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review The Return of Rafe MacKade (MacKade Brothers Book 1) Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ ❴Reading❵ ➸ The Return of Rafe MacKade (MacKade Brothers Book 1) Author Join or create book clubs – Dcmdirect.co.uk From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts meet Rafe MacKadCcessful and still dangerously good looking Rafe MacKade plans to open a bed and breakfast with the help of antiue shop owner Regan Bishop Though independent Regan claims to not want to get involved with a rebel working in such close. Nora Roberts doing what she does so well As a longtime fan of Roberts' work I was not disappointed at all The plot is perfect The characters are young virile strong and ambitious The setting is an old and decaying inn sitting atop a hill overseeing the town that has seemed to move beyond its aged walls The MacKade brothers are known for their wild antics so having Rafe serious about this old inn is really unusual Then add to that the young attractive woman who comes to town as an antiue dealerinterior decorator The combination is uintessential Roberts What a joy to read the story as it unfolds with lovely descriptions of the decorating of the inn I truly loved it

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Uarters has her struggling to resist Rafes charms And even though she wants to keep their relationship The Return PDF professional Rafe is pretty sure that her reaction to their sizzling kisses suggests otherwisePreviously published. Every now and then a book comes along and surprises me this one was did just that Believe I will be reading of Nora RobertsNice to read a gentle story without the really violent and hard edges I am usually select to read

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The Return of Rafe MacKade MacKade Brothers Book 1From New York of Rafe Kindle #215 Times bestselling author Nora Roberts meet Rafe MacKade of the rebellious and irresistible MacKade brothers Ten years after disappearing from Antietam Maryland the bad boy has come home Cleaned up su. Several years ago as an interlude from my normal diet of heavy thrillers I read Nora Roberts' Chesapeake Bay series about the romantic evolution of a close family of brothers It was an interesting interlude so when I saw this Kindle book was heavily discounted and I needed another interlude I thought I would try againI was stunned at the similarity of the background characters and romantic plot A small country town four brothers with excess testosterone and a strong beautiful female who eventually tames one of the brothers Nora Roberts is one of the most successful authors of this genre who has developed a formula that seems to work time and time againThis time the brother is Rafe the wildest of the bunch in his teens who has returned home after 10 years having made good in real estate development Rafe plans to restore an historic large antebellum house to its former glory and run it as a bed and breakfast On his first day back he meets beautiful strong minded and independent newcomer Regan Jones who is running an antiue shop Rafe commissions her to furnish his project to fit its history and of course plans to get personally closely associated with the beautiful newcomerWhat follows is Roberts's normal plot of immediate physical attraction between the main characters but only a slow realisation that the attraction is than physical Roberts spices things up a bit by introducing the other brothers who have also settled a bit to running the farm and being the town lawyer and sheriff who will feature in the next three books She further spices it up by giving the historic house a ghost from the time of the Civil WarDid I enjoy revisiting the Nora Roberts' formula Yes and No 35 stars As usual it had the sparkle of an author at the top of her game but I felt a bit short changed by the repeat of a plot formula that I remember well Will I read the other books in this series Probably not because reading this book did give me the interlude I needed and I will look for something a bit different when I need another interludeNow somewhat refreshed I am off on the thriller trail again where the plots are not so predictable