sábado, 31 de agosto de 2013

[Crítica] Inner Harbour, de Nora Roberts

Inner HarbourInner Harbour by Nora Roberts
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

★★★☆☆ {3.5}

Phillip Quinn had done everything to make his life seem perfect. With his career on the fast track and a condo overlooking the Inner Harbor, his life on the street was firmly in the past. But one look at Seth and he's reminded of the boy he once was...Phillip has intended to fulfill his father's dying request and considered Seth to be a duty. He never expected he would grow to love Seth, and soon his promise to his father became more than just obligation.

Seth's future as a Quinn seems assured -- until a stranger arrives in town. She claims to be researching St. Christopher's for her new book, but the true objects of study are the Quinns. Her cool reserve intrigues Phillip. He is determined to uncover her motives, but she is holding a secret that has the power to threaten the life the brothers have made for Seth. A secret that could tear the family apart... forever...

Gostei. Até mais do que estava à espera.
A Saga de Chesapeake Bay é das minhas favoritas da Nora Roberts. :)

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