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Winds of Change: Island of Flowers / Untamed

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From #1 New York Times Bestselling Author NORA ROBERTS come two classics about not letting your best-laid plans get in the way of life or love

Island of Flowers

Laine Simmons has travelled halfway around the world to make amends with her estranged father, not defend herself against his infuriating business partner. Dillon O'Brian seems convinced that Laine is only after her
Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 25th 2014 by Silhouette
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I am a big time Nora fan, and I can personally say this was not one of her greatest hits. Having read so many of her classic's like; Blue Hill, Sweet Revenge, and Public Secrets and reading her short stories like; The MacKade Brothers, Love by Design, and the Stanislaskis series I know the difference and the amount of wonderment she can create in a full story and a short story, and with both Island of Flowers and Untamed she did not deliver.
Reading the synopsis I was really excited I thought to
Jami Dutcher
Island of Flowers was an older book of Nora Roberts and was written in her classis style. Romance was wonderful and read like a traditional romance. They meet, they have misunderstandings and finally get their happy ever after.

Untamed was also an older book of Nora Roberts and was also written in her classic style. This romance touched me because the heroine was pretty much alone in the world. She had her circus family but no-one to call her own. She is strong and independent but is looking for
Dorothy Morawsky
The book was ok. Her more recent books are so much more in depth.
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both were good and i will read again
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