SANCTUARYEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Roberts is the perfect perpetual-romance machine. She churns out an almost inhuman number each year; she meets an annual March deadline for her hardcovers (this one even has the same number of pages as last year's bestselling Montana Sky). And each is lively, sexy, and well researched. Her latest concerns three siblings (the Hathaways) who find lovers and strained relationships while a homicidal ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - whybehave2002 - LibraryThing
Started out sounding like "Rebecca" but soon I was jumping all over the place trying to figure out who dunnit. For some reason, I found this a little dark and couldn't read it at night. It wasn't as light a read as I had expected. Read full review
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This was the first Nora Roberts book I've read and I found the storyline to be just okay. I thought it was well written and she did an excellent job bringing each character to life. However, I wasn't crazy about the story and the ending was predictable. I struggled to finish the book.