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  • Paperback: 496 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (Jan. 3 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425208141
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425208144
  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 2.7 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #574,718 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Praise for Nora Roberts: 'Exciting, romantic, great fun' Cosmopolitan 'A consistently entertaining writer' USA Today 'Her stories have fuelled the dreams of twenty-five million readers.' Entertainment Weekly" --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Nora Roberts is the #1���New York Times-bestselling author of more than 200 novels. She is also the author of the bestselling���In Death���series written under the pen name J.D. Robb. There are more than 500 million copies of her books in print.

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Awesome series, but this is only the first two books Jan. 18 2009
By erinthedreamer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
When I saw the title "The Quinn Brothers" I thought it would include all four of the books so I was amazed at the price. When I purchased it I was sad to see it was only the first two. Oh well still a great price even for just two books, I just thought I would let others know in case they thought the same as I.

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It looks like they now advertise that this is just the first two.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Beginning of a Heartwarming Series July 7 2006
By Terry A. Benedict-Devine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This series (a total of four novels) reflects the story of the Quinn Brothers and the setting is the beautiful harbor of Maryland's coastal Chesapeake Bay - Cameron, Ethan, and Phillip (Seth came later after Stella had died). Not blood brothers, but broken, sad and damaged boys all adopted at different times by Ray Quinn and his wife, Stella. The first novel, Sea Swept, tells Cam's story and takes us through his journey with the social worker, Anna Spinelli, assigned to the case of Seth DeLauter, the boy Cam's father took in off the streets before he died in an auto accident. The family focus of the men and the plot that develops through each of their personalities is amazing. They all work together to hold onto Seth (and abide by their father's dying wish) even though there is mystery and question as to his heritage relating to their father. They restructure their lives and begin their boat building business - "Boats by Quinn" - and through it all discover that the bond they have with each other that was started by Ray Quinn, is only stronger as time goes on. This is a fantastic story and each novel tells the story of another brother. Rising Tides takes us through Ethan's life and tortured past and his struggle to continue on, help bond and accept Seth in his life and try to dismiss the ghosts of his past in order to make a future. Grace Monroe and her daughter Aubrey are the keys to unlock his struggle, however, he has a very difficult time accepting them into his life. Grace is a very strong and lovable character and the reader is just pulled right into the whole family so much that you feel a very big part of their closeness. Go out and begin reading - you will not be disappointed!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lovely stories of family, love and life... Worth the buy! June 22 2010
By K. Borg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This series of books is really some of Nora Robert's best writing. I have read and reread these stories multiple times. I loan this collection of books to my sister and had to beg to get them returned to me. The Chesapeake Bay series has to do with a set of three adoptive brothers whom after dealing with the lose of their father have their lives turned upside down when they find out that there is now another brother to look after "Seth". These three brothers go out of thier way to make Seth feel like one of the family and to try and stop Seth's money crazed mother from getting custody back from them. Along the way all three of the brother stumble into love and their lives change. Overall they are three very touching stories about love knowing know boundries, family and how life changes at will. I would recomend them to anyone.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Double your pleasure with this 2 for 1 romance collection Dec 26 2010
By Maggie Church - Published on Amazon.com
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This combined first two books of the Chesapeake Bay saga [Sea Swept and Rising Tides] introduces us to the Quinns, a family of now-grown bad boys adopted by Dr. Quinn and her husband, both great role models for anybody. The saga opens with the gathering of the three men due to the dying of their last parent, the father, in the first book which tells world-traveler/champion boat racer Cameron's story, and introduces the central problem of the series which all three brothers have to resolve: Seth, a young boy with mysterious background - who looks remarkably like their father, the father that they know would never have been unfaithful to their now-deceased mother. Because he is dying as a result of an auto accident while transporting Seth to his home, there is no time - and no document - to explain. But Seth needs the three brothers Quinn as much as they ever needed the two wonderful people who adopted them. Who is Seth? What is his relationship to the Quinns, and what happened to the money in the Quinn banking account? How can three men whose careers span the world take care of Seth? Without some authority or legal relationship, how can they even keep Seth, with the system ever-ready to gobble him up? Why is Seth so afraid???? RISING TIDES tells Ethan's story. Deeply scarred by his early life, Ethan alone remained in the area, making his living on the sea, and dreaming of building beautiful boats. Each of the brothers has to make sacrifices and changes to be true to their upbringing and the promise they made to their father, but it's especially hard for Ethan, who has become a loner out of what he believes is necessity. The story of how the brothers mesh their lives, woo the reluctant and fearful Seth into brotherhood, and finally unravel the mysteries continues into the third book, and Seth's adult story completes the series with the fourth Chesapeake Bay book. Entertaining and uplifting, this is a great buy!
Amazing! Aug. 24 2008
By Bookworm - Published on Amazon.com
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The two stories in this book, Sea Swept and Rising Tides, along with The Quinn Legacy which includes Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Blue, are some of the best books I've ever read, and I've read them several times. They were the first books I bought on my Kindle and, as always, I couldn't put them down. The entirety of the series centers around a young, lost boy named Seth, who is 10 when Sea Swept begins. Three brothers, Cam, Ethan & Phillip, who were once young, lost boys themselves, all come together again when their adoptive father Ray is involved in a car accident. Cam is the wild partier who lived in Europe racing cars. Ethan, the quiet, steady fisherman from St. Chris and Phillip, the savvy business man from Baltimore. Before Ray dies, he asks his three older sons to look out and take care of Seth, something none of them are really up to task for. The Quinn Brothers is Cam and Ethan's stories, and how they change their lives to take care of this little boy, and the women who become important to them in the process. The stories are excellently written, NR makes you feel as if you're right there with them, and more than once, I have to admit, I teared up. Particularly reading how Seth becomes so important to Cam.
The Quinn Legacy is just as good, and includes Phillip's story, and then finally Seth as an adult. What I liked so much about this series is that every character appears regularly in every book, as they're all living in St. Chris together. These stories are unputdownable, and some of NR's best work. You can't be disappointed!

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