Apr 7, 2012

How 'Bout Them Reads: Divine Evil

I have had a lot going on lately but that doesn't mean I don't still have time to sit down with a good book and get some reading done. In fact, it's all so clear now why I want to accomplish 52 books this year - because after this year, I won't have as much time to read as I always have. Not that I won't still read. I find reading before bed at night helps me sleep, but I just won't get to read as much as I might like. So I continue reading towards my 52 book goal this year and now we are one book closer to that goal.

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Divine Evil by Nora Roberts is about an artist, Clare, who goes back to her small hometown from New York after she continues to have the same dream she's had since she was little girl and her work begins to suffer. She runs into the now-sheriff, Cam, and they begin a (much predicted) relationship. But her dreams still haunt her. And now she's back in her childhood home where she found her father dead many years ago. She hopes to be able to work and deal with those issues that still remain. But the town is soon turned upside by murder and disappearances. Now Clare and Cam work to figure out the mystery of what is happening in the town before the town collapses from under them. Or what's worse before Clare becomes the next victim.

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Well, that was as short and sweet as they come. It may not be the best description of what was going on in the book, but there was so much happening that it's hard to lay it all out. It was a very good book though. It was a mystery through and through. You were figuring out with the characters who was involved and what really happened. It took me a little longer to get through but this was the longest book I've read in awhile, but it was well worth it. Nora Roberts always does a good job of writing her characters and her plot lines. She makes them interesting and realistic and the people very easy to relate to. I have yet to come across a Nora Roberts book I don't like.

20/52


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