There Is A New Nora Roberts Book

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Nora Roberts has written over 200 romance novels; very impressive, considering that the quality of her work has not taken a hit over the years.

Thirty-five years after she entered public consciousness with her hit “Irish Thoroughbred,” she’s back at it with “The Obsession,” which came out on Tuesday, April 12.

Like the rest of her oeuvre, “The Obsession” has gotten great reviews. It already has 72 reviewers on Amazon, which has resulted in an aggregate 4.8 out of 5 star rating.

If you like Nora Roberts, you’re guaranteed to like this book. And who doesn’t like Nora Roberts?

Here’s the synopsis:

She stood in the deep, dark woods, breath shallow and cold prickling over her skin despite the hot, heavy air. She took a step back, then two, as the urge to run fell over her.

“Naomi Bowes lost her innocence the night she followed her father into the woods. In freeing the girl trapped in the root cellar, Naomi revealed the horrible extent of her father’s crimes and made him infamous. No matter how close she gets to happiness, she can’t outrun the sins of Thomas David Bowes.

“Now a successful photographer living under the name Naomi Carson, she has found a place that calls to her, a rambling old house in need of repair, thousands of miles away from everything she’s ever known. Naomi wants to embrace the solitude, but the kindly residents of Sunrise Cove keep forcing her to open up—especially the determined Xander Keaton.

“Naomi can feel her defenses failing, and knows that the connection her new life offers is something she’s always secretly craved. But the sins of her father can become an obsession, and, as she’s learned time and again, her past is never more than a nightmare away.”

“The Obsession” is available now for $16.80 Hardcover/$18.88 Paperback

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