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review 2019-10-15 03:22
Born in Death
Born in Death (In Death, #23) - J.D. Robb

Reading about Eve and Roarke's discomfort over being Mavis' birthing coaches was the high point of the book. Especially seeing the normally unflappable Roarke well and truly...flapped. ;) There were also a couple of nice, subtle moments between Eve and Summerset that just proves they don't hate each other nearly as much as they act like they do.


And, I'll be damned if I didn't tear up there at the end.

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review 2019-09-01 02:16
Strangers in Death - J.D. Robb
Eve Dallas-Roarke series is a comfort read for me.  I love them.  This time Eve is on a murder where the man killed does not have the reputation for the way he died.  It's also the first time that a movie is used in the series as the inspiration for the plot.  I won't say which movie.  Read the book.
I love the family that Eve and Roarke have gathered around them.  It will now be growing and what is Eve going to do about it.  She will be learning new traditions that families use.  I cannot wait to see how she handles it.
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review 2019-07-23 00:43
Creation in Death - J.D. Robb
An old case comes back to haunt Eve and Feeney.  Now they must get him before Eve is the victim.  It seems the serial killer is after Roarke and his people.  This time the killer leaves clues that they can follow.  They have their plan and it fails.
I love Eve and Roarke.  I like the family that's been grown around them with friends and co-workers.  When Feeney feels left out, Eve and he get into it and Eve feels bad which she never would have before Roarke.  I like the interactions between personal and professional lives.  This is comfort reading for me.
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review 2019-04-21 13:22
Innocent in Death - J.D. Robb
An old flame of Roarke's comes into town looking to rekindle the flame.  This causes problems between Eve and Roarke.  Her head says one thing but her heart says something else.  Eve now has to deal with jealousy.  Roarke does not understand why she feels the old flame is a problem and does not ease Eve's jealousy.  Meanwhile Eve has another murder to deal with.
I liked it.  Eve is so human in this book.  She's not happy with being so human.  She's a cop.  She does not feel jealousy.  She is also shutting out her "family" during this time.  For once she and Summerset are on the same side.  I figured out the who but not the why.  A good book!
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review 2019-03-07 02:11
Origin in Death
Origin in Death (In Death, #21) - J.D. Robb

This isn't going to be a proper review, because I find it hard to write reviews once you get more than an handful of books into a long running series.


This one is #21.


I will say that the storyline in this one creeped me out big time. What was truly going on beneath the surface was truly horrific. And for a series that hasn't shied away from the horrors humans can inflict on one another, that's really saying something.


Ohhhhh, but was it ever so good.

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