Stars (Stars of Mithra #1-2)
She couldn't remember a thing, not even who she was. But it was clear Bailey James was in trouble. Big trouble. And she desperately needed private eye Cade Parris to help her find out just what kind. Surely she wasn't a criminal�but then what on earth was she doing with a bag full of cash and a stunning bl...more
The Stars of Mithra trilogy are stories of romantic suspense, following three friends, each entrusted with one of the three priceless blue diamonds that form the Stars of Mithra, and their individual efforts to protect the diamonds from those seeking to use their legendary power for evil. Dun dun dun!
Hidden Star was an OK read, probably around 3 stars. This featured the story of Bailey James,...more
Stars was an interesting read. A good suspense, great romances and characters too fall in love with.
Hidden Star-Part one: Cade Parris takes one look at the beautiful blond that walks into his office, and falls in love .Unfortunately the stunning woman is there to hire the handsome private investigator to find a missing person, and that is herself.
Bailey James does not even know her name,nor does she know why she is carrying a bag filled with more than a million dollars in cash, a pistol, and a p...more
Book 1, Hidden Star: Bailey James wakes up in a hotel room and has no clue as to who she is, what'...more
There are 3 enormous blue stars that someone is wililng to kill for to get his hands on. In Hidden Star Bailey James sends two of the three to her good friends thinking to keep them safe. Unfortunately, after witnessing a horrific event, she has amnesia. She turns to P.I. Cade Parris to help uncover who she is and what she is doing with a million dollars and a big blue diamond. The story continues in...more
Yes, Nora Roberts is a great writer, but the first story was written 13 years after the second story in this book, and BOY had her writing ever improved during that period.
The second book is cheesy and superficial. Well, more so than most of her romances.
Yeah, I know a lot of romances are cheesy and superficial (not to mention formulaic) but normally, Nora rises above all that to write something that is truly touching and cool.
Total fantasy - everyone is wealthy, people fall in love in a day, giant blue diamonds, bad guys, that sort of thing. Fun, fast read and if you like romance novels or Nora Roberts it should be right up your alley. I...more
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