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Despite the emphasis on solving a crime in each of the books, the overall theme of the series is the development of the relationship between Eve and Roarke. They hoped to allow the series to stand on its own merits and build its own following. The book became Roberts' first bestselling novel of She has since changed publishers.

In both and , four of the five novels that USA Today listed as the best-selling romance novels of the year were written by Roberts. The New York Times did not review any of those novels. Robb name. In September , for the first time Roberts took the numbers 1 and 2 spots on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list, as her romance Time and Again was number one, and her J.

Robb release Seduction in Death was number two.

As of January 24, , Roberts's novels had spent a combined weeks on The New York Times Bestseller List, including weeks in the number-one spot. As of January 9, , million copies of her books are in print, including 12 million copies sold in alone.

Her novels have been published in 35 countries. This was the first time that Lifetime had adapted multiple works by the same author.

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TIME named Roberts one of their Most Influential People in , saying she "has inspected, dissected, deconstructed, explored, explained and extolled the passions of the human heart. The practice came to light after a reader read Roberts' Sweet Revenge and Dailey's Notorious back-to-back; she noticed several similarities and posted the comparable passages on the Internet. Calling the plagiarism "mind-boggling," Roberts sued Dailey.

She admitted that both Aspen Gold and Notorious lifted heavily from Roberts' work. He can wait till August when we start to negotiate again and let them all lapse. He should see what Frank built, how he lived, what he wanted to do. I train lions, not lawyers. Never thought much use would come of all those fancy books you read, but maybe I was wrong.

Even thinking about him makes me furious. How will I act when I meet him face to face? Colors were just a promise in a pale gray sky.

In the distance was grove upon grove of orange trees. As Jo stepped from the cab of her truck, the fragrance met her. To her, there was no more beautiful sight than dawn struggling to life.

The air was vaguely chilly. She zipped up her gray sweat jacket as she watched the rest of the circus troupe pouring out of their trucks and cars and trailers. The morning quiet was soon shattered by voices. Work began immediately. As the Big Top canvas was being unrolled out of the spool truck, Jo went to see how her lions had fared the fifty-mile journey. Three handlers unloaded the traveling cages.

Buck had been with Jo the longest. His shyness had made his retirement from performing a relief. To Buck, two people were a crowd. He stood six-feet-four, and his build was powerful enough for him to pad the sideshow from time to time as Hercules the Strong Man. He had an impressive head of wild blond hair and a full, curling beard. His hands were wide, with thick, strong fingers, but Jo remembered their gentleness when the two of them had delivered a lioness of a pair of cubs.

He was of indeterminable age. Jo guessed between forty and fifty, but she was never certain. He was a quiet man with skin like polished mahogany and a rich, low-pitched voice. He had come to Jo five years before, asking for a job.

She had never asked where he had come from, and he had never told her. Gerry was nineteen and eager. He was nearly six feet and still carried the lankiness of his youth.

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His mother sewed, and his father was a souvenir salesman, or a candy butcher, as circus jargon had it. At each cage she paused and soothed a nervous cat, calling each by name until they had settled. These were the people from the outlying towns who wanted to see a Big Top raised, who wanted to see the circus, if only for a moment, from the other side.

Some would watch while others would lend a hand with tent poles, stretching canvas and rigging. They would earn a show pass and an unforgettable experience. Buck lumbered beside her. The field was alive with ropes and wire and people. Six elephants were harnessed but idle, with their handlers standing by the stake line.

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As workers pulled on guy ropes, the dusky brown canvas billowed up like a giant mushroom. The poles were positioned—side, quarter, center—while the canvas muffled the sounds of scrambling workers.

In the east the sun was rising fast, streaking the sky with pink. There were shouted instructions from the head canvas man, laughter from adventuresome boys and an occasional oath. As the quarter poles were driven into the sag of canvas, Jo signaled Maggie, the large African elephant.

Obligingly, Maggie lowered her trunk. Jo stepped nimbly into the u, then scrambled onto the wide, gray back. The sun grew higher by the second, shooting the first streams of light onto the field. The scent of orange blossoms mingled with the odor of leather harnesses. Jo had watched the canvas rise under a lightening sky countless times.

Each time it was special, and the first raising each season was the most special of all. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life.

She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her sophomore year in high school, she transferred to a local public school, where she met Ronald Aufdem-Brinke, her future first husband. In August 17, , as soon as she had graduated from High School, Eleanor married, against her parents' wishes.

The marriage settled in Keedysville, Maryland. Her husband worked at his father's sheet-metal business before joining her parents in their lighting company. While, she worked briefly as a legal secretary. 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.But her concentration was threatened, as Ty's dark eyes dared her to become the fiery woman he had once loved.

Please be aware that the delivery time frame may vary according to the area of delivery - the approximate delivery time is usually between business days. 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.

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Calling the plagiarism "mind rape," Eleanor sued Janet Daily. Eleanor has been plagiarized by another best-selling romance writer, Janet Dailey. They need to get back on the road as much as the rest of us. Three years ago, the combination had resulted in a passionate affair. It was there that a career was born. From No.