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Lawless [Mass Market Paperback]

Nora Roberts
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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Oct. 1 2003 Loving Jack
Half-Apache and all man, Jake Redman was more than a match for the wild Arizona Territory. Sarah Conway, on the other hand, was an Eastern lady who belonged anywhere else but on the rugged land Jake loved. Still, the stubborn beauty was determined to make Lone Bluff her home . . .

Though Jake was annoyed to find himself playing guardian angel to this tantalizing innocent, he was even more disgusted to find he liked it. Because beneath Sarah's ladylike demeanor beat the heart of a true pioneer, a women he yearned to make his own.


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3.0 out of 5 stars Barely Enough Feb. 29 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
If you want a cute western story about a woman making dresses and a guy being the typical jerk, read Lawless. If you want a steamy western novel with passion, many strong points and accuracy to the time period, read The Touch of Fire by Linda Howard.
What I found most disturbing about Nora Roberts' Lawless is it doesn't seem like she researched this time period much at all. Aside from the lack of research, her grammar is painful enough to where I want to get a red pen, circle the mistakes, and send the book back to her. I found it very hard to read with the abundance of punctuation errors; I could barely focus enough to read through.
Up until chapter 10 or 11 (of 15), I was bored to tears. The story was there but it seemed all too dull. I kept asking myself why I would read a book that I couldn't keep focus with, but I finished regardless.
The book ended well enough to makeup for the lack of everything else. The last few chapters should have been the book itself, while the chapters earlier in the book were meaningless drivel. If this is how Nora Roberts writes the rest of her books, you can bet this will be my first & last novel of hers.
Lucky to get 3 stars from me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it! Feb. 6 2004
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
While KEY OF VALOR and CHESAPEAKE BLUE are my favorites now, I still like LAWLESS. I've yet to be disappointed in a NR novel. Would recommend this one to a friend.
Also recommeded: BARK OF THE DOGWOOD AND THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
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4.0 out of 5 stars Storyline info Jan. 17 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Romance writer Jackie MacNamara, heroine of Nora Roberts's Loving Jack, has written a historical romance. And this is it!
Half-Apache and all man, Jake Redman was more than a match for the wild Arizona Territory. Sarah Conway, on the other hand, was an Eastern lady who belonged anywhere else but on the rugged land Jake loved. Still, the stubborn beauty was determined to make Lone Bluff her home....
Though Jake was annoyed to find himself playing guardian angel to this tantalizing innocent, he was even more disgusted to find he liked it. Because beneath Sarah's ladylike demeanor beat the heart of a true pioneer, a woman he yearned to make his own.
A classic Western historical novel from the master of romance.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not So Great Dec 30 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This is supposed to be a historical romance, but it doesn't really read that way at all. The setting isn't drawn realistically at all, and there are really only a few references to how life was in the 1900s. You can easy tell that the setting wasn't well-researched and that N.R.'s attempt to drawn a mental picture of the 1900s fails miserably. The main characters are thoroughly modern, and I just get the sense that N.R. didn't put too much effort into this book. The love story is cute, but so are a million others that are on the market. There is nothing remarkable about this story and nothing that would have you wanting to re-read it or recommend it to friends. This book was written well before N.R. gained in popularity, so I would skip it in favor of a more recent book of hers.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Yikes! Oct. 31 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This was really bad. Although you could understand she was working with interesting themes, it was not real at all. Since this is one of her earlier novels, I understand. But what the heck is happening with ALL these Nora Roberts novels everywhere. I know she can write well. This is not an example.
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