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Roarke broke into Eve's apartment, then was annoyed when she thought he might have He had a goal – to get out, to have means and power. his veins and she didn't imagine he'd have any problem with a couple of cold-blooded killings. It's when Eve starts to feel guilty about her side of her relationship with Roarke after everyone around her talked about the special things he does for her. Have we missed any other relationship goals–worthy couples? Let us know in the Eve and Roarke Dallas in the In Death Series by J.D. Robb.
Would they look at me and see him? And if they did, would I? Would they look at me, see only my sins—which are plentiful—and none of her, the mother I never knew existed?
The prodigal's a hard role to carry.
Roarke is friends with Richard DeBlass and Elizabeth Barrister and has known them for several years; first on a business level, then on a personal one; he takes his friendships seriously. But he wasn't sure Roarke would let himself risk quite that unstable an emotion as love.
He didn't hear from her again until six or seven weeks later mid-February. He brushed her off, saying he was involved. You follow the steps, and you plan and you work, then fate slips in laughing and makes fools of us.
Sometimes we can trick it or outguess it, but most often it's already written. Roarke stopped dead in his tracks and asked Eve, "You swore at a priest?
You went up against the Holy Mother Church? Well Christ, is that something I have to worry about now? I guess you're mine, pal. And if I'm wrong? Hey, we'll go down in flames together. When I read this book, I immediately fell for Roarke. Mysterious, dangerous, seductive … he was and is a powerful romantic hero.
Asking me to pick is like asking me which kid I like best. The moment Eve stepped onto the scene, I was enthralled.
A flawed, ticked-off, strong, opinionated, tortured heroine. Perfectly executed, in my opinion. My favorite series of all time. That one author can write in two distinctly different voices, and have each voice be so internally consistent is an inspiration.
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A different kind of scrumptious. I view this series as a soap opera with a dash of intrigue and mystery. Survivor in Death, because of 9-year-old Nixie Swisher. Many In Death books later, I can still picture the little girl hiding in the dark while friend and family were killed.
Eve And Roarke With No Body
She only wanted a cold, orange fizzy, a forbidden one that ultimately saved her life. Nixie was tough, smart and very brave. Her brief presence changed the dynamics between Eve, Roarke and even Summerset for the better while opening windows into their past. I love any time Eve and Roarke get in a fight because the making-up is so sigh-worthy!That's Real with Eve & Roarke
The killer in this book is creepy, too, and the cherry on the sundae is that Eve gets to punch out her beautiful but treacherous nemesis. I love how Eve rises above her personal demons and gets her man, and then some. I adore the way he takes care of Eve and buys her cool clothes. The secondary characters also get top billing in my mind, with Peabody being my fav. Like Shakespeare, she writes far too voluminously for any one human, and every darn thing she writes has polish and her unique voice.
Two things I love about her In Death series: The first time I read them was before I became an author, so reading them now with some knowledge about storytelling is like a master class in character development and series development. Roarke is by far my favorite book boyfriend and Eve is the friend I wish I had.
It was the first book I read in the series, long before I had my iPad. My first intro to her and what a hoot!
Eve's Relationship With Roarke
But it is Nixie Swisher who stayed with me all this time. I originally bought the book in print but just bought it in digital so I can take it everywhere with me. Taking the concept of dating and love connections and weaving it into a mystery where Eve has to look at her own feelings about the past, childhood horrors, and interwoven with the stress of Christmas and her great love with Roarke was pure magic.