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Nora Roberts ist eine US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Sie gilt als eine der erfolgreichsten Romance-Autorinnen der Welt. erschien mit Rote Rosen für Delia ihr erster Gesellschaftsroman, mittlerweile zählt sie weltweit zu den meistgelesenen. Auch die Roman-Filme Nora Roberts sind sicher nicht bei allen gleich beliebt. Ein Vergleich zwischen Buch und Film ist immer schwer, da die Geschichte. Nora Roberts – Community. Richard Krüger (geb. ) am Immer die selben stockholmboulefestival.se kommt endlich der Film Heimkehr in den Tod. Die Filme wurden ab dem Juli im Wochenrhythmus jeweils zur Hauptsendezeit in der ARD ausgestrahlt, beginnend mit Nora Roberts – Der Weite. Film- & Serienedition Nora Roberts Collection: Der weite Himmel-​Verschlungene Wege-Tödliche Flammen-Lilien im Sommerwind Nora Roberts DVD Set, deutsch - Ein Haus zum Träumen + Im Licht des.

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My poor little head hurts. So many southern-fried characters — it was a trial to keep track of who belonged to which family. I didn't laugh once, and rarely smiled.

I like to laugh. I like heartwarming romances with a dangerous, suspen Narrator was good, but I didn't care for it.

I like heartwarming romances with a dangerous, suspenseful edge and witty dialogue. Well, I did chuckle when someone fell into an open grave, but that scene wasn't meant to be funny.

Except for watching young Cy overcome his fears and find refuge in Tucker, there wasn't much to lighten the heart. Just basically a depressing read with a predictable plot and a "let's-wrap-it-up-quick" ending.

A downer with a morbid tone: I did like the lead characters, Tucker and Caroline, but the book is not uplifting or amusing.

Too many sluts screwing everything in sight, married or single — I'm talking about Josie, especially, but also Eddy-Lou and Darlene.

Raging alcoholism. Wife abuse Vernon and Austin. Two crazed Bible-thumping psychos. A race-hating scene straight out of the KKK.

Mutulation, madness, murder. Blood sucking and biting. Also, far too much religious profanity -- it's on every other page. Even the ending is dismal.

By the denouement of the killer, this hokey hamlet has been condemned to a miserable future, full of hatred, hurt, and so much guilt.

Caroline should have told Tucker what really happened, and should have explained the past history.

As things were left at the end, view spoiler [ he will probably be afraid to have kids of his own, lest they become insane.

And nobody will ever trust a Longstreet again. It seemed that every man in the book smoked Chesterfield.

Nature versus nurture? In this case, it all came down to nature. So what does that portend for Cy?

A more credible love affair? Caroline and her new puppy, Useless. Loved that name — a play on words with Ulysses.

A far better book is this author's more recent publication, The Witness , narrated superbly by Julia Whelan. There were some similarities between Caroline's coldly controlling mother in this book and Abigail's horrible mother, Dr.

Susan Fitch, in that book. View all 4 comments. Mar 09, Anita rated it it was amazing Shelves: romantic-supense , kindle-own.

She paints vivid pictures of both Tucker and Caroline from the very beginning of the book and continues to develop them through out.

I loved how Tucker and Caroline seemed to bring out the best and worst in each other. Since this book was published over two decades ago, there are a lot of cultural references that are dated and cell phones just didn't exist then.

Just ignore them and enjoy a fantastic, vintage Nora Roberts book. Caroline is in Innocence, MS taking a much needed break from her life.

Her grandmother recently passed away and left her the farmstead, a place Caroline always considered home.

With her career as a the leading concert violist, she sorely needs the peace and sense of place she remembers from her childhood visits.

Shortly after she moves in she finds a murdered woman. She also finds herself drawn to the town bad boy, Tucker Longstreet.

Tucker is infamous for his good ole' playboy ways, but there was something about him that makes him a cut above the rest.

He has never lied to his women and when Edda Lou accuses him of making marriage promises, then claims he got her pregnant, Tucker is not about to go merrily down the aisle.

When Edda Lou turns up dead, her father takes a dive off the deep end and goes after Tucker. There are several plots and subplots swirling around the small southern town of Innocence where gossip is the primary form of communication and it is hot and sticky.

The mystery surrounding the killings in Innocence, with Tucker being a prime suspect, is a good backdrop to intensify the emotions these Caroline and Tucker have for each other.

View all 3 comments. This was a three and a half star southern mystery that was punched up to a four star by Tom Stechshulte's narration.

Nora did a wonderful job making the foliage and surroundings so real that I felt like I was there along with the characters.

The murder mystery was a pretty good Southern drama with original characters mixed with some romance and a bit of comic relief.

Innocence is a small town and the most prominent and success family is the Longstreet siblings. Tucker Longstreet is the hero and one who loves a good nap and when the mood strikes willing woman with no relationship complications.

He is in charge of the many businesses his family has interest in. He is one very laid back type and one who takes life as it comes.

He is not one to get worked up for many things unless it is needed or pushed to it and many underestimate him. His last woman has just c Innocence is a small town and the most prominent and success family is the Longstreet siblings.

His last woman has just confronted him. She is upset that he let her loose but has been telling her friends that marriage will happen so she argues with him and claims she is pregnant in a front of many in the town at a bar in order to save face and force his hand.

Dumbstruck, he is very confused about what to do with her claim and if it is true. Caroline Waverly, the heroine, is a concert violinist and coming to live for a time in her deceased Grandparents home left to her.

She has suffered a breakdown from stress and exhaustion. She also discovered her fiance cheating and has broken off her engagement as well as several concerts she was touring for.

She has always been under the thumb of her mother who is all about status and doesn't acknowledge her roots. Caroline has always done what she was told and now that has come at the price of her health.

She is back in the small hometown of her mother to recuperate and find herself and what she wants instead of the life planned out for her.

Tucker and Caroline first meeting doesn't go well and even though Tucker is attracted to her and she him, Caroline refuses to consider someone who she feels is like her ex.

Tucker then has a huge issue when the woman who claims she is pregnant by him turns up dead and Caroline is the one who discovers the body at the spot they first met and on her property.

The thing is she isn't the first woman to turn up dead and all of them have the same crime earmarks. While the town is turned upside down due to the murders and suspicion is on many, it will be a case that ends up revealing a lot of secrets along the way as well as too.

I enjoyed this book but I didn't love it. I wasn't a big fan of Caroline and I had issues with Tucker at times too.

The case was interesting though and I was surprised by what came out and who did it. This was one that had lots of characters and could throw you off if not paying attention to who is who.

I got the audio of this and the narration was excellent. He was good at the making the characters sound distinctive as well as the emotion that is needed.

This is set in the early 90s and in the South so it contains some racism including the use of some racial slurs by some characters but it fit for the type of people they were as well as no cell phones and things like that.

It to me fit the time, the small mindset of some people, and the small town mentality that can happen too. I think overall it could have been more of a 4 but some things felt unfinished for me and because I wasn't as into the main characters it fell a little short for me in that area even as I enjoyed how the story unfolded and getting to know the characters too.

It also picked up speed as it went also which helped it too. But a decent read over all. Well done romantic mystery suspense.

I was engaged all the way through. Wonderful character creation. Wonderful dialogue. Various conflicts are well done.

An example of fun dialogue: Tucker is this slow talking rich southern man who sleeps with a lot of women. Heroine is not interested.

He makes a seductive comment to her. Tom Stechschulte this audiobook narrator did a wonderful southern accent.

And he was soooo sexy as Tucker. And he did women well - no effeminate gay guy sounds. He did so many different voices well.

DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person. Unabridged audiobook length: 17 hrs and 55 mins pages. Swearing language: strong including religious swear words, but not often used.

Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: about 9, but most were vaguely referred to with no details.

Setting: around small town Innocence, Mississippi. Book copyright: Genre: romantic mystery suspense. Apr 18, ShoSho rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , x , elib , nora.

A great old book that's not dated at all! Loved the mystery and all the details that went on, it was a really long book.

I had guessed the killer correctly so I'm proud of myself! Feb 03, Dina rated it liked it Shelves: to-blog , romantic-suspense.

Tucker and Caroline, according to Lifetime Television: Me likey! View 2 comments. Giving up on my library copy, I was delighted when my friend offered to loan me a copy.

I totally fell into the story and in love with Tucker. There are a number of suspense plots probably too many for my taste if I had been reading that, when added to some well written characters, make this unabridged audio version into pure entertainment.

Although released in both CD and cassette tape formats in , it can be difficult to find affordably.

But the narration by Stechschulte and the hero Tucker made this one 5 stars regardless of the violence. When our Audiobook group was discussing the great narration of the audible version I thought I would check it out.

I really did enjoy this new to me narrator, and he brought the rating up a bit. I liked the way Nora Roberts lays the ground work for her stories.

With her descriptions of the town, the people, the main characters and the tidbits of history, I had a crystal cl 3. With her descriptions of the town, the people, the main characters and the tidbits of history, I had a crystal clear impression of the world this story took place in.

Overall, I enjoyed the mystery and the characters. Duncan, too has a family, of the heart, if not by blood.

His best friend is black, but you don't see Roberts making a big hoo-haa about it. She mentions the info, and then drops it; even though Duncan is an integral member of Phin's all-black family, you still think of it as natural-- no trumpets about race, and racial integrity are blown to show off the author's all-inclusiveness.

I heart Nora. All in all, High Noon is a fast-paced, satisfying read for anyone who's looking for an action-packed family drama with a suspense element.

This book was a great start to Nora Week, and I'm looking forward to rediscovering other old favourites View all 18 comments.

Exciting, gripping and brilliantly narrated by Susan Erikson! The plot had me on the edge of my seat nearly the entire time.

Phoebe McNamara is a hostage negotiator for the Savannah police department. At the scene of an attempted suicide she meets Duncan Swift, former employer of the distraught man who is a jump away from committing suicide.

Duncan is drawn to this strong confident woman, and she is taken by his charming per 5 Stars! Duncan is drawn to this strong confident woman, and she is taken by his charming personality.

I loved them as individuals and adored them as a couple. Phoebe is viciously attacked and seeks aid and comfort from Duncan. This is what I loved about him.

He hovered in the background, but never overstepped his bounds and let Phoebe take the lead. He was there to support her, but never doubted in her or her ability to do her job.

It was a pleasant change from the way these issues play out in this type of read. Phoebe was the star of this show!

The plot intensifies as Phoebe and her family becomes the target of a madman hell bent on seeking revenge…but who, what and why is the mystery…and at times it was vicious and brutal!

Chocked full of action, with a dramatic ending, a sweet, spicy romance, the book was almost perfect…ALMOST, but not quite.

Susan Erikson I want to bring you home with me, sit you in a comfy chair and let you read all my books to me!!!

Your lovely voice characterized each individual perfectly. The inflection was never overdone, soft, harsh, excited, sexy, sweet, scared, tense…just flawless!

View all 17 comments. Jun 07, Ann Lou rated it really liked it. It's true. Another Eve and Roarke feel. But in this one, Phoebe h is a hostage negotiator and has a seven year old daughter.

Duncan H is a businessman. He was a goner the minute he saw her. I love it. And the hostage negotiating is downright scary.

Audiobook narrator was terrible. Story, characters, and chemistry were weak. That is how the narrator interpreted most characters.

The second most common interpretation was SMUG. Others: sarcastic, slick, arrogant. There was no warmth, vulnerability, sensitivity.

My favorite narrator Frank Muller reads with a s Audiobook narrator was terrible. My favorite narrator Frank Muller reads with a sense of wonder.

This narrator does not. A different narrator could have made Phoebe likeable. Another character: Someone gives a mother flowers.

The mother was pleased, but she used an impatient and ordering voice telling her daughter to go get a vase. There were a couple conversations where I did not know who was speaking.

The author did not use he said, she said, which is ok, but the narrator should have used different voices.

The story is mostly mystery suspense. I was bored. The plot had bad guys attacking Phoebe and her loved ones. Nothing stood out as special for me.

Things were started about Essie and Ava, but not developed or finished. I would have liked more about them. I suppose readers who want to read about hostage negotiating might find this more interesting.

There are a few scenes with Phoebe doing that. Although I was bored during one long scene where Phoebe repeats everything the hostage taker says.

There is one scene with a beating and partial rape. DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person. Unabridged audiobook length: 16 hrs and 34 mins. Swearing language: strong including religious swear words.

Sexual language: none other than the f-word used negatively. Number of sex scenes: 5 scenes briefly referred to no details, plus a few references to sex acts, plus 1 partial rape scene.

Setting: current day Savannah, Georgia. Book copyright: Genre: mystery suspense with romance. View all 10 comments. Jan 15, Duchess Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: dead-tree-books , genre-romantic-suspense , z-audiobooks , library , read-in This is not my favorite Nora, but still good.

I tend to rate her against herself anyways. I think the tough woman cop thing is a little overplayed. I really enjoy when she writes a heroine who is a bit softer, and Phoebe is definitely not that.

I thought that Duncan, Phoebe's love interest, was sort of blah. I just never fell in love with him. As always, there is a secondary love story going on between Ava and Phoebe's stand in Daddy and boss.

But I was very frustrated to realize at the end of t This is not my favorite Nora, but still good.

But I was very frustrated to realize at the end of the book that there was no resolution. She didn't even allude to a happy ending for these two.

Seriously, it's like she just forgot that these characters had their own little story going on. I suppose that sounds all bad, but the book was still enjoyable.

I like that Phoebe was a mother and that her daughter was priority 1 in her life. She's had a tough life and overcome a lot to be a strong willed woman, taking on the world and all of it's evil people.

View 2 comments. This book was published in and I read it around its original publication.

I've re-read it in It reads current yet and although there were somethings I remembered, it's been long enough that it didn't feel overly familiar.

I have to say I'm much more a fan of her stand alone books versus her series. For the most part I liked the characters and the plot.

The police negotiator role and the reason that Phoebe became one was well done. There's a little too much of NR' 3.

There's a little too much of NR's usual waxing poetic of Duncan's business plans which didn't add to the plot.

It seems like this is a recurring theme. What the? If this is the "great" Nora Roberts, I'm awfully disappointed.

This story is a compendium of cliches, one after another after another after another Jul 30, Cheri rated it really liked it. Started out quite slow in the 1st half but got much better.

The 2nd half has all the action in it. I give it 3. Feb 16, Carla Johnson-Hicks rated it really liked it Shelves: adult-fiction , own , thriller-suspense , romance , mystery.

This Nora Roberts standalone novel starts off with a bang. Phoebe McNamara is the top hostage negotiator for the Savannah Police Department and she is called in to talk down a man threatening suicide.

She heads out on the ledge with him and is able to get him to put down the gun and come inside. This is just part of the job for Phoebe as she has worked suicides, kidnappings, hostage situations and robberies gone wrong with very few fatalities.

The man who is talking to "suicide Joe" when she arr This Nora Roberts standalone novel starts off with a bang.

The man who is talking to "suicide Joe" when she arrives is Duncan Swift who recently won several millions in a lottery. He falls for Phoebe and will not give up until she agrees to go out with him.

Phoebe is not looking for a relationship as she is a single mother to a 7 year old daughter and she is the breadwinner and caretaker for her agorophobic mother.

Unfortunately for Phoebe, something is happening and she does not know what. Someone is stalking and tormenting her.

She is also dealing with a suspended police officer who hates her and when she is attacked in the stairwell of her own police building he is fired and only given community service.

As the violence escalates, she fears for her family and the man she is falling in love with, Duncan Swift. Nora Roberts never fails to deliver action, suspense, intrigue, chemistry, and romance.

The plot development and action were well written. The suspense kept building and building as the stalker grew more violent and brash.

I was never sure who the stalker was and neither was Phoebe until just before the final showdown hence the title, High Noon.

The family dynamics and history added another interesting storyline which added another dimension to the characters.

The chemistry between Phoebe and Duncan was believable even if it did happen very fast. He was a great character, honest, loyal, loving and putting Phoebe's family right up there with her.

He was the prince on the white steed, but not mushy or unbelievable. My only complaint was the abrupt ending. I would have loved an epilogue of what happened after that final scene where the showdown takes place.

I assume they got married, but would love to have had something end the story a little less abruptly.

A great romantic suspense novel for anyone who likes reading this genre. Aug 03, Cyndi rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own.

Romantic suspense!! So good!! You might think it's a bit like an In Death book, but you'd be a bit wrong, even though she is a cop and he is handsome and rich.

Duncan is not Roarke, but he is still a good character and not quite as alpha. Love me some Nora!! Aug 21, Eviltwinjen rated it liked it Recommends it for: Romance fans, suspense fans, people who wonder if romance novels can be feminist.

Shelves: romance. I'm a total sucker for Nora Roberts, and as long as she's not recycling characters too obviously I have few complaints.

Say what you will about Roberts and her incredibly prolific career, she's an effective writer.

I laughed, I cried, I was concerned about whether some characters would make it out alive. So the hero is just a bit too good to be true--an emotionaly open, handsome, loyal lottery winner, fer chrissakes--the heroine is a hostage negotiator who's truly ballbusting.

The opening, which I'm a total sucker for Nora Roberts, and as long as she's not recycling characters too obviously I have few complaints.

The opening, which plunks you and her right into a negotiation with a potential suicide, is corking good. The relationship progresses realistically, and the suspense plot conveniently provides enough distraction to prevent our lovers from fully committing to one another long enough to have a book and not so long that we lose respect for them thank God, no "big misunderstanding".

In romance, the setting is a big part of the hook. All romance plots and characters are essentially cast from the same set of molds, so the trappings are a big part of what makes a new romance interesting to fans.

In this case, Roberts has lifted her setting and even some incidental characters right out of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

I love to hear about quirky Savannahians, and she makes it work--Roberts always writes characters who are just plain good people, but not boringly good, people you would be happy to know exist.

There's even a fabulous drag queen, who seems to appear just so Roberts can remind us that GLBT folks are our friends. Hey, I'm all for that.

I could have wished that the villain was introduced a bit earlier, and didn't spring up fully formed as a plot point halfway through the book, but then the mystery is never really the point of romantic suspense.

All in all, it's Roberts doing what she's good at, and the kind of romance you can give to the disbelieving who think the genre is all heaving bosoms and "I hate you Please do another witches series!

Can't get enough!! Very powerful woman in every way! Now I'm speechless. I am reading this trilogy for the 6th time. I love the books!

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Reading it now Any cabin on a lake so I can watch the water for hours Rossnawlagh Co Donegal Ireland. I really enjoyed this story.

Never disappointed with Nora Roberts books. Such a great book! The book is great. Loved it. Loved it cant wait until another new one comes out.

Loved the book, it was awesome. Loved this book! Just finished it and loved it. I wish!! My kids find me everywhere!!

Unfortunately no. I really wish I did though. My very favorite hideaway is at inn Boonsboro of course!

Likes: Shares: 14 Comments: Comment on Facebook Lol. Loved their connection. I knew then there was a greater connection between them I love Mia's personality.

Mac is just a super smart sweetie pie! Mia is my all time favorite character. Mia is so smooth!!

Love this trilogy and the relationships between them. Mac is a sweetie. That sounds like a fun conversation.

My favorite trilogy. I like all the characters. Mac is truthful, no games. I think like recognizes like! And family!

From which trilogy are these characters from? And she's met her match lol. One of my favorites! Their repartee is fabulous.

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Innocence is a small town and the most prominent and success family is the Longstreet siblings. Tucker Longstreet is the hero and one who loves a good nap and when the mood strikes willing woman with no relationship complications.

He is in charge of the many businesses his family has interest in. He is one very laid back type and one who takes life as it comes.

He is not one to get worked up for many things unless it is needed or pushed to it and many underestimate him.

His last woman has just c Innocence is a small town and the most prominent and success family is the Longstreet siblings.

His last woman has just confronted him. She is upset that he let her loose but has been telling her friends that marriage will happen so she argues with him and claims she is pregnant in a front of many in the town at a bar in order to save face and force his hand.

Dumbstruck, he is very confused about what to do with her claim and if it is true. Caroline Waverly, the heroine, is a concert violinist and coming to live for a time in her deceased Grandparents home left to her.

She has suffered a breakdown from stress and exhaustion. She also discovered her fiance cheating and has broken off her engagement as well as several concerts she was touring for.

She has always been under the thumb of her mother who is all about status and doesn't acknowledge her roots. Caroline has always done what she was told and now that has come at the price of her health.

She is back in the small hometown of her mother to recuperate and find herself and what she wants instead of the life planned out for her.

Tucker and Caroline first meeting doesn't go well and even though Tucker is attracted to her and she him, Caroline refuses to consider someone who she feels is like her ex.

Tucker then has a huge issue when the woman who claims she is pregnant by him turns up dead and Caroline is the one who discovers the body at the spot they first met and on her property.

The thing is she isn't the first woman to turn up dead and all of them have the same crime earmarks. While the town is turned upside down due to the murders and suspicion is on many, it will be a case that ends up revealing a lot of secrets along the way as well as too.

I enjoyed this book but I didn't love it. I wasn't a big fan of Caroline and I had issues with Tucker at times too.

The case was interesting though and I was surprised by what came out and who did it. This was one that had lots of characters and could throw you off if not paying attention to who is who.

I got the audio of this and the narration was excellent. He was good at the making the characters sound distinctive as well as the emotion that is needed.

This is set in the early 90s and in the South so it contains some racism including the use of some racial slurs by some characters but it fit for the type of people they were as well as no cell phones and things like that.

It to me fit the time, the small mindset of some people, and the small town mentality that can happen too. I think overall it could have been more of a 4 but some things felt unfinished for me and because I wasn't as into the main characters it fell a little short for me in that area even as I enjoyed how the story unfolded and getting to know the characters too.

It also picked up speed as it went also which helped it too. But a decent read over all. Well done romantic mystery suspense.

I was engaged all the way through. Wonderful character creation. Wonderful dialogue. Various conflicts are well done.

An example of fun dialogue: Tucker is this slow talking rich southern man who sleeps with a lot of women.

Heroine is not interested. He makes a seductive comment to her. Tom Stechschulte this audiobook narrator did a wonderful southern accent.

And he was soooo sexy as Tucker. And he did women well - no effeminate gay guy sounds. He did so many different voices well. DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person.

Unabridged audiobook length: 17 hrs and 55 mins pages. Swearing language: strong including religious swear words, but not often used.

Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: about 9, but most were vaguely referred to with no details.

Setting: around small town Innocence, Mississippi. Book copyright: Genre: romantic mystery suspense.

Apr 18, ShoSho rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , x , elib , nora. A great old book that's not dated at all!

Loved the mystery and all the details that went on, it was a really long book. I had guessed the killer correctly so I'm proud of myself!

Feb 03, Dina rated it liked it Shelves: to-blog , romantic-suspense. Tucker and Caroline, according to Lifetime Television: Me likey!

View 2 comments. Giving up on my library copy, I was delighted when my friend offered to loan me a copy. I totally fell into the story and in love with Tucker.

There are a number of suspense plots probably too many for my taste if I had been reading that, when added to some well written characters, make this unabridged audio version into pure entertainment.

Although released in both CD and cassette tape formats in , it can be difficult to find affordably. But the narration by Stechschulte and the hero Tucker made this one 5 stars regardless of the violence.

When our Audiobook group was discussing the great narration of the audible version I thought I would check it out. I really did enjoy this new to me narrator, and he brought the rating up a bit.

I liked the way Nora Roberts lays the ground work for her stories. With her descriptions of the town, the people, the main characters and the tidbits of history, I had a crystal cl 3.

With her descriptions of the town, the people, the main characters and the tidbits of history, I had a crystal clear impression of the world this story took place in.

Overall, I enjoyed the mystery and the characters. The romance was a bit weak but all the other things going on in the story made up for it.

The South really came alive in this book, a lot of it due to the brilliant narration by Tom Stechschulte.

Those Southern accents were just so good, coupled with a great story and this is a fabulous romantic suspense, even 20 years later.

Mar 18, Kathy Davie rated it really liked it Shelves: romance. A world-famous violinist has escaped to Innocence to find herself and her roots.

Roots that are based on a very short visit as a young girl to her grandparents. Unfortunately for Caroline, she has arrived at the tail end of three nasty murders.

We get to know a number of people in Innocence all of whom have their impact on the murders and through them we find a small town of support and tolerance.

Whether the truckers are going on strike, or those dimwits up in Washington are going to fuck up again and shuck us into a depression.

The results would be exactly the same. This is a sweet and easy romance with homey characters which leaves you wanting small town life.

It comes down to how you treat others, doesn't it? Caroline Waverly has fled to Innocence Missisippi to escape the burdens of her high stress career as a famous violinist and the pressure her mother imposes on her.

Staying in the house that her grandparents owned, she finds a slower pace than what she is used to.

But the "I can be an outsider, or I can belong. But there is more going on in Innocence than meets the eye.

Girls are being brutally murdered, in a case that has the local authorities and the FBI stumped. And if Caroline isn't careful, she may find herself as the next victim.

The thing I love most about Nora Roberts is that her books are so much more than just one thing.

They are romance, but they are also so much more. They are sometimes comedy, mystery, crime solving, but they are always always about discovering what life is all about and learning who you really are.

Carnal Innocence is no different. The mystery behind the murders kept me guessing until the very end. And the end WAS very shocking, believe me!

The romance that grew between Tucker and Caroline absolutely made me swoon. And it brought tears to my eye to see how much confidence blossomed within Caroline throughout the course of her stay in Innocence.

She really just grew so much as a character and that was the real highpoint of this novel. Dec 30, Sue rated it it was amazing Shelves: audio , audiogirls-classics , audios , contemporary , audible , romance-suspense , rcftci.

Just right. But the pace reminded me so much of the movie, sipping ice teas, gossiping, cotton plantation and the hierarchy of the town of Innocence, maybe even a little bit of Peyton Place.

Caroline comes to take a break from concert performances she's a violinist. Comes to recover from a broken heart and her own lack of self esteem.

Perhaps Nora Roberts had him in mind.. But then again still waters run deep. I enjoy the town, the heat, the anger, the fear and finally the hot romance.

Tucker I enjoyed getting to know him, a true onion of a character. Written in the 60's this would have been made into a movie, today Apr 25, Leontine rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary-romance , crack.

The setting of the sweltering, southern small-town is fantastic. It is inhabited with flamboyant characters who get under your skin quickly.

They breath life in to their town with gossip, passion, love, death and everything in between. Add a rivting suspense with twists and turns that surprised the hell outta me and I was enthralled by this story from beginning to end.

The romance was heart-tugging sweet, Caroline and Tucker are endearing characters with their personal quirks and their chemistry The setting of the sweltering, southern small-town is fantastic.

The romance was heart-tugging sweet, Caroline and Tucker are endearing characters with their personal quirks and their chemistry was evident from their first encounter!

Once again I'm enamored by the characters, both main and supporting, and the setting that was full of southern charm. But the suspense plot added a thrill that shows Nora Roberts has a nack for incorporating various storythreads into a flowing, exciting read!

I didn't like the lazy-assed, but generous of course , hero with no ambition other than to sit in his hammock all day.

The best part about this book was the narrator. View 1 comment. Oct 18, Cyndi rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own. There is a murderer loose in the small town of Innocence.

The cops and the FBI are all at a loss who the person could be. Not one of my favorite of Nora's books. Something about the heroine and hero felt stilted.

Almost like the heroine needed more growth and the hero needed more romance? I don't know. For any other author it would have been great, but its Nora and I hold her to a higher standard, fair or not.

Still its an interesting murder mystery and will stay in my personal library. This was a fantastic read. Caroline comes back to Innocence, MS to her grandparents home to destress.

She is a classical violinist who is burned out. She meets Tucker Longstreet, who seems to be a lazy, well off guy who doesn't do much except womanize.

Ms Roberts takes us on a wild ride as gruesome murders of women in this town are happening. The twists and turns in this book are unbelievably good.

This was a big 5 star read for me. Highly recommend. The Narrator: Stechschulte, or Tom easier to spell!

I'd heard him once on a Christine Feehan Ghostwalkers series which he also narrates but Carnal Innocence shows off his skills a lot more.

Tom's Tucker Longstreet brings across the man's Southern charm very effectively and while the rest of the male cast are also southern-accented, I had no difficulty differentiating him from Dwayne, his brother, or Burke, the sheriff.

Tom's female voices were especially good - sounding like husky, warm-voiced women, lending a sexiness that I might not even, otherwise, feel about the heroine.

I enjoyed Tom's performance here so much that I just might start listening to the rest of the Ghostwalkers even though I'm not a super-soldier-paranormal fan.

The Story: I did not realize I'd read this book would have been in the early 90s when NR was an auto-buy until I reached the part where Billy T and friends were about to lynch Toby March, and then I remembered who the murderer was.

It still didn't diminish my enjoyment and when I finished, I was wondering if there are anymore old, classic Roberts like this one.

I've read quite a few but I don't recall liking any as much as CI. And I'm talking about her books written in the early to mid 90s.

She was still an auto-buy, despite being in my 'B' list, because there were only a handful of contemporary romantic suspense writers at the time - Howard, Krentz, Brown, and Lowell, who dropped off my radar a long time ago, as did Krentz.

Tucker is easily the star of this book and while I never did warm up to Caroline, I thought she gave Tucker back as good as he dished out.

I like them enough as a couple to wish there was a second book where I could revisit them and see how they're doing a few years down the line.

I can so easily picture Tucker's enjoyment of the various places he'd visit as he accompanies Caroline on her world tour. I know Tucker would make a hilarious tourist whose audio blog if there was such a thing I would follow!

Overall, I found this NR a very satisfying balance of romance and murder mystery suspense, even if I am currently surfeit with serial killers.

View all 5 comments. It took quite some time for the story to develop and I had a hard time sticking with it.

Somewhere around halfway, it got really interesting, the characters came alive and the mystery got suspenseful.

The relationship between Caroline and Tucker developed slowly and unfolded very nicely. Both of them had commitment issues that needed resolution before they could have a decent chance at a romance and it was handled perfectly The whodunit factor is pretty high an It took quite some time for the story to develop and I had a hard time sticking with it.

The whodunit factor is pretty high and there's a nice surprise ending. I'm rating this only a 3. It's worth it to hang in there but, for me, it was a challenge.

Feb 15, Jess rated it it was ok Shelves: nora-roberts , This was not a favorite of mine. I'm going to attribute it to the fact that it was originally written almost 20 years ago.

The language was unacceptable to me a lot of racist remarks and situations , the lack of technology bothered me, and overall the whole thing just felt dated.

Also, the plot was just bizarre and there seemed to be a constant "crazy" person trying to kill someone, it just felt that there were multiple storylines that were vying for the main plot.

The romance was lackluster and This was not a favorite of mine. The romance was lackluster and I figured out pretty quickly who the serial killer was.

I think I'll stick to new releases from Roberts from now on. Jan 07, Elena rated it liked it Shelves: book-challenge , nora-roberts.

Overall - this was a good one! A murder-mystery set in the south Good murder mystery, but could have been a bit better - a bit more suspenseful!

The romance was a bit insta-loveish! Their first lovemaking scene was quite weird and non-sexy But it got a bit better afterwards Again, just like in my previous read "Chasing Fire" , the killer view spoiler [ is just plain crazy!

She killed because she was crazy! There is no other hidden motive Which is a bit disappointing - I actually wan Overall - this was a good one!

Which is a bit disappointing - I actually wanted a valid reason! Jun 03, Cindi rated it really liked it Shelves: nora-roberts. Great book.

I was somewhat surprised when the killer was revealed. It made sense though. View All Books. Likes: Shares: 7 Comments: Comment on Facebook Yep, it probably would!

I love this series. I love there non relationship and snipping. I adore Ripley!! She's me to a T. Ripley is straight to the point! Ripley has a very earthy and uncomplicated way of stating things!

Oh Ripley!!!! That's one way to say that well. Love Ripley. Straight to the point. Please do another witches series!

Can't get enough!! Very powerful woman in every way! Now I'm speechless. I am reading this trilogy for the 6th time. I love the books!

Nora Roberts 2 days ago. Likes: Shares: 10 Comments: I got my book today. My hideaway is a Nora Robert's trilogy Nature is my hideaway, but books fill in a lot..

Reading it now Any cabin on a lake so I can watch the water for hours Rossnawlagh Co Donegal Ireland.

I really enjoyed this story. Never disappointed with Nora Roberts books. Such a great book! The book is great.

Loved it. Loved it cant wait until another new one comes out. Loved the book, it was awesome. Loved this book! Just finished it and loved it.

I wish!! My kids find me everywhere!! Unfortunately no. I really wish I did though. My very favorite hideaway is at inn Boonsboro of course!

Likes: Shares: 14 Comments: Comment on Facebook Lol. Loved their connection. I knew then there was a greater connection between them I love Mia's personality.

Mac is just a super smart sweetie pie! Mia is my all time favorite character. Mia is so smooth!! Love this trilogy and the relationships between them.

Mac is a sweetie. That sounds like a fun conversation. My favorite trilogy. I like all the characters.

Mac is truthful, no games. I think like recognizes like! And family! From which trilogy are these characters from? And she's met her match lol.

One of my favorites! Their repartee is fabulous. Nora Roberts 3 days ago. Likes: Shares: 19 Comments: Comment on Facebook Fits for life right now.

I just relistened to that series - one of my absolute favorites. This is life as we call it right now. So true. Just reread this series a few weeks ago.

Just awesome. I re-read this series every year. The more I read and learn about these characters I love them. Still like Mac.

So very true. Mac and Ripley are indeed simpatico!

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