Come Sundown






Published 30th May 2017 Hardback | £16.99

A powerful and passionate novel of suspense from Nora Roberts – the world's greatest storyteller

Love. Lies. Murder. A lot can happen... COME SUNDOWN

Bodine Longbow loves to rise with the dawn. As the manager of her family’s resort in Western Montana, there just aren’t enough hours in the day – for life, for work, for loved ones. She certainly doesn’t have time for love, not even in the gorgeous shape of her childhood crush Callen Skinner, all grown up and returned to the ranch. Then again, maybe Callen can change her mind, given time...

But when a young woman’s body is discovered on resort land, everything changes. Callen falls under the suspicion of a deputy sheriff with a grudge. And for Bodine’s family, the murder is a shocking reminder of an old loss. Twenty-five years ago, Bodine’s Aunt Alice vanished, never to be heard of again. Could this new tragedy be connected to Alice’s mysterious disappearance?

As events take a dramatic and deadly turn, Bodine and Callen must race to uncover the truth – before the sun sets on their future together.



Nora Roberts is the number one New York Times bestseller of more than 200 novels. With over 500 million copies of her books in print, she is indisputably one of the most celebrated and popular writers in the world. She is a Sunday Times hardback bestseller writing as both Nora Roberts and J.D. Robb.

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My Review

It's taken me a while to read my first Nora Roberts but what a book to begin with. At first it seemed like there were two separate stories, the ranch and the abduction of Alice. It was difficult to really appreciate the Bodine/ Callan storyline as Nora Roberts kept giving us tantalising glimpses of Alice's story and to me that was by far the more interesting. add to that a parallel love story to Bodine, that of Jessica and Chase and at times the book felt overly long. With young women being murdered and no plausible suspects it was hard to see where this book was going. About half way through I found myself being caught up in all the stories and the ending brings everything together neatly. Be warned though that Alice's story is tragic and very upsetting and needs the HEA of the romances to offset it. Loved the multi-generational storyline and some fabulous characters.


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Yesterday | 22:25

Wonderful review, for a wonderful lady and Author.

Yesterday | 20:12

Great review for an equally great book by Mary

Yesterday | 18:26

When reading all the reviews I just can not wait to read this for myself. I adore stories of hardship and how they unfold and hopefully have a good ending.

Yesterday | 17:22

Another great review for a brilliant author.

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