“Waiting” on Wednesday: The Next Always

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted at Breaking the Spine. The purpose is to spotlight upcoming releases that we are excited for.

The Next Always by Nora Roberts

Paperback: 352 pages
Publication date: November 1, 2011
Publisher: Berkley Trade
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The historic hotel in BoonsBoro, Maryland, has endured war and peace, changing hands, even rumored hauntings. Now it’s getting a major facelift from the Montgomery brothers and their eccentric mother. As the architect of the family, Beckett’s social life consists mostly of talking shop over pizza and beer. But there’s another project he’s got his eye on: the girl he’s been waiting to kiss since he was fifteen…

The newest of Nora Roberts trilogies comes out in November! I read them, because I always read her romance. They’re usually a nice break from all the angst, heartbreak and drama that I keep coming across in YA books. I’m not too interested in this one, but I will undoubtedly read it anyway.

Author: Kim

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0 Replies to ““Waiting” on Wednesday: The Next Always”

  1. Oh Nora Robert is a great author you can’t go wrong with her! Great choice!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads
    Btw- I’m giving away an ARC of Legend and it ends tonight if you haven’t entered yet. 😉

    1. Thank you for stopping by my WoW. I’ve read (probably) all of her work she’s done as Nora Roberts. I enjoyed almost all of them. They’re my go-to for a good romance read. She is a great choice, but after awhile, it’s all the same really.

      Kim @ Book Munchies

    1. I’m almost like a stalker of Nora Roberts’ books. Haha, or it could be because I get her newsletter. But it seems promising. Her books have been hit or miss lately.

      Thanks for stopping by my WoW.

      Kim @ Book Munchies

  2. I haven’t read her in awhile, but this sounds like one I need to pick up!

    1. Her last quartet was hit or miss with the books. But this one does sound promising.

  3. I love Nora Roberts, I have an entire shelf full of her books. At one point, I thought I’d read almost all of them, but when I checked her site, I’d barely read half! I can’t wait to see what new she’s come up with for us!
    Courtney @ Fuzzy.Coffee.Books

    1. I went through a giant Nora Roberts phase during high school. I was at the library so much getting anything of hers I could put my hands on. I’m pretty sure if I went through her book list, I’d have read most of her books. Haha.

      Her last quartet was great overall, because I’d loved the concept. But they weren’t all interesting to read unfortunately. I’m hoping this book is fantastic though, because I’m enjoying the summary so far.

      Kim @ Book Munchies

  4. lindsaycummingsauthor says: Reply

    haven’t read anything by nora roberts before! i follow you here!

    here’s my WOW post! Stop by and let me know what your fav read has been so far this year!! I also posted a review of my WOW..so technically I guess I already finished with my waiting!

    http://lindsaycummingsblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/waiting-on-wednesday-review-of-pledge.html

    1. Compared with some other romance authors out there, Nora Roberts is definitely a favorite of mine. She takes time to develop the plot and the characters.

      I did stop by your WoW, but forgot to mention my fav. read for this year. Which, honestly, I’m having a hard time picking. If I had to choose, it’s a toss-up between “Stay” by Deb Caletti or “Drink, Slay, Love” by Sarah Beth Durst.

      Also, I love that you posted your review of the book with the WoW. I’m so excited for that book now.

    2. Compared with some other romance authors out there, Nora Roberts is definitely a favorite of mine. She takes time to develop the plot and the characters.

      I did stop by your WoW, but forgot to mention my fav. read for this year. Which, honestly, I’m having a hard time picking. If I had to choose, it’s a toss-up between “Stay” by Deb Caletti or “Drink, Slay, Love” by Sarah Beth Durst.

      Also, I love that you posted your review of the book with the WoW. I’m so excited for that book now.

      Kim @ Book Munchies

  5. Sounds like a sweet story. Thanks for stopping by my WoW.
    *I’m a new follower*
    Clean Teen Fiction’s WoW

    1. It does seem sweet, which is probably why I’m excited for this book.

      Thanks for stopping by. I’m following you as well. (:

      Kim @ Book Munchies

  6. I’ve never read a Nora Robert’s book. I can barely get through her stories on Lifetime! I don’t feel so bad since you said you’re not too interested in it yourself…lol…It is a fresh and different choice, though. Definitely surprised to see this after overdosing on YA…Ha ha ha…

    1. Haha, yeah. But I’m not interested after having read almost all her books. There are some good ones, but they’re definitely something you have to want to read. Same here. I feel kind of overwhelmed with all the YA I’ve been reading/ seeing around. So I’m trying to do something different.

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