Book Review: Nora Roberts’ Serena * Caine

Posted April 24, 2012 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Nora Roberts’ Serena * Caine

Serena * Caine


Nora Roberts

It is part of the , series and is a historical romance that was published by Mira on January 28, 2006 and has 441 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include Irish Hearts, Montana Sky, Carnal Innocence, Playing the Odds, Second Nature, One Summer, Nora Robert, Daniel * Ian, Rebellion, Alan * Grant, The Witness, The Search, Time and Again, Shadow Spell, Blood Magick, The Next Always, The Last Boyfriend, The Perfect Hope, Irish Rebel

First and second in publication-order in the MacGregor family romance series. The couples focus is on Serena MacGregor meeting Justin Blade in the first story while the second story focuses on Caine MacGregor and Diana Blade.

This series is a mess chronologically and has a number of stories combined into single books, so you may want to explore my list of the MacGregor family saga.

Series (chronologically):

Playing the Odds, 3
Tempting Fates, 4

The Stories

Playing the Odds finds Serena MacGregor unknowingly set up with a gambler, Justin Blade. Both swept away and rescued. Read a review I did earlier on this particular story.

Tempting Fates finds Diana meeting her brother again for the first time in two decades where she learns some unpalatable truths about the lies with which she was surrounded even as the protective barriers on her emotions are swept away by Caine MacGregor.

The Cover and Title

The cover is a swath of bright yellow satin in a bustier dress on a diamond-bedecked blonde resting against a brown velvet tufted settee.

The title is simply about the MacGregor siblings featuring in each of the stories, Serena * Caine. (Both are the children of Daniel MacGregor; read his story in Daniel & Ian).