Birthright

Birthright

Book - 2004
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Overseeing the excavation of an ancient skeleton at a small-town construction site, archaeologist Callie Dunbrook copes with accidents and rumors that the project is cursed, a situation that is complicated by a stranger's claims about her past.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2004, 2003
Edition: Jove mass-market edition
ISBN: 9780515137118
0515137111
Branch Call Number: PAPERBACK Fiction Rob
Characteristics: 502 pages ; 18 cm

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gusmcrae
Sep 12, 2015

I like Nora Roberts' books for a fast-paced, easy-to-read suspense. I tolerate the romance that's sprinkled in. And normally, I enjoy the ride. But "Birthright" had too much romance, not enough suspense, and flat characters who I found it hard to sympathize with.

So, although I stuck it out to find out "whodoneit," I really wouldn't recommend this one to others.

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RachelK29
Jun 08, 2014

Fantastic book - the first book I ever read of Roberts' and the best book of hers, in my opinion. (I have read the majority of her non-series titles). Multiple characters have a solid storyline and Callie and Jake have a great back-and-forth throughout the story that pulls you along. Highly recommended for Roberts fans or anyone who enjoys a good romance.

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skoobme
Mar 17, 2012

loved this book ,a great read

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