Nora Roberts Message Board

Christine Barwick posts on 9/13/2009 8:31:06 PM I have 150 different Romance novels written under the name Nora Roberts. I only lack the 1984 book [Promise Me Tomorrow] to complete the collection of novels from her first book all the way through 2007. I have lost my job and I am going to have to sell them but I hate to break the set up. If you are looking for a full set; email me. Christine
Barbara Accornero posts on 8/2/2009 3:58:47 PM I think that the Blood Brothers was one of the best trilogies so far...I also got my daughter to read them and she also enjoyed them...I do like the paranormal in some of the books...I do believe when you write such as you do Nora you have to try and find something for just can't please everyone all the time...I am now reading the new one...Black Hills...I am just starting this I can't comment this time...
Dale ann posts on 8/2/2009 2:05:55 PM i am looking for these books the language of love i have books from 26 though 36 and i am looking for these numbers 1 though 25 and 37 though 48 does any one know where i could get these please email me and but in the subject line nora roberts thanks

meda posts on 7/23/2009 9:06:46 AM reading nora robert's novel keeps me from thinking about my problems. it relaxes me and gives me inspirations. i love her books, but here in the phils. its hard to find her books and novels.
anny posts on 6/6/2009 6:17:16 PM sorry tammy but the circle trilogy and sign of seven trilogy is two of the best book nora ever mad. if you are tired of vampyer or voodoo may be you should look for a new book. o'the irish book are awsom."o"i'm not irish.
Kris posts on 5/16/2009 8:31:58 PM I have read Vision in White, It is good, The Midnight Bayoo is set in New Orleans, so what do you expect. I have gone to several of her book sinings and we went to her shop, it was great fun. Her vampire trilogy is the only books that I have not read 4 or 5 times.
Tammy posts on 4/9/2009 3:27:53 PM Althought I love Nora Roberts she is getting a little too much with the paranormal and voodoo halloween stuff I have read every book and most of them are great I like the idea of good wins over bad but does it have to be witchy??? Is anyone going to watch this Sat 4/11 the Tribute Lifetime movie? If so please let me know what you think. I was disappointed in Midnight Bayou again too halloween voodoo. I hear the new Bride book series is suppose to be cute easy read?? Is anyone planning on reading it? Thanks hope to hear back
Kelly posts on 3/26/2009 11:29:43 PM I've read almost every book that Nora Roberts has written and I've reread most of them two or three times! I was a little disappointed by the Life Time movie Northern Lights though. I hope the other three are more true to the story. I would love to see The Circle Trilogy or The Villa as a movie.
mitzy posts on 1/8/2009 1:31:14 PM I agree, Nora's books have become too weird. I have every book that she has written, but I find myself buying other authors now because the writing just isn't what it used to be. :( Please, Nora, get back on track.
anonymous2 posts on 5/13/2008 8:15:53 PM I have read and loved anything that Nora has written with an Irish theme! She is so good at that with her Irish background. However, more and more it seems like she is focusing on graphic gore, death, and the para-normal. Even her last Irish themed books dealt with witchcraft, etc. I've begun to look elsewhere for Irish themed mysteries (Andrew Greeley, Carol Higgins Clark) and romances; even though Nora's the best writer.
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