Jewels of the Sun

Jewels of the SunDepois De Um Casamento Falhado E De Uma Carreira Desapontante Como Professora De Psicologia, A Jovem Jude Murray Sente Se No Limiar De Um Esgotamento Nervoso Numa Fuga Desesperada Para A Frente, Decide Abandonar Chicago E Instalar Se Durante Alguns Meses No Chal Abandonado Da Sua Bisav , Na Distante E M Gica Vila De Ard, Na Irlanda.E Cedo Se Apercebe De Que A Sua Vida Nunca Mais Ir Ser A Mesma As Pessoas, As Paisagens E As Hist Rias Antigas Da Irlanda Atraem Na De Uma Maneira Que N O Consegue Compreender A Sua Timidez E Reserva Naturais Diluem Se E Jude Acredita Que Finalmente Encontrou A Paz E, Mais Importante, Que Se Pode Encontrar A Si Mesma.Mas H Mais Para Encontrar O Amor De Aidan Gallagher, O Fascinante, Charmoso E Divertido Dono Do Pub Local E, Com A Ajuda Dele, Os Segredos Mais Antigos De Uma Terra Onde A Magia Ainda N O Morreu.

Nora Roberts is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of than 200 novels, including Come Sundown, The Obsession, The Liar, and coming in December 2017, Year One the first book in The Chronicles of The One She is also the author of the futuristic suspense In Death series written under the pen name

!!> Reading ➵ Jewels of the Sun ➭ Author Nora Roberts –
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  • 416 pages
  • Jewels of the Sun
  • Nora Roberts
  • Portuguese
  • 13 February 2019

10 thoughts on “Jewels of the Sun

  1. Sasha Alsberg says:

    This is my very first Nora Roberts book and I enjoyed it I love the concept of it having Celtic folklore in it and fairy princes I also really liked the main character, Jude, she had such great character development throughout the novel The way she thought was so much fun to read and I relate to her in many ways.Aiden, the romantic interest, I liked him at first but was disappointed that he just wanted to lust over her at the beginning middle of the novel I thought he would be intellectual and would be interested in her for her mind and their shared love for folklore where there was but not the main drive they had for their romance I love books about romance, I just expected from the romance in this one I want to read a romance where the main characters aren t just driven by sex the whole novel but be able to relate to each other on another level, or else it doesn t seem convincing Although sometimes I do want to read a sexy sexy book with just sexiness in it My expectations for this book were fit for a novel that was clearly focused on folklore and the history behind it I ...

  2. Maria Clara says:

    3.5 Leer a la Roberts siempre es un placer y, aunque est historia me ha gustado, se nota que es antigua tanto en la trama como en su pluma Sin embargo, Nora sabe c mo enganchar al lector.

  3. Mai says:

    Talk about rose tinted glasses This woman can t weave a decent plot to save her life, she just keeps spewing out this tired old read on an airplane then bin it while feeling slightly dirty formula This series really takes the biscuit, the cake and hogs all the crisps when it comes to ridiculous over romanticising of Ireland Ard is a nice place to visit but the airy fairy Oh, look at the leprechauns, Seamus crap described in this book doesn t even come close Why the hell do non Ir...

  4. Marisa Sauco says:

    Devorado y disfrutado.

  5. Jazzypom says:

    Yeah, as a Brit, I m going to say this I am ambivalent when American writers write about Europe, especially the lands of their blessed ancestors Nora Roberts is probably one of the reasons why, because her romanticism, blatant sentiment of Ireland gives me the heebie jeebies The musical quality of the accents check , the supposed magic that lies neath every knoll, the air charged with the hum of the good people, and everyone is either kissing a blarney stone or drinking the blessed Guiness I do remember reading that Ms Roberts went to Ireland as an adult, and it was the home of her ancestors, and thus began her literary love affair with Ireland.So Jude Nora s female prototype no 1 the timid, mousy type, waiting to be bolstered by the Tomboy type, or the strictly a female type comes to Ireland, licking the wounds from a marriage gone flat, a teaching career that doesn t have her heart in it, and an unhappy family interesting in it s own way She meets Aiden, who s back from a spell abroad, and her being there on the emerald Isle stirs the spirits of the faieres You see,...

  6. Marcie pollack says:

    I read this trilogy for the first a few years ago and fell in love with all the characters and their stories Nora Roberts has a magical touch that draws the reader in and makes them feel involved with the lives of the characters in her stories I waited to read these after they were all out and read them one right after the other When I was done with the third book I was slightly saddened to know I would not be involved with the lives of Jude and Aiden, Brenna and Sean, and Darcy and Trevor They became like friends and I could wait to see what they were up to next The idea of using a folklore story about the Faerie Prince Carrick and his unfortunate attempts at winning the heart and hand of the human he fell for Lady Gwen was great Carrick s mistakes build the foundations for the three stories and makes it a very beautiful tale It is pretty much a given who the major players will be, but the way they go a...

  7. TL says:

    Actually 334 pages, with preview of book two after Nora Roberts does it again beautiful, almost musical language. weaving everything into a picture you can t help fall in love with I laughed, cried a bit, and raged with them I really felt at home with these people and this setting I want to fly to Ireland now and sit in Gallagher s pub and have a with everyone, watch the occasional fight.I m gushing yes P But this novel was just so wonderful for me, exactly why I love her writing so much sometimes Jude and Aidan were two stubborn but good hearted souls who found their way to each other The journey isn t smooth at all, they have their fights squabbles it was alot of fun to watch.There were a couple times I wanted to smack Aidan upside the head for certain things and I actually commended Jude on one occasion, if I was there I would have bought her a drink.Jude flees Chicago for a break of sorts for six months in her relative s cottage in Ireland Her grandmother is convince she ll find herself there in six months, Jude s not so sure of that.Not to overuse the word but I loved ...

  8. Chitra *CJ* says:

    I m lost in love with you I think I was the moment I saw you, maybe somehow before I ever did You re it for me There was never one before, there ll never be another after Jewels of the Sun is the story of Jude and Aiden I LOVED THIS SO MUCH What a GREAT book I need to laugh and cry and sing all at once So full of emotions. Deep breath In this book, a lost heroine gives up everything she has ever known and escapes by travelling to Ireland, and find happiness, as her grandmother had always suggested There, she is enchanted by the beauty and serenity of the place, learns about magic and folklore, meets ghosts, makes friends for life and discovers the true meaning of introspection and finding one self, all the while falling in love with the charming Irish bar owner Aiden The book has so much to adore so many breathtaking scenes from the hero gifting the heroine a puppy, to the heroine understanding girl friendships from the vividly heartbreaking tales of the past, to the yearnings of the present from passionate lovemaking to fights, heartbreak, groveling, swoon worthy confessions and a HEA I also loved the instances when the heroine finds herself, where her awkwardness meets her inner strength, her finally giving into her secret passions and how the hero was sweet, caring and possessive at the same time, while being sexy and charming T...

  9. Maria Sol says:

    Siempre me cuesta un poco calificar los libros de esta autora porque lo que me pasa es que hay cosas que me gustan mucho, como los personajes y las ambientaciones y otras que no como por ejemplo los eternos relatos de los protagonistas y todas las descripciones que hacen por hojas, como que se hace un poco...

  10. Randall Yelverton says:

    Should explain why I read this While pursuing my Library Science degree, I took a reader s advisory class where we sampled books from across various genres I was assigned this novel for the romance section This n...

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