KINDLE [Homeport]


  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 484
  • Homeport
  • Nora Roberts
  • English
  • 24 September 2019
  • 9780515124897

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  1. says: Review Homeport KINDLE [Homeport] Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download

    Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts KINDLE [Homeport] This book takes forever to get to the good stuff and once it gets there the stuff is only so so It doesn't help that Ryan

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    Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts KINDLE [Homeport] It's hard to believe this book is 20 years old Sometimes the oldies are the besties There are simply no others who can craft a story like Nora

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    Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download Review Homeport I haven't read a Nora Roberts book that I’ve disliked as much as Homeport Okay that’s not true Daring to Dream was awful too Well as awful as a book by Nora Roberts can be Readers with better taste than me love it but

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    Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts KINDLE [Homeport] Style and LanguageNora Roberts wrote with Homeport an enthralling and very absorbing novel that I count to one of her best works ever Miranda is an expert of art and has the once in a lifetime opportunity to examine a bronze nobody thought would really exist The family´s institute is famous and her mother very demanding when it comes to the

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    Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download KINDLE [Homeport] A suspense by Nora Gotta tell ya not among my favs Although it's Nora so it's still great I stumbled a few times over the characters Miranda is a very complicated woman To the world she is a brilliant ice ueen But Ryan sees through her icy exterior to the troubled warm soulwhen he robs her Yep he's an art thief and a con man His is the character I had problems with He lies to her continuously I hate that His inner dialogue show

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    KINDLE [Homeport] Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download I feel like I need to keep checking the book and the book page to make absolutely sure this was Nora Roberts I've never disliked one of her books as much as I disliked this one The plot itself was intriguing and for the most part done well outside of my major issue with the book I liked the unusual view into the art world and the build up of the central mystery I mostly liked the reveal of who was behind everything I thought I

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    KINDLE [Homeport] I am not a romance fan but loved my first Nora Roberts novel that delved into the mystical Although “Homeport” turned out to be a crime mystery it kept planted in romance and like “The Reef”; demonstrates why I would rather stick to he

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    Review Homeport KINDLE [Homeport] Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts The new year brought with it a dreaded reading slump and even Nora Roberts wasn't much help this time aroundThis is the story of Miranda art expert and part of a prestigious wealthy family with history and Ryan art gallery owner and thief The two meet when Ryan is casing Miranda's family's art institute for his very last job and sp

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    Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download KINDLE [Homeport] 35 starsRyan keeps reminding me of Roarke getting rich with his sticky fingers and with an IrishItalian background Mirand

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    KINDLE [Homeport] Characters × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¸ Nora Roberts Nora Roberts ¸ 0 Free download In the grand Nora read Homeport ranks in at just okay The characters never really popped and I didn't like the romances but I was totally into the art history mystery Mostly this completely pushed past believability No way would rule follower Miranda agree to work with an art thief and omg everything was so incredibly highly illegal but somehow the cops weren't upset at the end? SuuuuuuuuuuuuuureTwo stars because while I

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Homeport

Homeport Review ï 0 Ent in Maine was not a simple mugging and that The Dark Lady may possess as many secrets as its beautiful namesake once did For Miranda forced to rely on herself and a partner who offers her both unnerving suspicion and intoxicating passion the only way home is filled with deception treachery and a danger that threatens them al. I am not a romance fan but loved my first Nora Roberts novel that delved into the mystical Although Homeport turned out to be a crime mystery it kept planted in romance and like The Reef demonstrates why I would rather stick to her ethereal fare You would also think a romance authoress would weave inspiring liaisons I was disgusted in both these 1998 novels that anyone would depict a woman accepting physical or verbal aggression Both of the male characters for whom she hoped readers would cheer had moments of unacceptable temper grasping angrily and threatening violence if the woman didn t comply Neither apologized or improved their character They predictably declared being in love with each story s heroine and she was pleasedAccepting flack from relatives was weak too Well before thirty most youths confront cold hearted Bs You don t loyally work with parents if you have no bond Loving your dependent has nothing to do with blood Ask adopters if they have trouble loving their children I could not respect or buy a parent being unable to love them especially kids who took after their interests and surpassed their expertise professionally and I cannot believe in a thirty year old allowing anyone to order her about It was an interesting touch that a thief introduced a fun gregarious family but being an open thief was sillySecrets connected to the Grandfather could be fantastic if only Nora had made a lovely revelation and reunion of it instead of the weak villainous motive it attempted The same goes with diminishing the exultant discovery of a new Michelangelo creation This in itself would be fascinating The forgery chase should have played second fiddle just as the protagonist s brother shouldn t have had a sex scene Most books should have one narrative for the protagonist

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Homeport Review ï 0 After an assault at her family home in Maine Dr Miranda Jones is determined to put the experience behind her Distraction comes when she is summoned to Italy to verify the authenticity of a Renaissance bronze of a Medici courtesan known as The Dark LadyBut instead of cementing Miranda’s reputation as the leading expert in the. It s hard to believe this book is 20 years old Sometimes the oldies are the besties There are simply no others who can craft a story like Nora Roberts and her older Romantic Suspense titles are simply the best in the genre Homeport draws you in from the first page and holds you through the heroine and hero and how they discover each other and their hidden motives I think Nora has a special love for her scoundrel hero and her repressed heroine I know I doDr Miranda Jones has been out of town on business and is grateful to arrive at her big old cliff top home in Jones Point Maine until she is brutally assaulted and robbed right in her front yard The experience leaves her stunned and shaken When she is summoned by her autocratic mother to the Stanford Jones facility in Florence Italy she is grateful for a project that will put the experience out of her mind for a time anyway and what a project it is She is tasked with the authentication of a Renaissance bronze possibly by the greatest of the old masters What should have made her career and reputation turns into her worst nightmare as doubt about the origin of The Dark Lady swirls and Miranda is sent homeArriving back in Maine she is introduced to the handsome charismatic Ryan Boldari a New York gallery owner with ulterior motives for his trip to the family art institute she and her brother Andrew run Ryan is a seductive thief and when his plans are crashed he wants a pound of flesh from Miranda They form an uneasy partnership to get the object Ryan wants and to salvage Miranda s reputation Win Win With passion intrigue vengeance and dead bodies in the world of art Miranda and Ryan must outwit a forger and find the real Dark Lady

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Homeport Review ï 0 Field the job nearly destroys it when her professional judgment is called into uestion Emotionally estranged from her mother with a brother immersed in his own troubles Miranda has no one to turn toexcept Ryan Boldari a seductive art thief whose own agenda forces them into a reluctant allianceNow it becomes clear that the incid. I feel like I need to keep checking the book and the book page to make absolutely sure this was Nora Roberts I ve never disliked one of her books as much as I disliked this one The plot itself was intriguing and for the most part done well outside of my major issue with the book I liked the unusual view into the art world and the build up of the central mystery I mostly liked the reveal of who was behind everything I thought I had the situation pegged after a somewhat out of left field revelation but there was yet another change up that kept it somewhat surprising However there was a part of it that is so skeevy and the real weight of what it meant seemed to not register with the characters at all Really no one else had a reaction to that What is going on I was cringing and screeching a little and I m seeing no mentions in other reviews Really In the end it was the execution of the characters that made this book painful for me and ultimately ruined the storyThe worst of them was Ryan Boldari I m sure the thief with a heart of gold has been done and done well but here it wasn t He was insufferably arrogant selfish and mentally unbalanced From thinking his profession was perfectly fine because it was a god given talent an insipid notion supported by his entire family who I think was actually a breeding ground for mental instability to him truly believing what he stole belonged to him He acted like there was a warranty of merchantability on the items he stole and that Miranda owed him because he didn t take what he thought he did If it weren t for his love of his family I would have thought he was a sociopath I m still not entirely convinced he knows how to love anything but himself Then for the first time in any romance novel I ve ever read he sleeps with her after she gets so plastered that nothing she said sounded like it was coming from her And in the morning he lets her apologize and says he s glad she s not silly enough to blame him for taking advantage Uh excuse me she was drunk you were not and you kept pointing that and the fact she wasn t acting anything like herself out That would be taking advantage man And I m supposed to buy this guy as a romantic Hero Even when it came to him falling for Miranda he continued to maintain he was going to steal from her and that he d rather steal from and betray her than love her It ruins the effect But he s supposed to be so charming that none of this matters Yeah that doesn t work for meMiranda Jones was an idiot Her intelligence was pretty much limited to her doctorate field She had to be lead by the hand the entire time and never put anything together herself She was given countless information clues and too many coincidences to be believed and not once did she put anything together herself One of the men around her had to do it She was getting threatening letters the entire book and never thought it was a relevant enough fact to mention to anyone She had enough information on Ryan in the beginning to ruin him and yet she kept letting him outsmart her at every turn with no response She went along with his insanity and let him keep raving like a lunatic at her One second she d be ranting about getting justice for the murdered characters then flipping out because someone would have to go to jail for it For all her ethics and upstanding morals she still put aside what Ryan does and did to her when he was lavishing her with attention Even though he was incredibly condescending rude dismissive calculating etc while doing so She would show flashes of backbone and then it d be gone just as uickly and she d fall all over him While I wanted to feel bad for her due to her family and I did understand why she was desperate for love I just didn t care about them getting together or being together I didn t like or respect what they thought they hadAnnie needed to get over it It happened fifteen years ago let it freaking go I started skimming any scenes with her because it was the same thing over and over What she did at seventeen doesn t relate to anything that s happening in the present yet she was always comparing I just wanted her to shut up Andrew was the only character I liked He was the most sympathetic of the bunch He was the sweetest brother I did like the brothersister relationship he and Miranda had going and didn t act like a complete moron except when it came to his addiction It s too bad he was stuck with a bunch of twitch inducing women his mother his sister his love interest and his ex wife Though after what s revealed in the end I wanted to give him a bottle of Jack and tell him to have fun Unfortunately this wasn t really his story So we didn t get a good deal of him though than could be expected The rest of the Jones family their mother Elizabeth their father and Andrew s ex wife Elise rounded out the character face palming The rest of the secondary characters were too far in the background to make much of a differenceIt really is too bad that what could have been a great story was marred by such awful characters