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Savour The Moment: Number 3 in series (Bride Quartet) by [Roberts, Nora]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

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"It's impossible to deny Roberts's flair for sketching likable couples."

"It's the ultimate feel-good wish-fulfillment fantasy, and Nora Roberts is a true pro at delivering on those."

"This is the romance and grandeur of love that Roberts's fans have come to expect."

"Charming...delightful."

No one writes relationships as well as Ms. Roberts, with the subtleties and quirkiness of the give and take of friendship and romance.


It s the ultimate feel-good wish-fulfillment fantasy, and Nora Roberts is a true pro at delivering on those.


It s impossible to deny Roberts s flair for sketching likable couples.


Charming delightful.


This is the romance and grandeur of love that Roberts s fans have come to expect.

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"No one writes relationships as well as Ms. Roberts, with the subtleties and quirkiness of the give and take of friendship and romance, and Laurel and Del's story highlights her gift at its best." Fresh Fiction
It s impossible to deny Roberts s flair for sketching likable couples. "Publishers Weekly
""The evolution of a longstanding friendship into passion-ate love is delightfully explored in this warmly romantic tale. Roberts never disappoints and this book is the perfect cure for whatever ails you!" "RT Book Reviews
" It s the ultimate feel-good wish-fulfillment fantasy, and Nora Roberts is a true pro at delivering on those. Errant Dreams"

Book Description

Now the big day has finally arrived, it's time to . . . savour the moment.
Enjoy the third installment of Nora Roberts' highly successful Bride quartet


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 887 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (23 April 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003IW7NJS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,289 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The third book in the Bride Quartet is a beautiful, light-hearted and happy novel about love and friendship.

Laurel and Del have known each other since they were children. Laurel is like a sister for Del, but for her he is the one man she has secretly loved for years.
A heated discussion and a suprising kiss changes everything. They move on to a romantic relationship. Laurel is happy that Del and she are finally more than good friends, but also fears that she will never be the one for him. Del on the other hand is suprised by his feelings for Laurel, nevertheless he is willing to do everything to give them a real chance for a happy end.

I enjoyed reading "Savor the Moment" a lot. Laurel and Del are a great pair and I loved reading about them and the rest of the characters. There is no real drama going on and that's something I appreciate a lot. The story concentrates solely on the characters and the love affair and that's just great.
No development in the book is rushed and Laurel and Del (and the others) have time to get used to the new direction of their relationship. Some may find this boring but I love to get the chance to form a bond with the characters and to understand their personalities.
It was also a joy to learn more about the other main characters in the series. They made me a laugh a lot and especially Mrs. G was heart-warming.

I'm already excited for the final book in the series and to read how Parker and Mal get their "Happy Ever After". Mal fits perfectly in the circle of friends and he seems to be the one man that can help Parker to relax and even forget about her BlackBerry.
I love that Nora Roberts is a stickler for details and that she makes her characters three-dimensional. And that's why in the end I want to thank her for writing yet another book to fall in love with.
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By Detra Fitch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 May 2010
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Laurel McBane did not come from a rich family, but she eventually found her way to fulfill her dream of attending culinary school. Now Laurel is part of a business with her three best friends to plan and organize weddings for clients. Laurel creates sinful confectionary delights for the clients' weddings and parties. This also has the added benefit of coming into contact with Parker's hunky brother, Del.

Laurel has had a crush on Delaney "Del" Brown for most of her life. Even though she still believes that the Ivy League lawyer is out of her reach, Laurel's temper has her kissing Del in a moment of madness ... and everything changes for them both.

**** FOUR STARS! The Diva of Desserts is falling into Romance's trap. Laurel finds it to be as sweet as her wedding cakes. The author has succeeded in making her characters totally believable. Unlike the perfect heroines in most other novels, this cast of ladies cannot eat anything and never gain an ounce. This tight group of friends hit the gym daily. It is only one of the many details Nora Roberts uses to bridge the gap between the reader and the story's characters. I could not help but come to care for Laurel and her friends. I felt as if I were part of their private circle. Charming, witty, and filled with quirky humor, this story will tickle your funny bone while also melting your heart. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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Book three in the Bride Quartet, this is Del and Laurels book, Del is Parkers brother, (one of the Quatert) and Laurel is the baker one of the four Quartet! Laurel has had a sercret love crush on Del for forever and decides after a heated arguement with him at one of the weddings the girls are in the middle off to plant a kiss on him, after getting over the shock and stealing her Prada shoes, Del begins to see Laurel as more than family, its another great book in the series, it shows a grerat side to the wedding buisness for anyone getting married and gives the books such a lovely romantic feel when you are reading all about the flowers, and cakes and dresses, loved this and great to see Mal make a bigger edition to the group next up is his and Parkers book.I am a big fan of Nora Roberts and this series is one of the reasons why, all the books are full of romance and a great bond between four women who run a buisness together loved this and have read it over and over again
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I like Nora Roberts as she is a good story teller, however this was a bit like watching paint dry. A very predictable ending and I got fed up with the will I wont I thing going on between the two people. The setting was also unrealistic.

Has Roberts lost the will to write?
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As usual Nora Roberts gives a fantastic read. I was able to catch up with the characters from the previous books in the series. I love the fact that in a Nora Roberts series you get to know what happens after the end of the book. if you read book one and two you will have seen this romance coming. However you would never figure out the way it unfolds. it was another fantastic series that I can visit again and again.
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As an avid fan of Nora Roberts I feel somewhat disappointed by the Bride Quartet. Whilst I agree with other reviewers that the characters are quite well-developed and realistic, I feel that many of her other triolgies and series have had more content. I feel that Dell and Laurels relationship could have been padded out and developed further. The two characters have been friends for years and their change in relationship seemed sudden, and to be honest, developed without many hitches. Although I prefered it to the first book, I thought that the second novel, focusing on Jack and Emma had a more developed storyline. Parts of this novel seemed too rushed - for example, the long-awaited vacation - and could have been lengthened out. Still worth a read as Roberts is an excellent and descriptive storyteller, alhough if you are a newcomer to Roberts I would urge you to read some of her other works as they are truly brilliant.
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