“Doing nothing sometimes hurts more than doing something. Life doesn’t come with a guarantee, which is just as well, because most guarantees are bullshit.”
Readers of my reviews know I love a good Nora Roberts trilogy, and this is no exception. It’s been a hell of a year for me (well, let’s be honest, for everyone) and so a lot of my reading has trended towards the simple and easy to enjoy. Nora is the best for that. I like to think of her books as popcorn lit – they are delicious, easy, low in calories, and come in all sorts of types to appeal to whatever your mood happens to be at the time. This mixes more towards the caramel corn of the bunch, aka my favorite – magical romance. I *love* when romance and fantasy are blended, and this trilogy handles a curse laid on the island in 1692, and the pathway love sets up to lead our thread protagonists to break it.
Another great trilogy by Roberts, well worth the read if you are already a fan of hers, and a decent enough place to start if you haven’t tried her work before.