Solace can come to our lives in the strangest ways. For the most typical reason on the book (breakup), I was feeling sad and disappointed. It’s not like I wanted to cry or be isolated from the rest of the world. I was fine. But I didn’t feel like smiling. Continue reading “About the cheap thrills of life”
I am probably one of the most fanatic Nora Roberts fans ever. I have all of her books and have been reading them slowly but steadily for the past two years. So it was no surprise that when The Collector was out on April 2015, I bought it without a second thought.
The interesting thing about reading too much of someone’s books is that you start to see certain patterns and changes in the writer’s style over the course of time. Her earlier books were more centered in passion, then there was too much violence, and now there is always an underlying layer of fun and laughter. Continue reading “The Collector, by Nora Roberts”