Remember When

  • Title: Remember When
  • Author: J.D. Robb Nora Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780399151064
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Remember When In Part One New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts introduces us to Laine Tavish known to the folks in Angel s Gap Maryland as the proprietor of Remember When an antique treasures and gi
    In Part One, 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts introduces us to Laine Tavish, known to the folks in Angel s Gap, Maryland as the proprietor of Remember When, an antique treasures and gift shop They have no idea that she used to be Elaine O Hara, daughter of the notorious con man Big Jack O Haraor that she grew up moving from place to place, one step aheIn Part One, 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts introduces us to Laine Tavish, known to the folks in Angel s Gap, Maryland as the proprietor of Remember When, an antique treasures and gift shop They have no idea that she used to be Elaine O Hara, daughter of the notorious con man Big Jack O Haraor that she grew up moving from place to place, one step ahead of the law But Laine s past has just caught up with her Her long lost uncle has visited her shop, leaving a cryptic warning before dying in the street, run down by a car Soon afterward, Laine s home is ransacked Now it s up to her, and an enigmatic stranger named Max Gannon, to find out who s chasing her, and why The answer lies in a hidden fortune a fortune that will change Laine s life.In Part Two, J.D Robb takes us to New York City in 2059, and puts Lieutenant Eve Dallas on the case The treasure that Laine and Max sought has never been fully recovered And now someone else is pursuing the missing gemsmeone who s willing to kill for them Sharp witted and sexy, Even is used to traveling in the shadowy corners outside the law, in a future where crime meets cutting edge technology She will attempt to track down the diamonds once and for all and stop the danger and death that has surrounded them for decades.In 2010 the two stories in this book were published separately with new titles Hot Rocks by Nora Roberts and Big Jack by J.D Robb.

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    About J.D. Robb Nora Roberts


    1. J.D Robb is the author of the 1 New York Times bestselling In Death series and the pseudonym for 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts The futuristic suspense series stars Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant with a dark past Initially conceived as a trilogy, readers clad for of Eve and the mysterious Roarke Secrets in Death, on sale September 2017, is the 45th entry in the series.


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    1. The first time I read this book I was already a Nora Roberts fan, but had not read any J. D. Robb books. I normally don't get into futuristic or murder mysteries much.After reading this book I was hooked. I began aquiring all the JD books and promptly turned my daughter onto them. We are now in the process of completing her collection, as I already own them all.I Would recommend this series ( death) to anyone who likes a) a good 'who done it' b) a REALLY good love story c) ongoing series stories [...]

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    2. The book “Remember When,” originally published in 2003, is listed as a work by Nora Roberts. It actually contains two novellas, whose titles are founts of great originality: Part One and Part Two. Part One is written by Nora Roberts and contains a romantic suspense that takes place in 2003. Part Two of the omnibus picks up the story fifty-six years later, in 2059, as a novella written by Roberts using her pseudonym, J. D. Robb. Robb takes the conclusion of Part One and has its consequences f [...]

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    3. Comprei este livro como prenda de Natal para a minha mãe. Ela nunca tinha lido nada da Nora Roberts e como este junta os dois estilos (o romance da NR e o policial da JD Robb, que foi dos aspectos que me chamou mais a atenção) pensei que lhe podia dar um "2 em 1". Ela devorou e adorou o livro e eu também!O livro encontra-se dividido em duas partes. A primeira parte (escrita como Nora Roberts) traz-nos a história de Laine Tavish (ou Elaine O'Hara) e Max Gannon. Achei que neste livro o romanc [...]

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    4. I think this is the book where Roberts announced that she is J.D. Robb, but I really feel that it could have been better done. This book has since been split into two separate books: Hot Rocks and Big Jack, but I think that splitting the book has done it a disservice as it really needs to be read as a whole to capture the nuances completely.The first half of this book is the Hot Rocks half, and I have to say, I wasn't that impressed with this plot! Lainie and Max had nothing of the courtship or [...]

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    5. Take note: This is the only Nora Roberts book I have ever liked I think it was the combining of the two stories and the two styles that Nora Roberts/JD Robb uses in her writings. Clever. It will probably be a long time before you hear me use clever or like regarding Nora Roberts again-- even though three people I adore tend to find her books what they need at a certain time. FROM THE PUBLISHERShe's one author - with two number-one New York Times-bestselling careers. As Nora Roberts, her novels i [...]

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    6. A book of 2 halves. The first set in the present day - the second in the land of "In Death". I could have done without the first half really.A diamond heist is the basis of both stories. Laine runs an antiques store in the middle of nowhere - an old family friend visits and ends up dead. She doesn't know what he wanted but it seems some people think she's hiding something. Her house is burgled etc. A smoking hot PI (Max) becomes interested in her (love at first sight). Laine isn't who everyone t [...]

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    7. I wasn't about to read this book just because I'm usually not interested in spin-offs. But I've discovered that it fulfils some of my challenges, so I gave it a chance. I wasn't disappointed.These are two stories in one book. Both are connected by stolen diamonds. The first one is about Laine and Max, she is a daughter of one of the thieves and he is a privet eye looking for the jewels for the insurance company. They find most of the diamonds but not all of them. The second story is one of the E [...]

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    8. Nora Roberts is one of those writers who produces such a large volume of work it was necessary to use several names so as not to dilute the brand. Now that she is a famous best-selling author all these connections can be made public, hence JD Robb is in fact Nora Roberts. Now I knew all this when I began the JD Robb series – future NYC cop Eve Dallas and her band of friends solve gruesome murders in the 2050’s – but was okay with it. Even though I have read all 28 of the regular books I ha [...]

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    9. I just finished listening the audio, and what a great book. The audio cd consists of 14 discs, evenly divided between the back story Nora writes under her own name and the "In Death" section. What I especially love is the connection breaching the time barrier and the length of the Robb portion is twice as long as her shorter novelettes. There's a lot of substance to each story, and in the Robb story, we get a lot of Peabody humor as this is the first book after she passes her detective exam. We [...]

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    10. This book contains two stories.Laine Tavish is a small town antique store owner. She has escaped a life on the run with her father, Big Jack O'Hara. Jack was a con man and thief. Laine has settled down to a nice rural life when her long-lost uncle comes into her store, gives her a cryptic message and runs outside to die from a car accident. Soon afterwards Laine's house is ransacked.Max Gannon is working with the insurance company to find some diamonds which have been stolen. Max and Laine team [...]

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    11. Loved this one when I read it Perfect mix of romance and mystery, even though it's as cheesy as romance novel get (love it!):) Am I the only one that got confused by the fact that this book was published under a different name "Hot Rocks"only a few years later (2005) Nowhere does it mention that this is a reprint of the SAME book I was excited about "Hot Rocks" and started reading it with enthusiasm, only to realize that I have already read it under a different name - "Remember When"!!!

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    12. Overall - 4 stars!Part 1 (Nora Roberts) - 3 starsPart 2 (J.D. Robb) - 5 starsRemember When is a very good read. I haven't read many Nora Roberts books, but am an avid fan of the J.D. Robb In Death series, thus my reading Remember When, as it contains book 17.5 of the In Death series.I had a fairly hard time staying engaged throughout Part 1 (the Nora Roberts novella). While it was a nicely written contemporary romance, it was not quite my cup of tea. But it was necessary because it sets the back [...]

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    13. This is two novellas written by Nora Roberts and her alter-ego J. D. Robb. I re-read the In Death series and re-read the second part of this book as I do so. It is a nice edition to the series and involves solving and finding lost diamonds. The two stories together work very well and you should read both.

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    14. I enjoyed this two story book, the first was very much vintage nora roberts with a sweet love story and a story of suspense. The next was a JD Robb book with Eve as the center solving a mystery. A good combination of the two writing styles that she has. I enjoyed this book and it gives you a look at JD Robb books and it fits in the In Death series.

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    15. Great book, loved the 2 different parts, and it was just really good!

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    16. Loved it started out in our life time and then years in the future Eve Dallas and peabody take over !! Loved the switch over :)

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    17. Combination Eve Dallas story with a present day story. 18th in the "In Death" series. I liked the Eve Dallas (second) half best, but the first half was enjoyable too.

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    18. The first half is a typical Nora Roberts Romantic suspense thriller about stolen diamonds, a gang of thieves with a deadly psycho who's willing to kill everybody in his way To Have It All, the daughter of one of the thieves, Lanie Tavish, trying to hide from her father's con man/thief past, the insurance investigator, Max Gannon, who forces her to confront her past - and falls in love with her in the bargain. They recover three-quarters of the diamonds, but can't find what Alex Crew, the psycho, [...]

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    19. The first half of the book is the love story of Laine and Max. Max is a PI on the look out for jewelry stolen and he believe Laine's father stolen them. And now a mad killer is after her. The second half take places about 50 years later. The case: Andre: house setter. Samantha's friend is murder while she was on tour about her book about the 52 Heise. Eve is call to find the killer. Great story.

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    20. Este livro é a compilação de dois géneros literários, escritos pela autora, Nora Roberts e o seu pseudónimo J.D.Robb. A autora decidiu dividi-lo em duas partes, uma para cada género. Depois de ler a primeira parte, e como nunca tinha tido contacto com a escrita de J.D.Robb (apersar de serem a mesma pessoa, nota-se algumas diferenças) fiquei um pouco confusa no inicio da segunda parte. No entanto assim que percebi o que se tinha passado, dei comigo a devorar completamente a segunda parte [...]

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    21. April 22-24, 2016This book consists of two novellas, which have also been published separately—one by Nora Roberts and one by her alter-ego (alternate personality? ;) ) J.D. Robb. (The shelving might be a bit confusing, so I put the appropriate opposing shelves in parentheses after the titles.):Hot Rocks by Nora Roberts (contemporary, rural)This half of the book is a contemporary (2003) romantic suspense novella. It's a bit weird to have listened to like 17 In Death books in a row, then listen [...]

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    22. Originally published on my blog here in September 2004.This is an extremely unusual collaboration - because J.D. Robb is Nora Roberts under a pseudonym. The reasoning behind billing the novel like this is quite simple, however: under the two names, she writes stories within different genres. Roberts is the name she uses to write romantic thrillers, and Robb is used for her science fiction detective series featuring Lieutenant Eve Dallas. The story here comes in two parts; in the first half we ha [...]

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    23. The first in which Roberts writes the first part as Nora Roberts and the second as JD Robb. In the first half, we are introduced to Laine Tavish. An antique store owner with a questionable past. Her father, Big Jack O'Hara has committed the crime of a lifetime. He and some associates stole a fortune in diamonds, hid them in innocuous objects and walked right out of the Diamond Exchange. Now, one of the associates, Alex Crew is out to get the whole package, not just his cut and he'll do anything, [...]

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    24. This was a fun book primarily for the novelty factor. Nora Roberts wrote half the book as herself, and the other half using her alter ego J.D. Robb. The Nora Roberts half (the beginning) was a bit of a romance with a mystery side plot. And, in normal "In Death" fashion, the second half of the book was Eve and company investigating a murder. The connecting thread is diamonds that were stolen in the 2000's that are still missing in the 2050's. The children and grandchildren of some of the characte [...]

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    25. Do you know how much I loved this book?Seriously:This book contains a contemporary romance/mystery + a futuristic crime/mystery, which turn out to be connected. Together they are A-mazing. I mean it. I was surprised by how much I loved the contemporary romance, since I didn’t have high expectations for it going in. It probably had to do with the fact that the romance was balanced by a touch of mystery and intrigue, plus a diamond heist! And then the futuristic second half of the book just reaf [...]

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    26. The second half of Remember When is an In Death series story, taking place about 50 years after the romantic suspense story told in Part One of the novel. In Part Two, Eve and her team are investigating a murder that occurs in the apartment of Samantha Gannon, granddaughter of the romantic couple in Part One who were involved in the partial closure of a world famous diamond heist. Samantha Gannon has written a book about the diamond heist to which her family was so closely involved and it looks [...]

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    27. This is a combo of a Nora Roberts romance with a JD Robb in Death. Both were average stories. I found myself somewhat bored with the reading. I've read them previously and wasn't thrilled to revisit them. The romance was too fast. Within two days, they are having sex and declaring their love for each other. This just seems too fast for me. As for the in Death, it was better than the Roberts romance but didn't grab me and hold me. As usual, once I got part of the way into the story, it grabbed me [...]

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    28. I loved the ending! The first 100 pages of Part One were very intriguing as the mystery unraveled. Then many questions were answered. The plot got very sappy. The romantic stuff was just a bit too much for me, and Part One ended happy but sappy. Then Part Two picked up with an interesting new mystery and the plot improved substantially. I am glad that I did not give up reading the book when I completed Part One!

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    29. I enjoyed this, but not as much as the other In Death books. I think that it was mismanaged expectations on my part, since I didn't even read the summary, and I didn't realize that the first half was going to be by Nora Roberts (did people not know that Nora Roberts and JD Robb were the same person when this was published?) and not feature the In Death characters that I've come to love until the second half by "JD Robb."

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    30. Remember When by J. D. Robb (8/10)Romantic Suspense/Futuristic Suspense. This was the start of some holiday reading, so I decided to take some of the J. D. Robb books and a romance series for nice, uncomplicated reading. This one had a modern first half and a second half with Eve and Roarke. It was a clever idea and an okay story, but it meant neither story got the full detail it deserved.[Copied across from Library Thing; 5 November 2012]

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