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To celebrate the upcoming release of J. Today, Ardi Alspach reviews 3, Immortal in Death. Robb gets better and better as each book comes along, giving hope that this series will only continue to improve and get more thrilling over time. The theme of this novel is trust. Her best friend—the wild and crazy singer Mavis—has a new love: Leonardo. Unfortunately, Leonardo is not without baggage.
Dec 22, PM. We all know JD Robb said, when Eve gets pregnant the series would end. But I just have a feeling, she means when the baby is born, so that we as a reader will still get a chance to see her grow with the pregnancy. See her kick ass with the baby and maybe some good material would just come out of it, how Eve would grow to love the Baby, how to deal with it, while being cop, how everyone else would react to it and how of course Roarke would react to it. But what I just want to know, maybe this is just silly , but would it be a boy or girl and what names would they give the child?? I mean both of them have bad pasts, they wouldn't want to name it after family members, maybe if it was a girl Roarke would give her his mother's name or Summersets murdered daughter's name. But then am not sure it would be a girl.
A social worker names her Eve Dallas and puts her into the foster care system. Eve and Roarke's wedding day (based on the timeline and dates given in.
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In the latest in the series, "Immortal in Death," we find Eve shopping for a wedding dress to wear to marry the hunk, Roarke. If you've read any of the other books in this series, you'll understand why it is so unusual for this tough city cop to be dress shopping.
Immortal in Death, by Nora Roberts, writing as J. Robb, is a murder mystery featuring futuristic homicide detective Eve Dallas. Eve has been a New York City homicide detective for ten years and takes great pride in doing her job well, professionally, and keeping her private and professional lives separate. A recent case, the victim being a child, sparks memories from her unknown childhood that result in recurring nightmares that make it necessary for Eve to somehow connect the two distinct portions of her life. Fortunately for Eve, she has found a friend in Mavis, a loud pop singer with blue hair she had once arrested on a prior case, who cares deeply for Eve and her upcoming marriage to Roarke.
Recently Laura posed a question on Facebook asking what people thought Eve and Roarke might do if they had a free weekend without a murder to deal with. They must, they should. But oh, you say, people have babies all the time! They adjust their lives, they make it work. Yes, it would. For a scene or two.
She was one of the most sought after women in the world. And now she was dead, the victim of a brutal murder. Police Lieutenant Eve Dallas put her life on the line to take the case when suspicion fell on her best friend, the other woman in the fatal love triangle. Beneath the facade of glamor, Eve found that the world of high fashion thrived on an all-consuming obsession with youth and fame. One that led from the runway to the dark underworld of New York City where drugs could be found to fulfill any desire—for a price.. Another great suspense and quite heartbreaking story. The murder in this book involve glamorous top model world and new deadly drugs, also the case was a personal one for Eve, for Mavis become the suspect.