I bought this book for just something to read on a long flight but I could not put it down!!! Its a modern day treasure hunt with a evil villian and of course ... romance!!! If you read this book and like it I suggest you read "Hot Ice" by Nora Roberts and "The Book of Seven Delights" by Betina Krahn.
This is my favorite NR book to date!!! I'm only listing it because I have 2 copies!! I am hoping she will write a sequel to it!!!!
I have been reading Nora Roberts for YEARS. I love her writing, all of it. There are some I like better than others but I always like the story.
Three Fates, in my opinion is BY FAR her best single title ever. It is lovely and funny and sad WOW! I just reread it for about the bazillionth time and it once again jumps out as my favorite.
I love her series and trilogies and have a few of them as my favs...but for single titles this one is it for me.
If you haven't read it yet, give yourself a treat and try it now. If you like Nora you will not be disappointed!!
"There is no such thing as 'too many' books. Someone has to own them and it might as well be us." Nora Roberts
This book as absolutely charming, exciting, and very funny.
The book starts out with Malachi and Tia.
Malachi is the oldest brother of an Irish family. His family has a legendary story from a great-great grandfather, who had brought a silver Fate statue into their family. However, he knows there are two others. So he tracks down someone, who is somewhat unsuspecting to his intentions for information.
Tia is totally clueless, and very adorable. She's a book writer, and studies in the greek mythology. She's kinda kookie, and she's not sure how much she can trust Malachi. She needs plenty of advice from lawyer and hairdresser to help her see things clearly. She also has this goofy attribute from her mother; she's very obsessive compulsive with the maniacal many diseases that her mother has instituted in her to plague her mind.
There are also secondary stories intermixing: With Gideon, the second brother and an exotic dancer running through Rome and being chased around New York. And also Rebecca, the younger sister gets pulled into the mix with a wealthy New York security executive, who also collects sculpted art and has a personal interest in the Fates.
Excellent! Kept me guessing through the whole book. One of Nora's best!