Book Reviews of The Stanislaski Sisters: Natasha and Rachel

The Stanislaski Sisters: Natasha and Rachel
The Stanislaski Sisters Natasha and Rachel
Author: Nora Roberts
ISBN-13: 9780373484232
ISBN-10: 0373484232
Publication Date: 2/1/2001
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 277 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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The sexy Stanislaski sisters are so different from each other, yet of the same mold!! One firey & one not makes for a good read!!
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Great reading
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Good Reading! A great series book. Ties up some of the lose ends.
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This family is fun to follow. One of Nora's best series.
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Very enjoyable. This paperback contains two novels under one cover, but neither story is slighted by that fact. Each story is long enough to keep you interested!
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Continues the saga of the Stanislaski family kids as they grow up. Stormy Natasha and lovely Rachel discover that they can have the kind of love their parents found.
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Very good stories - the stories focus on each of the sister and the brother's stories are told in The Stanislaski Brothers by Nora Roberts.
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This book is about to sisters who each find love.
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a combination of the old world and new prove to be as big a draw for me as the turmult of the love lives
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Loved it. Also read the Stanislaski Brothers.
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Good series.
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TYpical Nora!! Good book
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A pair of delightful romances from Nora Roberts. As usual, characters you'll love and root for.
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Really enjoyed these novels. I was sorry when the book ended!
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This was another great book from Nora Roberts but the basic copyediting problems were hugely distracting. I generally do not notice problems of that sort, they have to be HORRIBLE for me to and they were horrible this time. Entire lines of text were dropped and articles were doubled up and ess's added and subtracted indiscriminately. Really, Nora Roberts must account for a good third of the sales alone just for her category novels what with reprints and her new work.
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Great Book!!
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Gotta love the Stanislaski family!
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Nora Roberts hits home again as always. What a love between sisters and their futures!
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good romance plot
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The spirited, sexy Stanislaski sisters were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family.

Natasha captivates Spencer Kimball but she is not interested in him.

Rachel is a no-nonsense lawyer but Zack Muldoon doesn't think she is right for his brother's defense.
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Beautiful story. From Russian immigrant close, loving family. This is about the 2 sisters lives and finding true love. Lots of excitement along the way.
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Nora never lets you down when it comes to family stories and these sisters are some of her very best. A very enjoyable read.
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This is a fabulous Nora Roberts book!! I think it is in my top 10 for her. I couldn't put it down!!
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Two complete novels in one book.
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TAMING NATASHA: Natasha Stanislaski is one of four children born to immigrant parents, who escaped from the Ukraine into America, for a chance at a better life. Previously a ballerina for a New York Dance Company, Natasha now owns and runs a toy store in the small town where she resides in West Virginia. Spencer Kimball, widower and father to a little girl named Freddie, has just moved from New York to this same small town. Spencer is a music composer as well as the new professor at the local college. When Natasha and Spencer meet, they get off on the wrong foot, but when Natasha decides to take a college class in music history, she's surprised to find Spencer is the teacher. They embark on a relationship, but will Natasha be able to move beyond the pain of her past which still haunts her, and offer this man her heart?
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Companion book to the Stanislaski Brothers.
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Nora Roberts brings you the spirited, sexy Stanislaski sisters. Though they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family, tempestuous Natasha and cool, classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love...
Stormy Natasha's wild, fiery beauty captivates Spencer Kimball. But will the handsome single dad prove the one man capable of breaching her well-fortified heart and taming Natasha?
When rugged Zach Muldoon needs a tough, no-nosense lawyer, Rachel's not what he has in mind - till he discovers there's more to this long-legged beauty than meets the eye... and finds himself falling for Rachel.
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Part of the Stanislaski series.
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Meet the spirited, sexy Stanislaski sisters. Though they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family, tempestuous Natasha and cool, classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love...
"Taming Natasha"

Stormy Natasha's wild, fiery beauty captivates Spencer Kimball. But will the handsome, single dad prove the one man capable of breaching her well-fortified heart and TAMING NATASHA?



"Falling for Rachel"

When rugged Zack Muldoon needs a tough, no-nonsense lawyer, Rachel's not what he has in mind -- till he discovers there's more to this long-legged beauty than meets the eye... and finds himself FALLING FOR RACHEL.
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From the back cover: "Hot-blooded and hardheaded...Sisters Natasha and Rachel Stanislaski may share their Ukrainian fmaily's dark good looks and passionate nature-but there the similarity ends.
Taming Natasha: her fiery terperament held men at bay, and the secrets in her past kept her heart hidden, but then she met her toy shop customer's wildly attractive father....Spencer Kimball just might be the one man who could tame her.
Falling for Rachel: she was a cool, classy public defender who was used to being in control. But that was before she and rugged bar owner Zack Muldoon were assigned joint custody of his charming-and delinquent-kid brother, and she discovered that the heart could not be overruled."
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good condition.
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My sister read.