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ISBN:0373220197
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN13: 978-0373220199
Title: Night Moves
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Language: English
Category: Historical
Publisher: Harlequin (May 1, 1985)

Night Moves by Nora Roberts



Nora Roberts is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 200 novels, including Come Sundown, The Obsession, The Liar, and coming in December 2017, Year One - the first book in The Chronicles of The One. She is also the author of the futuristic suspense In Death series written under the pen name .

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I have read Nora Roberts books before and found them to be OK but this one is terrible. I have never not finished a book that I start and this one was very challenging in my insistence on finishing what I started. I find that difficult to believe as "Night Moves" is a book of one-dimensional stereotypical characters - - the characters and the plot are so cliche that it's actually irritating! The main character & "star" is an extremely wealthy song writer and performer and the daughter of Hollywood elite

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Reviews: 7
Munigrinn
I really wish these books were marketed more clearly as reprints. I do not appreciate buying the same books more than once. Jane
Mr_NiCkNaMe
I have read every Nora Roberts book & found this one not up to par unless you really like sappy romance. The story was lame & did not up to her usual standards. If you are looking for a mystery or intrigue with your romance, pass on this one.
Tojahn
Don't buy this book! I love Nora ?Roberts! I don't love harlequin books. This book swas advertised that it came out in aug2014 but it's a 1985 book. I put 1 star but it deserves 0. I was duped!
Braned
I have read Nora Roberts books before and found them to be OK but this one is terrible. I have never not finished a book that I start and this one was very challenging in my insistence on finishing what I started. 48% of readers gave this book 5 stars. I find that difficult to believe as "Night Moves" is a book of one-dimensional stereotypical characters - - the characters and the plot are so cliche that it's actually irritating!

The main character & "star" is an extremely wealthy song writer and performer and the daughter of Hollywood elite. Her husband dies and she decides to give it all up and settle in a very remote area 3000 miles away from Hollywood where she knows no one to live in a home that is in desperate need of repair. By the way, she also has extraordinary home repair skills - she can wallpaper, refinished hard wood floors, paint, garden, etc. It appears that she only has one friend and that's her manager who periodically checks up on her to find out where she is in song writing assignments. She has absolutely no troubles in adjusting to her new life styles which is an extreme to her former white light life.

Our Jack of all Household trades falls in love (of course after a tense, offensive, confusing meeting) with the local landscaper. The landscaper is also very refined, intelligent, and knows quite a bit about the arts, etc. He is also incredibly handsome! Why this man is still single is a mystery of the ages since he's so wonderful.

Love making is so intense, so incredible that our heroin is able to think about writing music and other life decisions at the same time!

There is a murder mystery here! A human skeleton was found while the garden is being reconfigured. But the mystery is treated by the author almost as an annoying aside.

This book is sophomoric and I think an embarrassment to the author.
net rider
When I read a book, I read it for what it is, and adjust my expectations accordingly. It was fairly obvious that this was a Silhouette reprint. Even if that detail had been absent, it is easy to find out whether or not a book is a reprint. In addition, the clearly stated size of two hundred and twenty pages indicates that this is not one of Nora Roberts' longer, well developed works. It seems a bit harsh for people to give the book low ratings because they didn't pay attention. More and more authors are having their blacklists digitized because readers have indicated that they want them, so neither the author nor the publisher is trying to cheat potential readers.

This is one of Roberts' older series romances and it is an excellent one that has aged very well. The technology is old because of when the book was written, <eye rolling>, so I don't see why some reviewers criticized the book because of it. I don't expect cell phones in a work by Dickens or in any book written prior to their widespread use.

The hero, Cliff, is not perfect but he is still a well written hero. He was written as a bit of a jerk in the very beginning because he stereotyped the heroine, Maggie. As part of the journey from their initial meeting to Cliff's proposal, Maggie's actions and personality changed Cliff's mind about her. He admitted he was wrong and his behaviour changed. I felt this was an important element in the story, as it showed the hero's growth as a person.

Maggie has a lot of backbone. She was quietly assertive and stood up for herself. She was very clear about not owing others explanations about her life and her decisions, if it was none of their business. Cliff did pressure her for sex but he wasn't abusive about it and Maggie was assertive enough to refuse until she was ready.

I don't expect the same type of mystery in a series romance as I do in a much longer book. There simply isn't room to develop it properly. The mystery component of this book was light and I easily guessed who committed the murder, but I still enjoyed it immensely. I don't think the murder was significant as a major element of suspense; it worked more as a vehicle to reflect the qualities of the hero and heroine, to let them learn more about each other and to further the romance.

This was an extremely good series romance that contained elements of a mystery, some conflict, and good characterization. It is the kind of book one picks up for a quick read and to escape into a fantasy life for a few hours. I highly recommend it to readers who like series romances and good writing skills.

It puzzles me as to why anyone would buy a series romance and then complain because it is a series romance. So for those who dislike "cheesy romances", old technology and reprints of a good book, stay away from this one. Leave it for those of us who appreciate the genre.
Ginaun
I'm a huge fan, but this wasn't worth the money. Sneaky of the publisher to mislead readers into believing this was a new book. I feel cheated.
This one was stiff with cut-out characters, seriously dated technology and a rude stud muffin and wimpy (if beautiful and talented) Hollywood royalty. Sigh.
Skiletus
I usually enjoy Nora Roberts' book but I was very disappointed in this one. The premise was great, but the hero/boyfriend's character in the story was really not well fleshed-out at all. I also totally did not care for his chauvinistic, semi-violent personality. That kind of person turns me totally off to a book . . . and in real life! When I finished reading this book last night, I felt that there must be some mistake. That pages and pages of content were missing. They were not. What IS missing is Ms. Roberts' commitment to writing a well-thought out, well fleshed out book with this one! If you want an excellent NR book, read "The Witness" instead!
This is the first Nora Roberts book I didn't like. The reason I didn't like it was that even though the female character said no, the male character still pushed for sex since the female clearly couldn't not want sex. And the female conceding that she didn't have any self control was troublesome. In today's age where we teach date rape is wrong, and no means no - this book takes us a step in the wrong direction.