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Judith posts on 11/24/2007 6:51:59 PM The In Death series with Eve Dallas. Definitely great tv series material.
Charity posts on 10/8/2007 8:21:02 PM I think Nora Roberts should definitely make the Three Sisters Island Trilogy should be made into a movie! That would be the coolest thing ever!
Heather posts on 7/23/2007 12:01:15 PM If you go to her website, there is a list of her series which lets you know about sequels and such

Robin posts on 7/22/2007 1:55:17 PM I have read Irish Hearts and Sullivan's Woman. I am in the process of ordering Irish Rebel. Is there a sequel to Irish Rebel or Sullivan's Woman?
hotteybobody posts on 5/26/2007 4:52:49 PM Oh if your still looking for Nora Roberts books with settings in Ireland I just finished reading a whole series of like 4 books! One of them is called Irish Heart,oow and I just finished a newer one called Irish Dreams but yeah all the the books are connected in some way though! Like some of the characters are reintroduced ^.^
PoRn StAr posts on 11/28/2006 2:28:59 PM I'm doing a research project on this lovely author I think she is absoulety great! I'm irish but have never been to Irelend. Her books talk of much romance which is something that everybody should and deserve to have in thier daily lifes. I've allways wanted to be a writier, but don't think i could ever actually do it, but im glad Nora actually did it and keeps doin it. I wish the best of luck to her and all her readers.
Jenny posts on 11/13/2006 8:24:56 PM Dennie, NR's books set in Ireland -"Born In" Trilogy of Born in Fire, Ice and Shame. Could be I'm wrong but I think Jewels of Sun, Tears of Moon & Heart of Sea was set there too. I don't recall the setting of Enchanted, but I think it was in Ireland too. some great Irish-born characters like the MacGregors, O'Hurley's father and Roarke, in In Death series.
Ethe posts on 11/13/2006 1:27:22 PM It is absolutely, definately never ever Sam-en. 'mh' in Irish is pronounced either 'v' or 'w' since those letters don't (or didn't used to) exist in the Irish alphabet. Depending on where the person is from it would be Sav-en or Sow-en. Northern people generally say 'w' more often.
LB PRice posts on 11/12/2006 7:07:47 PM Hi, I wondered if anyone else caught this. In the glossary in the back of the first book, the pronuniation for "Samhain" is "Sam-en" but I've always known it to be pronounced "Sow-en" Does anyone know where Nora might have gotten the pronunciation she put in the book. A couple of the others were a little different from what I've known, but just a bit, Samhain was way off. It was just suprising because she is usually so accurate with her research.
Ethe posts on 11/7/2006 2:44:11 PM Ireland isn't a great place to set a romance - its too wet.
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