Inner Harbor by Nora Roberts

The third book in the series Chesapeake Bay is Inner Harbor and is best yet.

With Cam and Ethan attached to a women it is Philip’s turn but he will be blindsided when Dr. Sybill Griffen comes into the picture. He falls for her quick but she is hiding something. She came telling everyone she was writing another book but her observations are all about the Quinns and the newest member, Seth.

I was on the edge of my seat while reading this novel. It wrapped up everything and left it at a happy ending but getting there was tough.

Dr. Sybill Griffen was a nice addition to the books. She was clinical but with a good heart and I liked how she was worked into the book. Her character allowed Roberts to tell the reader the information she knows which was exciting to read about.

All the characters are changing and developing with each book as they are coming closer to finding out all the truth. The third book though I have to say held the most suspense. All the facts will come out and you find out all about Seth and who Sybill is and how she is connected.

The Chesapeake Bay series is a worthwhile series to read. The last book will be about Seth as he will be all grown up.

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Rising Tides by Nora Roberts

I found a great thrill to pick up and read the second book of the Chesapeake Bay series, Rising Tides by Nora Roberts.

Cam and Anna are now married and left for their honeymoon. Philip and Ethan are left with Seth for just a little while. They start a routine to help Seth the best they can but things are now changing for Ethan. Seeing his father from the dead he is trying to figure out what he needs to do to help. That help will be from Grace a woman he has loved for a long time but can’t seem to say it until he isn’t given a choice.

Reading the first one I was off in a hurry to get the second one. The brothers dynamic is perfect. The second book I got fell back into immediately the moment I opened up the book. This time Ethan is the main character but still all the brothers are there.

The past comes out for Ethan and Seth finally. It was a little surprise of how far they were both traumatized in their past. Roberts gives little details again on Seth’s mother and you finally get to read with her in the book. I can’t wait for when she is in the picture and the brothers conquer the problem.

I love to read how Roberts makes each brother with a sorted past because that is how they have bonded. I still want to know all of Seth’s past but Roberts still does not reveal. She keeps you reading until the very end and wanting to read the next.