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After their sons, Dan and Jason, were born she stayed home.
Calling this her "Earth Mother" years, she spent much of her time doing crafts, including ceramics and sewing her children's clothes. The marriage ended separating, and they obtained the divorce in January In February , a blizzard in forced her hand to try another creative outlet.
She was snowed in with a three and six year old with no kindergarten respite in sight and a dwindling supply of chocolate. During the now famous blizzard, she pulled out a pencil and notebook and began to write down one of those stories. It was there that a career was born.
Several manuscripts and rejections later, her first book, Irish Thoroughbred, was published by Silhouette in as Nora Roberts, a shortened form of her birth name Eleanor Marie Robertson, because she assumed that all authors had pen names. Eleanor wrote under the pseudonym Jill March a story for a magazine titled "Melodies of Love".
Eleanor met her second husband, Bruce Wilder, when she hired him to build bookshelves.
They were married in July Since that time, they've expanded their home, traveled the world. In , she decided adopted other pseudonym so to publish a futuristic-suspense novels, she first decided to use the pseudonym D. MacGregor, but she discovered that this pseudonym was used by another author.
In , her first "In Death" serial novel was published under the pseudonym J. Robb, the initials "J.
She wasn't passive and would yell right back at him and everytime she did he would grab her and kiss her violently. The word "bruising" was used everytime. It was obvious he was using violent kissing as a substitute for actually hitting her into submission, but then he'd go so far as to confirm that in words after he was done. Of course, his "bruising" kisses zap Serenity of all sense and she doesn't consider them what they actually are nor does she focus on his words afterward.
It seriously goes in this vein throughout the entire book until suddenly out of nowhere she's in love with him. What in the bloody hell? At one point they're about to have sex, and he is being kind of violent with it and she tells him she's scared because she's a virgin. He, of course, gets pissed at her. Then at the end he tells her he's "taking what no man's ever had before" throws her on the ground kissing her and groping her and continues even though she's struggling against him but then when she decides that she actually likes it and is ready and capitulates he stops and rolls off and says he realizes he's 'hurt her again and he just can't control his baser instincts with her.
At that point after he finally admits he loves her he's all sweet and tender and loving. So, basically he was violent toward this girl falling just short of actually hitting her and raping her, because he loved her from the moment he set eyes on her but didn't want to admit it?
Yeah, okay. Oh, and he really needed to stop reminding everyone that they're cousins.
It's through marriage, they're not close to being blood relations so it wasn't squicky but the calling her cousin wasn't helpful. Sticking around for the resolution of the promised but often-ignored mystery wasn't worth it.
It was incredibly contrived. I didn't regret sticking around to find out the end of the mystery as much. Same problems with the characters though.
Nicolas didn't want to fall for Morgan so he was a jerk to her. It could have come back from their first meeting due to the extenuating circumstances, but he just continued with the behavior even though he'd then lament how much of a dick he is to her and not wanting to hurt her.
Then, after she's gotten shit-faced drunk and his cousin who she was out with at the time made a point of taking her home as to not take advantage of her, Nick, of course sleeps with her. And is violent about it since he's pissed he's losing control. Morgan, of course, calls it all her fault and is upset when he seems to regret it. He spends an entire long paragraph going on about how he took advantage of her.
They have a back and forth I want to like but she acts like a ditz and he's too demanding.