The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy Nora Roberts

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I’ve just recently finished this series of Nora Roberts books and as always loved them all.  Love, mystery and lots of humor in all three make them a treasure!

I’ve also in the last few months read and love Karen Whites, “The Girl on Legare Street”, “House on Tradd Street”, and “The Strangers on Montague Street”.  Just recently a fourth book in the series has come out called “Return to Tradd Street” but I haven’t started it yet because I’m two-thirds into “The Atlantis Gene” and three-quarters into another Nora Roberts goody called “The Dark Witch”.



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Our bookclub is reading “The Mermaid Chair” and I’ve got to get started on it as well.  The Atlantis Gene and Dark Witch are the last two the bookclub read.  As usual, I’m so behind that eventually I’ll catch up to myself 😉 !  All of these books are good reads but my problem is finding time to read and if I read at night I get through a few pages and fall asleep!

It seems the only time I really get to read a lot is when I go to my deer stand and take the books with me.  I can read a whole book in a couple days in that quiet, serene setting and not fall asleep and get to watch wildlife at the same time.

3 thoughts on “The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy Nora Roberts

  1. countrygirllifeonthefarm Post author

    Thank you for following the blog. I’m in love with anything old and think I may have been born in the wrong century. I have a great passion for doing things the old way and for reading. Enjoy the blog and good luck with the house purchase!!


  2. bobraxton

    How is it that I have missed the mechanism for “comment” until reading this far down.
    The “mansion” photographs bring nostalgic memories to me — it is enough like the place where my maternal grandfather’s parents and forebears lived. The house / place still stands. The rock chimney is supposed to date back to Civil War, which isn’t all that far back. I am 69. We are considering the purchase of a different house (vacation) built in 1910 near the Chesapeake Bay shore.


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