Nora Roberts (aka JD Robb) is one unique and talented writer who is able to write different genres at the same time, and she writes fast. It is no wonder she has so many fans worldwide, and her books are always on the top of the bestselling list.

In Morrigan's Cross, the first paranormal ‘The Circle Trilogy’, the story started in the 12th century Ireland, the hero Hoyt Mac Cionaoith was known as the sorcerer. He lost his brother Cian to an ancient vampiress Lilith into a fellow bloodsucker. Morrigan, the goddess of battle then appeared before Hoyt, who demanded that he shall lead the forces of good against the evil, but before that he should gather five others (consisting of ‘the witch’, ‘the warrior’, ‘the scholar’, ‘the one of many forms’, and ‘the one you’ve lost’), thus the name Circle of Six. He travels to the present day in New York, where he met Glenna Ward, the modern-day witch and reunited with Cian who had adjusted to the modern world some time ago.

In this first trilogy, Nora focuses on the gathering of the six, and it was only the beginning of this exciting trilogy. As the story moves on, romance sparkled between Hoyt and Glenna, as Hoyt began to understand and adjust to the 21st century.

As usual, Nora Roberts has a way of creating well-liked characters and interesting dialogues. Come October (or maybe early November, depending on the publishing schedule), the second and third book will be released subsequently, and am sure it will once again entice the readers to this exciting trilogy.
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7 Responses
  1. Julia Says:

    Great review Melody! I can't wait to read it!

  2. Melody Says:

    Julia, I hope you are able to get this copy soon! ;-P


  3. Julia Says:

    Awwww do I hear the sound of someone bragging? ;) LOL ...just teasing :)

  4. Melody Says:

    Finally I have read one NR novel before Julia gets her copy! LOL!!! You know I'm teasing, girl. ;-P


  5. Julia Says:

    *gasp*...if it wasn't for weren't have known NR books LOL...teasing you again ;)

  6. Melody Says:

    Oh really?! I thought I've heard it from somewhere else...KIDDING!!!


  7. Julia Says:

    *gasp* that right, you did hear it from someone else - I remember it now...her name was...the evil needle lady Bawahaha! ;) Teasing you!

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