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Book Review: Tribute by Nora Roberts


Working to restore a family farmhouse, former child actress Cilla McGowan remembers her actress grandmother’s fatal overdose years earlier before meeting a handsome neighbor and discovering a cache of letters that suggests her grandmother had been pregnant at the time of her death.

My Thoughts

I was pleasantly enthralled in this book from the moment I read the first chapter. Slow to start but after, I wasn’t able to put it down. I read it so quickly when I had time. Cilla has so many colors and dynamics basing her life on family history. I guess I can relate just a little on that front. I thought Ford was just the right person to get her out of her head and out of pessimism. The vandalism, threats and violence kept me guessing who it could be. Every time an event would happen I kept wanting to know who the hell was doing this. It was driving and kept my mind racing. At the end, I was absolutely shocked at who it was but understood the motive. All in all I was pleased with the story and enjoyed the ending. Nora hits at another romance again. No surprise there.

2 thoughts on “Book Review: Tribute by Nora Roberts”

  1. I actually have never picked up one of her books before but I might have to after reading your review. Well thought out and well written. Thank you.

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