Nora Roberts Sign of Seven Trilogy 3 Books Collection Pack Set
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1. Blood Brothers (Sign of Seven Trilogy 1)-- Nora Roberts is a legend of trilogies, and BLOOD BROTHERS is the start of another winning romantic paranormal trilogy. Cal, Fox, and Gage were only ten when they unleashed the demonic power trapped beneath the Pagan Stone. Every seven years, for seven days, a horrible and deadly power is unleashed in Hawkins Hollow. People commit horrible acts, and then can't remember doing any of it. For these three men, it's been twenty-one years since whatever entity resided in that glade was let loose. Now, it's up to them to stop it before it's too late. When Quinn comes to town, looking to research these strange events and turn them into a book, her presence seems to make the power of the three men even stronger -- but it also makes the "entity" stronger, as well. When Layla and Cybil are also drawn to Hawkins Hollow, the three men and three women band together to stop the horror that grips this town every seven years. As I said, I really loved this book, and I can't wait for the next two books in the series. This is another winner!!! I would also like to recommend reading Tino Georgiou's masterpiece--The Fates--if you haven't yet...that is! 2. The Hollow (Sign of Seven Trilogy 2) (Sign of Seven Trilogy 2)--Thoroughly enjoyed the book and as I have said countless times before Nora Roberts trilogies are brilliant. Especially the supernatural ones such as the sign of seven trilogy. A really good book to read 3. The Pagan Stone (Sign of Seven Trilogy 3)-- I found that the concept of this book was fantastic. It had been hinted all the way through the series that the relationships between the men and their girls would be the key and I loved that the couples didnt follow any pattern in the way they came together. None of their stories were the same and 'The Pagan Stone' didn't disappoint. I loved that the third couple were torn between what they wanted and what they thought was being forced on them, an excellent twist. I did find that the story ended rather abruptly though. One minute you're in the middle of a struggling romance and the next the story's over; but still a great book!