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Carolina Moon

by Nora Roberts

Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts X
Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2000, 438 pages
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    Apr 2001, 480 pages

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Tori

Great!
The whole idea of the book made me feel like I was watching every little part. There were no physical details like hair color but yet i still seemed to see it crystal clear. I loved the book and was shocked at the results. I am only 13 years old and I love reading. I would love to see a movie based on the book. My name is Tori also and I thought it was funny because my last name is Frazier and its spelled the same way. Well, awesome book keep up the good work!
Ciara

On the edge of my seat
I started reading this book only the other day and i am just hooked. I have been reading it every moment i get. I am almost finished but i just want to know what happens. This book contains a good mix of romance, trajedy and horror. It offers readers an insite into several characters minds. I just wish that i could read the book while at work.
This book is just fantastic, and i will definetly be reading more of Ms Roberts books
Wanda G

This is the first book that I read by Nora Roberts, but not the last. I was hooked after the first page, longing to read what was going to happen next. It was so good I would read on the beach, at the pool, in the car going to eat, and could not go to sleep that night until I finished the book. I had to kiss up to my boyfriend, for ignoring him for a book, and to go to a book store and find another Nora Roberts book the next day. Nora Roberts books are great and very hard to put down, even when you really have other obligations.
brown books

First book I read by Nora Roberts and still the best. Romance, horror but aso exceptionally funny. Love how its supporting characters are completely fleshed out. Especially liked the story of Wade and Faith. Made me go out and buy her entire back catalogue. One of the best decisions made!!!
drama_queen

A real edge of your seat, thriller. I got chills! Very exciting and a wonderfully un-expected ending.
Laurie

This book kept me on the edge of my seat and I could not put it down. Every moment I had, this book was in my hands and I was reading it.
Ashley Mtz.

It was an awsome book! I love all her books they're mysterious and romantic just the perfect blend to keep a reader intrigued..
kim

I loved the book. I didn't want to put it down.....
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