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Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts
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Jul 31, 2010

it was amazing

This book was really good, yet another Nora Roberts masterpiece.

The second book in the Bride Quartet, it revolves around the life of Emma. Along with being very kind and compassionate, Emma is the group flower organizer. As the town social butterfly, she always sets up her friends and family with relationship partners in which ofen work out succesfully, sometimes leading to marriage. Although she loves doing this, she begins to wonder why she can't find her own soul mate when she has such talents.

Emma finds herself drawn to Jack, one of her closest friends. She tries to resist the tempation because she believes he is Mac's ex-boyfriend and in her mind she could never betray a friend. But after a steamy encounter on the stairs and on the road, she doesn't know what to believe anymore. Things majorly change when she finds out he isn't Mac's ex-boyfriend and she finds he is attracted to her also. She finds herself head over heels in love with him, but is afraid he won't love her as much as she loves him. Will Emma get her heart broken?

With lovable characters, fun situations, amazing sensory details and many emotions Nora Roberts continues to shine. I definitely would reccomend this book to hopeless romantics and readers alike.
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