Nora Roberts gave her blessing to Ava Miles for the use of her name in both the title and the premise in this suspenseful and emotional contemporary romance.
Journalist Meredith Hale's ex-husband claimed her Nora Roberts addiction gave her unrealistic expectations about marriage, and she believed him. All dreams of happily ever after - or Nora Roberts Land, as her mother calls it - went up in smoke. But when her family asks her to temporarily help their Dare Valley, Colorado newspaper, she decides it's time to change her life and prove her ex wrong. She's determined to find her own small-town Nora Roberts hero, prove that true love exists, and publish a story about her quest.
War correspondent Tanner McBride has just returned stateside to work for a major newspaper, and the last thing he expects is blackmail. Yet, before he can even unpack, he's headed to Colorado. His assignment? Make his boss's ex-wife fall for him and then break her heart. Her article about discovering love à la Nora might air dirty laundry about her marriage to the media mogul, threatening his senate run. The mogul wants Meredith stopped, and he makes sure Tanner has no choice in the matter.
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Fun book as long as you've read NR first
Comfortable, fun, likeable
I liked the lead character. She made me laugh and I appreciated the way she went out to get what she wanted.
I love audible books because they enable me to listen whilst I potter about sewing my latest project. Em Eldridge didn't annoy me which I think is probably high praise. I have heard a couple of narrators (luckily only 2) who have caused me to return books. Em Eldridge is certainly not one of those. I intend to listen to more of her as I go through the series.
Fun Chick flick
As a total Nora Roberts/JD Robb fan I'm very glad I'd read/listened to most of her books before I picked this one up. There are so many references through the book to Nora Roberts' characters that I appreciated them all the more knowing who was being spoken about.
Good plot, awful characters...