this series?

Finished the series last night!

that is one of the things I love about Nora! I was reading the Cordina family and surprise one of the O'Hurley's showed up!

Boyd is so protective of those he loves.

Awesome

reading this got me right back into the Book and remember it well, =^.^=

Have read this series so many times.

Can’t you just see the devious big brother wheels turning in Boyd’s head?

Love this series. Currently reading this book. 😎

It was so great when Boyd and Cela showed up. Watching their family grow has been a hoot

Well oops lol

This cracked me up. Had a real giggle when I re-read it

I came to Nora Roberts pretty late. I’d always avoided the books because I’m not that interested in romance novels. I’d always been more into mysteries and intrigue. My bestie gave me my first Nora Roberts and I have to say that these books are so much more than romance. I especially love the ones that have a mystical slant with witches and sorcerers! I’ve now worked my way through all of my friend’s collection, the library, a local bookstore and amazon offerings. What was I thinking?

Love Ry, he’s so in control of himself.

Loved that scene!

Mr. Peeseeki 🤣

I love this series too.

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