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Unfinished Business book. Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments 250 pages. Nora Roberts never falls to make a down home romance sparkle even more.

Unfinished Business book. Published June 15th 1992 by Silhouette Books. Vanessa a girl who never became her own woman and torn between the life of fame and the pain of the past. But so many unanswered questions that has pushed her to return home to the mother that abandon her.

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Nora Roberts publishes numerous books every year, including detective romances as . Nora Roberts releases several new romance novels every year, making her one of the most prolific authors of our time. Explore a list of all of Nora Roberts' canon. From series to individual stories, she has published more than 200 novels in total-some sweet, some suspenseful, and some fantasy. Roberts has hit the New York Times Best Seller list regularly. Thanks to her dedicated fans and the fact that she was an early pioneer in communicating with them online, it is rare that a new release does not hit that esteemed book list.

The Art of Deception. Adam Haines was an artist visiting the Fairchild mansion to do some undercover digging, and that was a problem for a man who preferred to be straightforward. Expecting you? Her accent was broad New England. After another moment of staring, she frowned, shrugged, then moved aside to let him in. The hall was wide and seemingly endless. The paneling gleamed a dull deep brown in the diffused light. Streaks of sun poured out of a high angled window and fell over the small woman, but he barely noticed. For the moment, Adam forgot the fatigue of the journey and his annoyance. He forgot everything else but the paintings.

He turned on the lamp beside the bed. It was a beautiful old rose-tinted globe that sat on a packing crate. The floors were unfinished, the walls spackled with drywall mud. s on the floor beneath the windows. It was the most beautiful room she’d ever seen. He wished he could have given her candles and roses, a huge four-poster with satin sheets. All he could give her was himself. And suddenly he was as nervous as a boy on his first date. The atmosphere’s a little thin in here. It’s perfect, she told him. He took her hands and raised them to his.

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Nora Roberts cordially invites you to meet childhood friends Parker, Emma .

Nora Roberts cordially invites you to meet childhood friends Parker, Emma, Laurel, and Mac-the founders of Vows, one of Connecticut's premier wedding planning companies. After years of throwing make-believe weddings in the backyard, flowers, photography, desserts, and details are what these women do best: a guaranteed perfect, beautiful day full of memories to last the rest of your life. The historic hotel in Boonsboro has endured war and peace, changing hands, even rumored hauntings. It’s no first date, but these stolen moments are the beginning of something new - and open the door to the extraordinary adventure of what comes next.

Silhouette Intimate Moments : Suzanna's Surrender. By (author) Nora Roberts.

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Unfinished Business (Silhouette Intimate Moments) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0373074334

ISBN: 0373074336

Author: Nora Roberts

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Silhouette (May 1, 1992)

ePUB size: 1912 kb

FB2 size: 1559 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 336

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ChallengeMine
while I do love a good Nora Roberts book, I have read so many that I can't remember the titles any more. Hence, when I want to purchase one (or anyone else's books for that matter) for my kindle I check the publication date to help determine whether I might have read it before. I was reading Unfinished Business and it kept seeming to be so familiar, but I checked and rechecked the pub date which said it was new. Only after checking further into Nora's website did I figure out that was the KINDLE pub date and that it was a reissue of an older novel - which, of course, I had read. I wish the listings on Amazon would state clearly that a book is a reissue, whether from another format or whatever. It would sure make your customers happy. Thanks.
ChallengeMine
while I do love a good Nora Roberts book, I have read so many that I can't remember the titles any more. Hence, when I want to purchase one (or anyone else's books for that matter) for my kindle I check the publication date to help determine whether I might have read it before. I was reading Unfinished Business and it kept seeming to be so familiar, but I checked and rechecked the pub date which said it was new. Only after checking further into Nora's website did I figure out that was the KINDLE pub date and that it was a reissue of an older novel - which, of course, I had read. I wish the listings on Amazon would state clearly that a book is a reissue, whether from another format or whatever. It would sure make your customers happy. Thanks.
Yellow Judge
I usually like titles by Nora Roberts. This story, however, was too improbable. The primary conflicts between the main character (Vanessa) and her mother as well as the main character and the hero (Brady) drug on for far too long. Both conflicts were solved once the characters had a frank 5-minute discussion. Vanessa's hemming and hawing about a miscommunication and then the need to "find herself" did not make for a particularly riveting story (for me). She spent too much time in the novel being delicate and indecisive. After discovering just how controlling her father was, Vanessa had to be convinced she didn't know all the particulars of her mother and father's marriage, and to lighten up on the mother who was bending over backwards to reconnect with her. It didn't take long for me to view the Vanessa character as heartless (not a good attitude to have toward the heroine of the story).

Additionally, I became annoyed with the main character in regards to her health situation. The character doubled over in pain on multiple occasions and refused to admit there was a problem. For me, this just added stupidity to Vanessa's list of foolish traits. To have her get snappy and waspish toward people who were just trying to help her when they could see she was in obvious pain just made her seem kind of diva-ish and martyr-like (again, not sympathetic traits for the supposed heroine of the story).

I don't have too many good things to say about the hero either. In my opinion, Brady was kind of bland. Practically from day one, he came on pretty strong, "We haven't seen each other in 12 years, but I still have the hots for you." He was sort of like Pepe Le Pew. Regardless of how many times Vanessa told him she wasn't interested, and despite the inner contemplation from Brady that he knew he would have to go slow to gain Vanessa's trust, he kept coming after her with all the subtlety of Godzilla stomping on Tokyo.

This is definitely not one of Roberts' better titles.
Yellow Judge
I usually like titles by Nora Roberts. This story, however, was too improbable. The primary conflicts between the main character (Vanessa) and her mother as well as the main character and the hero (Brady) drug on for far too long. Both conflicts were solved once the characters had a frank 5-minute discussion. Vanessa's hemming and hawing about a miscommunication and then the need to "find herself" did not make for a particularly riveting story (for me). She spent too much time in the novel being delicate and indecisive. After discovering just how controlling her father was, Vanessa had to be convinced she didn't know all the particulars of her mother and father's marriage, and to lighten up on the mother who was bending over backwards to reconnect with her. It didn't take long for me to view the Vanessa character as heartless (not a good attitude to have toward the heroine of the story).

Additionally, I became annoyed with the main character in regards to her health situation. The character doubled over in pain on multiple occasions and refused to admit there was a problem. For me, this just added stupidity to Vanessa's list of foolish traits. To have her get snappy and waspish toward people who were just trying to help her when they could see she was in obvious pain just made her seem kind of diva-ish and martyr-like (again, not sympathetic traits for the supposed heroine of the story).

I don't have too many good things to say about the hero either. In my opinion, Brady was kind of bland. Practically from day one, he came on pretty strong, "We haven't seen each other in 12 years, but I still have the hots for you." He was sort of like Pepe Le Pew. Regardless of how many times Vanessa told him she wasn't interested, and despite the inner contemplation from Brady that he knew he would have to go slow to gain Vanessa's trust, he kept coming after her with all the subtlety of Godzilla stomping on Tokyo.

This is definitely not one of Roberts' better titles.
Adoraris
<SPOILER ALERT>

"Unfinished Business", by Nora Roberts, should have been titled "Repeat Business". The book was actually published in 2006. I purchased it for my kindle thinking it was a new release (new cover, as usual).

I am disappointed by the fact it was marketed as a new book. But more disappointing is the book itself. It does not have Roberts trademark witty dialogue, or gut-wrenching plots. In fact, there is little to no plot. Weak characters I want to punch in the throat. The angst of the protagonist (if you could call her that) is so contrived it is painful. I skipped pages and pages of trite dialog and forced action. Small town America... star-crossed teenage lovers meet again after a misunderstanding tore them apart years ago; she's sick and delusional, he's a bad boy turned doctor, blah blah... Oh but wait, there's more.... mother/daughter/father angst.... busy body town folk willing to pay a highly sought after concert pianist a whole $10 for piano a lesson. Really? In 2006? Piano lessons haven't been $10 even in 'small town America' for 20 years.

I love a good Nora Roberts story, and her alter ego J.D. Robb's Death series are always an entertaining read. This book however, fell astoundingly short of a good read, let alone a good Nora Roberts read.

Maybe she called it "Unfinished Business" because that is exactly what I did with it - I didn't finish it.
My advice? Wasn't worth the money or time the first time around. Paying for it twice is like adding salt to the wound.
Adoraris
<SPOILER ALERT>

"Unfinished Business", by Nora Roberts, should have been titled "Repeat Business". The book was actually published in 2006. I purchased it for my kindle thinking it was a new release (new cover, as usual).

I am disappointed by the fact it was marketed as a new book. But more disappointing is the book itself. It does not have Roberts trademark witty dialogue, or gut-wrenching plots. In fact, there is little to no plot. Weak characters I want to punch in the throat. The angst of the protagonist (if you could call her that) is so contrived it is painful. I skipped pages and pages of trite dialog and forced action. Small town America... star-crossed teenage lovers meet again after a misunderstanding tore them apart years ago; she's sick and delusional, he's a bad boy turned doctor, blah blah... Oh but wait, there's more.... mother/daughter/father angst.... busy body town folk willing to pay a highly sought after concert pianist a whole $10 for piano a lesson. Really? In 2006? Piano lessons haven't been $10 even in 'small town America' for 20 years.

I love a good Nora Roberts story, and her alter ego J.D. Robb's Death series are always an entertaining read. This book however, fell astoundingly short of a good read, let alone a good Nora Roberts read.

Maybe she called it "Unfinished Business" because that is exactly what I did with it - I didn't finish it.
My advice? Wasn't worth the money or time the first time around. Paying for it twice is like adding salt to the wound.
Mozel
This book is terrible. I can't believe it's a Nora Roberts novel. The main character has no personality or any redeeming qualities, she could be replaced by a pretty lamp. Her high school sweetheart still apparently loves her 10 years later, and is given no incentive as to WHY he should love her, other than she's thin, gorgeous, and a loaded world renowned pianist. Every other comment about her is how thin she is. And her mother is a sweetheart and it drives me crazy that Van would treat her mother like crap and act like she's 12, despite knowing how terrible and controlling her father is. SHE KNOWS THIS. and then she comes home trying to reconnect to her mother and acts like some Victorian maid over her mother moving on with her life. THIS STORY IS DUMB. If I had the physical copy and not kindle copy, i would be throwing it against the wall.
i don't even care about the money i spent on this, I want a refund of my time and investment in this dumb story.
Mozel
This book is terrible. I can't believe it's a Nora Roberts novel. The main character has no personality or any redeeming qualities, she could be replaced by a pretty lamp. Her high school sweetheart still apparently loves her 10 years later, and is given no incentive as to WHY he should love her, other than she's thin, gorgeous, and a loaded world renowned pianist. Every other comment about her is how thin she is. And her mother is a sweetheart and it drives me crazy that Van would treat her mother like crap and act like she's 12, despite knowing how terrible and controlling her father is. SHE KNOWS THIS. and then she comes home trying to reconnect to her mother and acts like some Victorian maid over her mother moving on with her life. THIS STORY IS DUMB. If I had the physical copy and not kindle copy, i would be throwing it against the wall.
i don't even care about the money i spent on this, I want a refund of my time and investment in this dumb story.