Sharon Fernandes

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (63 of 70)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,875,754 - Total Helpful Votes: 63 of 70
Immortal in Death (Eve Dallas Investigation) by J D Robb
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I absolutely ADORE Nora Roberts' work and her work as J.D.Robb is even better. Roberts is a real pro at getting the right mix of crime, humour and romance. I can't get enough of her work, and I really should know better than to start reading her books in the evening... 'cos before you know it! its morning!!!!
I love the war of emotions in Lt. Eve Dallas when she's torn between her head and her heart. Her new husband, Roarke of course does not help matters. He sends even my pressure rising. I would absolutely kill (no pun intended!) for a man like Roarke :o) and would probably get arrested by his wife for it.
Ms. Robb .. keep 'em coming!
Hemlock Bay (FBI) by Catherine Coulter
Hemlock Bay (FBI) by Catherine Coulter
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read!, 29 Aug 2002
I was so happy to see Sherlock and Savich back at work together. I first fell in love with the two of them in The Maze. Once again, Catherine Coulter has done a brilliant job. Once I purchased the book, I couldn't put it down till I had reached the last page. I continue to love my favorite duo, and hope there'll be many books in the FBI series with them. Keep up the good work, Catherine!
The Complete Book of Tatting by Rebecca Jones
The Complete Book of Tatting by Rebecca Jones
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
This book is what I consider to be my tatter's Bible. Right from to the basic double stitch to the more complex Cluny Tatting, this is an excellent book that I keep returning to. There are enough patterns in it to get a person hooked on tatting, and I would recommend this book to anyone who is serious enough about this form of lacemaking.

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