Red Lily (In The Garden Trilogy #3) by Nora Roberts Paperback Book

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Rent Red Lily (In The Garden Trilogy #3)

Author: Nora Roberts

Format: Mass Market Paperback, Paperback, Abridged-CD, Paperback, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Berkley Pub Group

Published: Dec 2005

Genre: Fiction - General

Retail Price: $8.99

Pages: 384

Synopsis

Three women meet at a crossroads in their lives, each searching for new ways to grow--and find in each other the courage to take chances and embrace the future.

With the undying support of her friends, Hayley and her new daughter have laid down roots in a new town. But when one of those friendships blossoms into something more, Hayley must choose between two different kinds of love....

Third in a new trilogy from the #1 New York Times bestselling author

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Reviews

BookLender review by Carolyn on 2007-07-19 23:25:48

The final book of the “In The Garden” series where the mystery of Amelia is revealed. This was the least satisfying of the three books because ti depends more on stereotype and romance novel formula. I didn’t like Hayley that much because her personality got too hard to take after awhile with her “Oh poor me” lament, her stubbornness and her mood swings. She wasn’t too smart either and was overwhelming in her cuteness. That girl needs to get her some PROZAC and practice some abstinence! Harper was not much better as a male character with his ”Me man“ attitude, beating his chest and saying “I will protect you and I’m the man so I will take care of everything and because I am right I don’t need to consult you.” I'm surprised he didn't say to Hayley 'Don't worry your pretty little head about it'! He definitely needs to get with the program and learn that women have been emancipated for years! The whole idea of the stories is that opposites attract but I honestly wouldn’t think these two would make it as a couple in the real world. So that part of the story was disappointing but the rest was very good and worth reading. I think BLACK ROSE is the best of the three books and on the whole the series is one of Roberts' best.

BookLender review by TPrince on 2007-12-18 12:43:50

Being the last of the In The Garden trilogy, I wasn't disappointed in this installment. I appreciated Harper and Hayley. From the first book I wanted them to get together. I was hoping to a better end when it came to the Amelia mystery. I couldn't understand her hatred of men including those in her own family line. But all in all, it was a good, quick read.

BookLender review by Anna on 2008-11-12 09:45:07

This was such a great book! I was so sad to see the series end. You really fall in love with all of Nora's characters.