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Born in Fire by Nora Roberts
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bookshelves: all-time-fave, audio
Read in August, 1994

this is the book that got me addicted to Nora. i love the glass blowing background and her terrible background with her mother, and how much of a daddy's girl she is. she's flawed, she's a little bit insane, a lot brilliant and so emotionally scarred that i wanted to root for her from the instant i opened the book.

and i gotta say, Rogan is so the prototype for Roarke in the ID series. lol that makes me love him just a little bit more.

even though this book is from the mid 90's it's somehow not dated. i love everything about this book from the characters to the lovely and amazing setting of ireland.

i can't say enough about this book. i've read it at least seven times and own the audio book. it's just one of my favorite comfort reads and i swear it's the reason why i write snarky characters. it's all Maggie's fault, and i love her for it.
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Nora Roberts
“The tune was sad, as the best of Ireland was, melancholy and lovely as a lover's tears.”
Nora Roberts, Born in Fire


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message 1: by Cari (new)

Cari Quinn Nora is never dated! Great review. :) I still gotta read this one.


Taryn Elliott lol thanks babes. ;) you know i love me some lanora!


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