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Red Lily (In the Garden Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – 30 Nov 2005


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 372 pages
  • Publisher: Jove Books (30 Nov. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515139408
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515139402
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.5 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,421,233 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Nora Roberts is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 190 novels and there are 300 million copies of her books in print. Under the pen name J. D. Robb, she is author of the New York Times bestselling futuristic suspense series, which features Lieutenant Eve Dallas and Roarke.

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Scriber_scouse VINE VOICE on 12 Feb. 2006
Format: Paperback
Red Lily makes up the final third of Nora Robert's latest paranormal romance. This series got off to a fairly lacklustre start with Blue Dahlia and started to show some spice in the middle instalment Black Rose. Here the established main cast is well drawn, giving the reader the welcome chance to pop in and check how the previous characters are getting on- I'm particularly fond of David even if he is too stereotypically gay at points. The dialogue is as bitingly funny as ever, but this trilogy lacked the sparkle of the Three Sister's Island, or Ardmore series for me. Be prepared to have to read lots of gardening information unless you skim it as I did. SKIM! Lots of unsubtle metaphors about grafting plants together to make a unique whole abound, believe me you will thank me for this advice later, unless you are Alan Titchmarsh...
Hayley and baby Lily are doing fine at Harper house, although they are still no closer to discovering the past of the mad Harper bride ghost who walks the house and has crooned lullabies to generations of Harper babies within its walls. Hayley finally realises how drawn she is to Harper, but in true romance style spends a lot of time procrastinating because he's the boss. Hayley who I liked the best after Roz of the female cast is slightly whiny and not as fun in this installment, which was a great shame.
Luckily, the best parts of the story are the truly creepy portions where the ghost manifests, especially when she possesses Hayley for short periods of time. One of the drawbacks of Robert's trilogies is that by the time you reach its conclusion you have a very good idea who the final character will end up with; this remains true here.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 30 Oct. 2005
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Red Lilly is the third and final instalment of the " in the garden" trilogy. And i have to say it is the weakest of the lot.
Hayley as we all know, came to Roz's home pregnant and alone, she came looking for her very distant family her only family now that her father has died. What she found was a place to make home for herself and her daughter Lily. She has also found love with Roz's son Harper, only neither of them know it yet.
As with the previous two stories, we have a ghost who we now know is called Ameila and who might have had a child here,and who might have lived here, nobody's really sure of that yet.
All the other charactors are here, Stella her two boys and Logan her new husband. Roz and ner new husband Mitch, who also happens to be investigating the ghost and of course there's David,surrogate son to Roz and cook extraudinare(!).
I love all these charactors and have really enjoyed their stories.
But Red Lilly was lacking that certain something.I didn't really like the way in which Hayley had developed,she has become miss goody two shoes, and she's always feeling sorry for herself. " she really shouldn't have feelings for Harper,as he's her boss's son". Blah Blah.
I also didn't enjoy the way in which the ghost had become so menacing, she's inhabating Hayley's body,a little bit of possession going on there, and i hated the fact that Harper and Hayley keep going around in circles before one of them admits to the other that they are in love.
The previous two books had some light comedy as well as being a seriously well written book. This book feels lost.
And last but not least, JD Robb has invaded this story, there was quite a bit of dialogue from which i would expect Dallas to sprout off.
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I loved this series by Nora Roberts and this book Red Lily was a lovley way to end things, Roz is married, Stella and Logan are married and settled and talking of having more babies, So it's Haileys turn to find her HEA, and as expected its with Harper (Roz's son) Harper already has a thing for Hailey and dotes on Lily her daughter so already they seem like a ready made family, but the Harper ghost is not happy! Amelia (the ghost) kicks up her game and starts possesing Hailey and getting in her head and making her think jealous, hateful thoughts, I am a big Nora Roberts fan and this series was better the 2nd time around, I would of liked to see David get his HEA or at least hear at the end he found someone, but alas that wasn't to be, other than that I have no complaints, Harper and Haileys relationship was sweet and getting the full story on Amelia wrapped up the series for me, even if she was a crazy jealous Loon!
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By Oscar on 13 Nov. 2013
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My Mother and her two sisters have been in a long argument over this book for several months "who lent it to who, and who's got it now" it almost got nasty, and none of them able to find a replacement. Thanks all round to Phil (me) and Amazon, at the right price, they now have 1one each. Brownie points all round!!!

P.S My aunt found the original copy at the back of a cupboard three days after I placed the order. SUPRISED. Not me.
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By Mrs. L. M. Darlow on 30 July 2009
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Another bestseller from Nora Roberts. So many emotions and what an ending!! The characters are all so human and totally believable. You start to actually believe in the paranormal and some of the gardening tips (as part of the story) are really useful. If you want an absorbing and enthralling book this is it. If you want to be transfixed then read the whole trilogy. Now I have discovered Nora Roberts I may have to buy ALL her books.
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