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Preview — Risky Business by Nora Roberts
Risky Business (Language of Love #41)
★★★★✩Well narrated by Gabra Zackman. Difficult to rate this book NR wrote way back in 1986. Twenty-five years ago! Parts of it definitely dipped down to 3 stars, but others were excellent. At certain times the pacing is off. Neat to see the romantic suspense writer she will become, but hard not to compare it to the best of to her current work. I love a good treasure hunt and a diving story, so I’m going with four stars.
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The book is dated, severely dated in fact. The hero is smoking without any comment by anyone around him, he simply goes ahead and not only visits the parents of the heroine without her knowledge, he even takes her ten-year-old daughter alone out to the zoo and buys her stuff. Today this comes over as rather skeevy, just as his comments about said dau ...more
A murder mystery begins almost immediately, so this is a page turner for t ...more
Still, it was a pleasurable, quick, exciting, and intriguing read.
This is a typical Nora Roberts book. A little different in my opinion than her usual stuff, but nevertheless excellent. You have a heroine who became pregnant in college and for reasons explained in the book, she leaves her home and even her country to start a new life with her daughter. She winds up creating a successful business and a comfortable life for her and h ...more
Seit zehn Jahren sind Liz und ihre Tochter auf Cozumel zu Hause. Eine herrliche Trauminsel inmitten der Karibik, Sonne, Beschaulichkeit ! Als Liz mit einem ihrer Boot mit Tourist raus fährt findet sie, den neue Tauchlehrer Jerry tot auf - einen Anker um den Körper geschlungen. Beim ersten Treffen von Jonas Sharpes, Jerrys Bruder kommt zu einer Überraschung. Denn Jonas ist Jerry Zwillingsbruder und ...more
Liz Palmer runs a dive business in the quiet tranquility of a Caribbean island. Tranquil, that is, until a routine trip over the reef reveals the body of her newest employee - diver Jerry Sharpe. But when his brother, Jonas, shows up asking questions, Liz can't see how she can help. She barely knew Jerry. Then someone breaks into Liz's apartment, intent on her murder. Liz realizes that she is already more involved in Jonas' quest to unravel Jerry's murky past than she wanted to be. And now Jonas...more
Not one of her best.
While Jonas and Liz didn't thrill me, I did enjoy the murder mystery. I think it was handled well ...more
Meine Meinung: Dieser Liebesroman ist ein ...more
May 16, 2012
Natalie rated it 5 of 5 stars false · review of another edition
I've read so many Nora Roberts books over the years, I'm really out of compliments on her work. However, I'll give it a shot. *LOL*
This is a typical Nora Roberts book. A little different in my opinion than her usual stuff, but nevertheless excellent. You have a heroine who became pregnant in college and for reasons explained in the book, she leaves her home and even her country to start a new life with her daughter ...more
I liked this story.
Diingetin teman, harusnya nulis review di kolom review. Kalo menurut perasaanku sih, kemarin aku udah nulis dikolom review, ternyata malah di kolom status, heheh.. Jadi malu >,<'!
Setelah insiden si buku pake acara ngumpet entah
dimana, dan baru ketemu beberapa hari lalu, selesai juga aku bacanya..
Baca ulang novel ini, sekali lagi aku dibuat terkagum2 pada keindahan Pulau Cozumel, Meksiko.
Cozumel (dari bahasa Maya yang berarti pulau walet; bahasa Maya m ...more
Ada bagian yang hilang dalam diri Jonas saat Jerry mati dan dia bertekad untuk menemukanny ...more
Liz lives in Mexico and runs a dive shop. She left Texas as a pregnant teenager and her daughter, Faith, lives with Liz's parents during the school year. When Jonas arrives she is shocked, because he is the identical twin of Jerry, who used to work for her and board with her. Jonas assumes Liz has something to do with Je ...more
I recommend this story.
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