Reunion: Once More With Feeling / Treasures Lost, Treasures Found
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Reunion: Once More With Feeling / Treasures Lost, Treasures Found

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  1,277 ratings  ·  23 reviews
Reunion contains ONCE MORE WITH FEELING and TREASURES LOST, TREASURES FOUND where love the second time around is the greatest treasure of all.
Paperback, 507 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Silhouette Books
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Once More with Feeling:
Two hundred and fifty pages of domestic abuse, basically. If I could reach into a book and stab a character in the face, I would stab Brandon Carstairs.

Over and over and over again, he grabs Raven roughly and refuses to let go even when she tries to run away, he kisses her to shut her up because he doesn't care about her consent, he gets up in the middle of the night and starts having sex with her, barely even waking her up first, "allowing no time for surprise, protest, o...more
Julie Barrett

Reunion by Nora Roberts
Two book by the same author:
Once More With Feeling
Raven Williams, tanned gold from the CA sun she is a musician and has the chance to work with an old boyfriend who is to produce a show.
Brandon, she's not seen him in years and she remembers the heartache when they had broken up.
She's not sure she can do the show and put their old relationship in the past.
She also has other responsibilities and she has a lot to juggle to do it all.
Treasures Lost, Treasures Found
Her father...more
Dec 30, 2007 Adam rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: A feminist in search of blinding rage.
Nora Roberts taught me a lot about relationships that I didn't know before. Mostly, she taught me that sexual assault is the gateway to a healthy relationship, which I didn't fully appreciate before. So that's what I learned from this book. "Seriously" though, this is actually a "collection" of 2 previously published Nora Roberts' "novels," both of which focus on the theme of "reunion." After a break-up and a long period apart, two couples reunite for highly unlikely "professional" reasons and f...more
Both books are about relationships from the past connecting again in the present. The first book, Once More With Feelings, was a four-star effort from the 1980's. A most enjoyable read. The second, Treasures Lost, Treasures Found, did not quite gel for me, so I give it two stars. Being a scuba diver myself, the underwater part of the story did not come alive. I felt there wasn't enough about the poor visibility in the water around Ocracoke Island, the odd old-English accent of the natives, and t...more
Oct 22, 2008 Cyrisse rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: romance readers
Recommended to Cyrisse by: n/a
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Once More with Feelings

It had been more than five years since Raven Williams had laid eyes on Brandon Carstairs, the man who'd stolen her heart. Now he offered her the opportunity of a lifetime - to work with him on his latest venture. And despite the painful ache he brought to life, Raven found herself powerless to say no...

Treasure Lost, Treasure Found

She was haunted by the unfulfilled dream... and the memory of the man who'd first awakened her heart. But to realize her dream, Kate Hardesty ne...more
Both stories were well written and fun to read.
I really enjoyed both of the stories in this 2-in-1 novel. I loved the characters in both stories and I loved how I couldn't guess the ending in "Treasures Lost, Treasures Found". I didn't know what was going to happen until the very last few pages. They were quick, easy, fun reads. I'm definitely going to read more of Nora Roberts.
I like the first story in this book better than the second. Once More with Feeling is a shorter story that is different than other Nora Roberts novels. I thought there was too much similarity between Treasures Lost, Treasures Found and The Reef.
This is the kind of book I pick up when I've got a lot on my mind but still need to pretend to read something for the sake of reading. I probably shouldn't even bother rating these.
It has been awhile since I have read some of her books. I used to read them as soon as they came out. Then came some I didn't really like so haven't read much lately
I always love it when you read a story about the one that got away and then they are reunited. This book had two of those type of stories.
I had nothing new to read so I picked it up at Wal-mart and finished it in a few days. Predictable but decent.
This was a two-fer book. They were ok, super predictable, but a good, light read.
Mary S
once more with feeling-2 stars
treasures lost, treasures found-2 stars
I especially love the second story since the setting is in Ocracoke.
Typical Nora Roberts - quick read, decent story/characters.
yeah, I know. Romance. I don't care, I was on vacation :)
Wonderful love story. Not cheesy, just beautiful!
I love Nora Robert's :)
eh.. curbed my boredom
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Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her...more
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