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Montana Sky by Nora Roberts
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Read from June 02 to 10, 2010

whatever happened to strong female characters who didn't need a man in their life? it seemed as though the men had no flaws, and all they did was point out to the women that the women had flaws and the women fell in love with them anyway. and a woman who just came out of an abusive marriage meets and marries someone else in less than 9 months? i feel like the characters started out strong in the beginning but then instead of growing, they declined. and i don't like it when authors bounce from point-of-view to point-of-view with each paragraph; from Willa's thoughts to Ben's thoughts to Tess's thoughts, etc. i'm not one to usually bash romance; i do read and enjoy it quite often. but this book really bothered me.
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message 1: by Ezzy (new)

Ezzy Wow. Nora Roberts, huh? I'm pleasantly surprised : D Can't wait to hear what you think. I haven't read any of her books, yet.


Katie Ezzy wrote: "Wow. Nora Roberts, huh? I'm pleasantly surprised : D Can't wait to hear what you think. I haven't read any of her books, yet."

yeah, well, i needed a fluff piece after "Helen of Troy"... ;) plus it was recommended to me by a friend. it's not bad, so far! :)


message 3: by Ezzy (new)

Ezzy Can't wait to get your overall impression. I tried reading a short by her a while ago and had trouble getting into it. If you recommend, I'll give her another whirl.


message 4: by Emily (new)

Emily well said from one strong female character to another...


message 5: by Ezzy (new)

Ezzy That's too bad, Katie. I'm all for books with strong female leads that have some kind of romantic element, but having the male be the end-all, be-all, not so much. : (


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