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Black Rose: Book Two of the Garden Trilogy - Community Reviews back

by Nora Roberts
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Kyahgirl
Kyahgirl rated it 10 years ago
I find the Nora Roberts trilogies are predictible, pleasant, and comforting to read when I don't want anything too challenging. This was a good story along those lines.
willaful
willaful rated it 10 years ago
The main characters in this story are mature adults -- late forties -- and Roberts gives them a very mature, adult romance. This is great in principle, but wound up being kind of dull in practice. I didn't care much for the high-class heroine, which didn't help. (And is it some kind of rule that the...
Constantly Moving the Bookmark
Constantly Moving the Bookmark rated it 12 years ago
Enjoyed the continuation to BLUE DAHLIA. Roberts never disappoints for a good story, likable characters and enjoyable dialogue.
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it 12 years ago
I want my own Mitch Carnegie. That being said, you can guess that I loved this second book in the In The Garden trilogy. Roz, the indomitable Rosalind, the 47-year old heroine (Yes, 47 years old, my friends.) totally engaged me. A case could be made that it's because she's very close to my own age...
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