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NEW IN 2020


From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes Shelter in Place—a powerful tale of heart, heroism and propulsive suspense.

Within the walls of a tasteful, perfectly kept house in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, young Zane Bigelow feels like a prisoner of war. Strangers—and even Zane’s own aunt across the lake—see his parents as a successful surgeon and his stylish wife…

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Year One and Of Blood and Bone concludes her stunning trilogy that the New York Times Book Review praised as “A match for end-of-the-world classics like Stephen King’s The Stand.”

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the epic Year One returns with a new tale of terror and magick in a brand new world.



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3 hours ago

Nora Roberts

Cian's hard-won personal walls are really no match for the tenacity of connection Hoyt brings to the table. Glenna already sees the truth. Cian just takes a little more time. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Cians hard-won personal walls are really no match for the tenacity of connection Hoyt brings to the table.  Glenna already sees the truth.  Cian just takes a little more time.  ~Laura

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Cian lives his life to avoid pain. His hardened exterior hold a very mushy inside! He needed to be hard in order to survive for so long in this world!!

Glenna is a wise woman and Hoyt is persistent, Cain doesn’t stand a chance ❤️

I love the way Hoyt won't let Cian get out of being his brother.

Cian’s love and connection for family never leaves him as much as he tries to deny it. His denials helped for the 900 years he was alive helped him to survive.

Love Glenna!! She was always so insightful. Her ability to see straight through the rest of the circle’s defenses was always spot on!♥️

Reading this trilogy for at least the third time. I'm on book two. Love Cian!

Glenna was the power that held them together....she saw 👀 brotherly love under all of Cian's bluster and Hoyt's stoic exterior.

Listening to these on audible. The narrator is amazing and really brings the story to life. I love this trilogy!

I'm pretty sure Cian and Roarke are related. And what a fine family tree!! 🔥🔥

AlwAys picture Matthew Mconaghy as Cian.

Great book

Going to reread this trilogy

Love this quote

I FINALLY got the chance to read the trilogy. Great read as usual.

Just read this trilogy. Great story! 🥰

Reading the trilogy for a third time! 🥰📚

Love these stories

Love this trilogy!

...about to go into the "Valley of the Gods"

My favorite trilogy!

Glenna ❤

So good



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23 hours ago

Nora Roberts

Moira and Larkin arrive on the scene. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Moira and Larkin arrive on the scene.  ~Laura

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Moira, the queen to be, has a lot to learn....I believe that is why she is so quiet and studious. She's listening and learning. Larkin is the jokester....yet loyal and true..he followed Moira without as much as a second thought.

This is one trilogy where I dont have a favorite. I just cant choose between Glenna, Cian and Moira. 💚 And is it wrong that I want to cuddle Larkin like the puppy he first turned into? 😁

A long, long time ago, Nora wrote another witchy series. The Donovan Legacy It had Captivated, Entranced, Enchanted and Charmed. I absolutely loved those too!

Love all of the books that take place in Ireland. You can tell that Nora has a Special Feeling for Ireland.

I enjoyed the story, and mostly loved the primary characters, but Moira's repeated "it won't happen agains" set my teeth on edge. Otherwise, I loved her. Someone raised to be a queen should have been more resolute.

This is my favorite trilogy. As I've read later trilogies with similar characteristics, I've loved meeting new characters that remind me of characters I met reading the Circle Trilogy. My FAVORITE character is coming a bit later in this first book... 😉

I absolutely love every character in this series,but Larkin is definitely a favorite. I just love his outlook on life. He just rolls with the punches.

I love Nora's trilogies and all things set in Ireland. It beckons. ty

I have to admit, your books have made me want to visit Ireland, for years. Recently, we found out that our "Scottish" Great Grand Mother, was born in Ireland, before moving to Scotland! So now, I really want to go!

I love her supernatural trilogies. She has such a way of making extraordinary people seem so normal....

Your comments have me putting other books aside an going back to the begging of the trilogy. Love your work, Nora!

OMG!! My second favorite of your trilogies! I've read all three books so many times! Hands down though, my favorite is still the Three Sisters Island trilogy. I just finished rereading Dance Upon The Air for the 100th time? That's one of the things I love about your books. They are worth buying because they are worth reading again and again and again....and again!

Just read this series again last week for the 4th or is it 5th time. Working on Jewels of the Sun, Tears of the Moon, and will start Heart of the Sea. Waiting impatiently for the next new Nora Roberts stories.

I read all three! Awesome! Made a trip to Ireland last year & it was amazing. Loved it!!

I think larking is awesome love moria character too. Xx

Love the character of Moria and hiw she grows during this series

Mothers family is from County Clare. Had a farm in the family over 300 years. Moloney is their name but the spelling was changed on Ellis Island to Maloney. Reading of Ireland through Nora's stories is like visiting home.

I've just started this trilogy and, interestingly enough, I'm at the point where Moira & Larkin have arrived. Lol. Loving it so far.

I have the series but have not read it yet. Sounds like it is about time. Perhaps when I'm done with The Rise of Magicks I'll start it. However I need to finish the Inn Boonsboro Trilogy. All of her books are so good.

Just reread this trilogy this past weekend. I really enjoy Moira. 🥰

This is such a great series. Love it!

I have been sick for the last 2 weeks. So with not being able to to get out of bed, I read the whole trilogy in about 4 days, between sleeping and being awake.

I only just read this back in November for the first time, but I love this world so much! I may have to neglect my TBR pile...

Such a wonderful trilogy . Cant tell you how many times I have reread it.

I’m sooo glad to see I’m not the only one who LOVES this series & have read/listened to it multiple times.

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4 days ago

Nora Roberts

In their first civil conversation, Glenna shows she sees more in Hoyt than Cian. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

In their first civil conversation, Glenna shows she sees more in Hoyt than Cian.  ~Laura

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Cian ..... Being cynical is how he survived for the better part of 900 years. It took "humanity" to give him back his life.

Only because Cian is so cynical. He doesn't know how much Hoyt suffered from his *death*

Cian is so cynical it’s difficult for him to see it being a privilege!! Funny how much that changes by the third book!!

Loved how Cian and Glenna's friendship developed over the series.

Glenna and Cian have great talks and together it feels good especially when they talk about Hoyt

Sounds like a good sparing match in the works

I can't read any quote from Cian without hearing it in the voice on the audio book! I don't know who did the voice on those, but he was perfect! *swoon*

I thought I was crazy rereading the trilogy’s but Morrigans Cross and Dark Witch trilogy’s are my favorites

My Favorite series! The series I saved for last because I thought I would like it least. I’ve read it 7 times in the last 10 years.

I love it when Hoyt stayed with Glenna and Cian went back for Moira.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

I liked Glenna, she didn't wait to put Cian in his place,especially when in his own club,and how she shamed everyone for not being the team Morrigan chose them for.

Conversation between Cain and Glenna are great.

I love Nora's books, but this is one I didn't enjoy too much. Sorry.

Love this series!!! I’m on to dance of the gods now.

Glenna was able to chip away some of Cian's cynicism.

Glenna is the best...

One of my top favorite series to read over again.

Glenna is the other half of Hoyt....he just hasn’t realized it...yet.....

loved it waiting for book 2 and 3 , should be here next week

Love these 2

My favorite trilogy!!

Who else wants the movie version with Tom Ellis (aka Lucifer) as Cian?!?


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