Book Reviews of The Calhouns: Catherine, Amanda and Lilah

The Calhouns: Catherine, Amanda and Lilah
The Calhouns Catherine Amanda and Lilah
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN-13: 9780373285099
ISBN-10: 0373285094
Publication Date: 1/1/2005
Pages: 608
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 398 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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good book, i enjoyed it very much.
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Nora Roberts is the best, and her series are always fun
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This is the first book in the set.
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***** Usual great Nora Robert read.
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Four sisters determined to save their home against all odds. As usual, Nora Roberts has created a great story.
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Great read!
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I enoyed the book, but then again, I enjoy all of this author's books.

Three books in one.
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This about 3 sisters Catherine Amanda and lilah Calhoun. There is story that has been in there family for generations. there is a necklace hidden in the house but no one ever found it. the 3 sisters meet 3 strong men. they all put the peices together and find out whey she hide the necklace and how she really died.
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More loveable characters. As always, I was sad when the book was over.
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Excellent story. First in the series. Like 3 books in one!
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VERY GOOD KEPT GETTING BETTER. MAKES YOU THINK YOUR RIGHT THERE
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Nora Roberts is a great writer. This was one of her better books.
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Classic Nora Roberts - always a good read.
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Nora Roberts has a magical way of telling her stories! This book is no exception.
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another great Nora Roberts Book
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This book is one of two in a series. They do not have to be read in any particular order.
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Adventure and excitement are the name of the game in this book. It is a family story with romance at its' best.
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What girl doesn't love Nora Roberts novels?
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This book has three seperate stories in one. There is Courting Catherine, A Man For Amanda and For The Love Of Lilah. As always Nora Roberts writes a story like none other. Awonderful read!
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Really good Nora Roberts book. After I finished this I had to run out and buy the second one immediately.
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Loved this three in one book about three of four sisters who find love and history all tied up together. With the exception of the mushy love scenes (that I skip over)this book was absolutely wonderful! I am looking forward to reading the sequel.
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A trilogy of stories in one book about the Calhoun women. I like the way Nora writes individual stories about characters and than incorporates them into stories about families. 3 very good stories
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Good beach book.
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The saga of the Calhoun sisters continues, each different and finding their true loves.....at what cost??????
Roberts is one of my favorites.......enjoyable book.
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I enjoyed reading this book.
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3 books in one. Set in Bar Harbor, Maine, this follows 3 sisters and their finding love while searching for the family emeralds.
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The series of the Calhoun family - the three sisters - the search for the family emeralds and the ghosts of the past. Start with this one.
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Three books in one by the beloved Nora Roberts.
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The story takes place in Maine written about the three sisters, and their antics while they look for the hidden emaralds
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I think the Calhoun family stories are heartfelt. Check out the other book I listed, The Calhouns, Suzanna and Megan!
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Nora Roberts never fails.
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Lots of fun, great set of stories.
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Good book. Enjoyed all three stories in the book. Love Nora Roberts as a writer
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Atop the rocky coast of maine sits the towers, a magnificent family mansion that is home to legend of long lost love, hidden emeralds and four sisters determined to save their home against all odds. Courting Catherine - Headstrong beauty Catherine Calhoun (CC) wasn't going to let anyone take away the Towers. Especially not handsome hotel magnate Trenton St. James. For trent this was strictly business. QA Man for Amanda - A slow drawl was all Amanda Calhoun heard when she walked into the wall of denim and muscle that was Sloan O Riley the architect hired to renovate the Towers. For the Love of Lilah - Adrift in a storm, Professor Max Quartermain must have hallucinated the beautiful mermaid who came to his rescue. But Lilah was no mystical creature whe was a woman of Flesh and blood and undeniabley attracted to the intense and mysterious stranger.
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Nora Roberts at her best.
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courting catherine
catherine "c.c." calhun wasn't going to let anyone take away the towers. especially not handsome hotel magnate trenton st. james. for trent this was strictly business, but fc.c's mix of fire and fury led his mind in an unexpecdly different direction!
a man for amanda
a slow drawl was all amanda calhoun heard when she walked into the wall of denim and muscle that was sloan o'riely, the archietect hired to renovate the tower. amanda found sloan's easygoing manner infuriating. but his smile just might change her mind...
for the love of lilah
adrift in a storm. professor max quatermain must have hallucinated the beautiful mermaid who came to his rescue. but lilah was no mystical creature-she was a womab of flesh and blood, and undeniably attractted to the intense and mysterious stranger.
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Make sure you get this book along with Suzanna and Megan ... Fascinating Read. You will want them both together, don't make my mistake and wait for the end of the story.
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This series was really great. Nora Roberts is an excellent rider and she has not disappointed!
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The Calhoun sisters are a wonderful family, and reading each of their stories is wonderful. This is another of Nora Robert's great reads!
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Three more great Nora Roberts romances. Nice mystery and intrique and thoroughly likable characters. The Calhoun sisters live in an old castlelike home on the coast of contemporary Bar Harbor, Maine. The search for missing emeralds from the past spans all three stories. I really enjoyed all the stories and plan to get the next in the series.
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Typcial Nora Roberts romance, which is to say better than most romances with a bit of mystery thrown in to boot. The Calhoun family comes to life and again Ms. Roberts manages to create vividly individual characters, each of whom has her own story under the umbrellas of family and mystery. (This is the first book of a two-book series.)
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This is one of two books about the Calhoun women (Catherine, Amanda and Lilah). The elderly aunt of the women is determined to see her nieces married. There's also a nice little side story of a treasure hunt. Being a Nora Roberts fan, I really liked it.
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Hey. It's Nora Roberts. What more needs to be said. Great book of siblings and their will to overcome odds.
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good book
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I always enjoy reading about strong women working their way through problems, and really had a good time with this book. The characters are believable and the plots were well developed. I found myself staying up way too late reading. I'll have to go find the book about Susanna and Amanda now to complete the full story.
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It's so easy to get caught up in these tales. Make sure you have
all 5 stories before you start!
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From back cover:
Atop the rocky coast of Maine sits the Towers, a magnificent family mansion that is home to a legen of long-lost love, hidden emeralds-and four sisters determined to save their home against all odds.

Courting Catherine
A Man For Amanda
For The Love of Lilah
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Courting Catherine- Headstrong beauty Catherine "C.C." Calhoun wasn't going to let anyone take away the Towers. Especially not handsome hotel magnate Trenton St. James. For Trent, this was strictly business, but C.C.'s mix of fire and fury led his mind in an unexpectedly different direction!

A Man for Amanda- A slow drawl was all Amanda Calhoun heard when she walked into the wall of denim and muscle that was Sloan O'Reilly, the architect hired to renovate the Towers. Amanda found Sloan's easygoing manner infuriating. But his smile just might make her change her mind...

For the LOve of Lilah- Adrift in a storm, Professor Max Quartermain must have hallucinated the beautiful mermaid who came to his rescue. But Lilah was no mystical creature-she was a woman if flesh and blood, and undeniably attracted to the intense and mysterious stranger.
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If you like Nora, you will like this. I did.
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courting cathrine , a man for amanda , for the love of lilah.

Atop the rocky coast of maine sits the Towers, a magnificent family mansion that is home to a legend of long-lost love, hidden emeralds-- and four sisters determined to save their home against all odds.
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Corting Catherine-
Headstrong beauty Catherine C.C. Calhoun wasn't going to let anyone take away the Toweres. Especially not handsome hotel magnate Trenton St. James. For Trent, this was strictly business, but C.C.'s mix of fire and fury led his mind in an unexpectedly diffrent direction!
A Man For Amanda-
A slow drawl was all Amanda Calhoun heard when she walked into the wall of denim and muscle that was Sloan O'Riley, the architect hired to renovate the Towers. Amanda found Sloan's easygoing manner infuriating. But his smile just might change her mind...
For The Love Of Lilah-
Adrift in a storm, Professor Max Quartermain must have hallucinated the beautiful mermaid who came to his rescue. But Lilah was no mystical creature___ she was a woman of flesh and blood, and undeniably attracted to the intense and mysterious stanger.
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