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Daring to Dream ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Daring to Dream Author Nora Roberts – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Um Sonho de Amor constitui o primeiro livro da TRILOGIA DO SONHO um romance enternecedor ue nos dá a conhecer a vida de três irmãs de coração Laura Margo e Kate cresceram juntas no ambiente luxuo Um Sonho de Amor constitui o primeiro livro da TRILOGIA Daring to Kindle - DO SONHO um romance enternecedor ue nos dá a conhecer a vida de três irmãs de coração Laura Margo e Kate cresceram juntas no ambiente luxuoso de Templeton House e juraram amizade eterna mas é chegada a altura de partirem em busca dos seus próprios sonhos e Margo é a primeira a fazê lo Margo é deslumbrante e detentora de uma personalidade votada ao sucesso Mas nada do ue irá alcançar na sua carreira internacional como modelo fará apagar o estigma ue interiormente carrega conuistar o amor e aceitação da mãe Talvez devesse ser mais doce como Laura ou mais lógica como Kate Mas ela é imprevisível espontânea e nada a detém.

  • Capa Mole
  • 368 pages
  • Daring to Dream
  • Nora Roberts
  • Portuguese
  • 07 December 2014

About the Author: Nora Roberts

JD Robb There are than million copies of her Daring to Kindle - books in print.

10 thoughts on “Daring to Dream

  1. C. C. says:

    I liked “Daring To Dream” 1996 and nearly all the characters than any novel receiving two stars However I will not overlook the deluge of plot clichés cookie cutter scenarios dialogue and the creep that Margo; a model who was embezzled to bankruptcy loves If romances are like this I am glad I seldom read them I was thrice appalled at what Nora Roberts thought was acceptable behaviour in her late 1990s and early 2000s novels In this novel too the man she penned is bossy expels anger that becomes preposterously cold is proprietary and physically aggressive Even if he does not harm a lady and it is out of playfulness; nobody should hold anyone's wrists and not let them goJust because someone eventually agrees to copulate does not mean she should be cajoled into it I wish Nora had attempted originality; not choosing “the one to whom you were attracted since childhood ” It is so much realistic to realize she wanted and deserved better In real life we seldom settle for a first potential partner Too few novelists understand that I was astounded and impressed with Juliet Blackwell in her witch series; that her protagonist outgrows her series’ initial love interest Nora created men in three other books I could not possibly respect They are preferable to this one JoshJosh and Laura are wealthy siblings with loving parents They adopted their niece Kate and regard Margo and her Irish immigrant Mother as family She is their trusted live in house manager I love best friends supporting each other no matter where they are However uniue personalities have commonalities Nora was silly about forcing each to be so different they were caricatures logical Kate loyal Laura celebrity Margo I will read the others because I own them

  2. Cyndi Cyndi says:

    Margo the housekeepers daughter has always been in Josh Templeton's life And he's always loved her He has helped her out of a few scrapes but this last one has almost broken her This is a beautiful romance with wonderful characters Nora has the gift of keeping her main hero and heroine in the foreground while setting up the story for the next book and the one after that She's amazing 😊❤️❤️

  3. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    If you like Nora Roberts's books then you will enjoy this one It is pretty much her standard fare with three beautiful and talented female friends about to meet the loves of their lives one at a time of course in each of the three titles of a trilogy I uite enjoyed this one but the two lead characters were actually not very nice and probably deserved each other I do not feel compelled to seek out the next book in the trilogy although I would probably be happy to read it on a beach some day if I happened to come across it Not the best of her books by far

  4. Jonetta Jonetta says:

    This is a good story and introduction of the characters for the trilogy I just didn't like Margo the main character in the story She was just too superficial and self absorbed I enjoyed the relationship between the friends which was the high point of the story It's worth it to read this book just to get to their stories And maybe Margo won't annoy others as she did me

  5. Christopher Rice Christopher Rice says:

    Everything I love about Nora Roberts romance in a single novel A beautiful location rendered in vivid clear eyed prose and a feisty and determined heroine rising to meet the challenges of her life with innovation and skill Disclaimer I'm a sucker for most atmospheric page turners set on the West Coast and the world of this novel and the other two in the trilogy centers around a wealthy family of hoteliers who reside in California's Big Sur region just outside of Monterey I'm a Nora Roberts fan having read a fair amount of her longer and often darker suspense novels But this particular title seemed to feature conflict between the hero and the heroine than included in the other Nora Roberts novels I've read I was all in Loved their fiery passionate arguments as they figured out their boundaries Some of my friends wonder how a gay man like me can be so into romance novels featuring straight characters The answer with Nora Roberts in particular is that while the romance is central the rest of her stories heavily feature large and loving family structures and I love the interplay of their personalities and their clever banter By the time I'm finished reading I feel like I spent time with a group of people I'd love to have dinner with to travel with to spend holidays with Also Nora Roberts writes some of the sharpest and wittiest dialogue in romance if not genre fiction

  6. Lizzy Lizzy says:

    Sometimes I just feel like reading a romance and who's better at good romances than Nora Roberts That's why I read Daring to Dream which allowed me a few hours of enjoyable daydreaming Roberts might be a shopkeeper at heart if you consider her romantic heroines If you like Roberts you certainly already read many of her successful stories and her leading ladies like Margo there's Brianna and her BB Blackthorn Cottage of Born in Ice; Rosalin with her In the Garden nursery of Black Rose; and even the four friends and their wedding planning company Vows of the Bride uartet I could probably go on but those came easily to mind Yeah I really enjoyed these heroines and how they overcame adversity and found professional fulfillment and love Go on and try them if you haven't read them yet and enjoy

  7. Tia Bach Tia Bach says:

    Daring to Dream #1 in the Dream Trilogy follows fiesty Margo Sullivan from her modeling days the inevitable fall from grace and then straight jump into bed with a man who she's known all her life This book and I swear I don't generally say this about Nora Roberts' books felt contrived and silly from the onset I found Margo to be a brat and her newfound love Josh Templeton a jerk with anger and jealousy issues Margo of course the housekeeper's daughter grew up in the fabulously wealthy Templeton household think the Hiltons If you can't imagine caring about Paris' love life skip Margo'sMargo's fall from fame to finding her love and newest successful and money making adventure was too uick and left me not caring all that much about any of them Giving the author the benefit of the doubt I did pick up #2 in the trilogy and I hope it doesn't disappoint After all few of her books haveOne of the things I love about Nora Roberts is her books aren't generally predictable She has written trilogies on vampires The Circle Trilogy witches Three Sisters Island Trilogy and has a series of thrillers under the alias JD Robb and all the ones I've read have been well written and pulled you in from the beginningSo don't judge an author by one book especially one as prolific as Nora

  8. Alex is The Romance Fox Alex is The Romance Fox says:

    What a fabulous start to yet another of my favorite NR seriesDaring to Dream the 1st of the Dream Trilogy introduces three “sisters” who whilst not by blood have a strong and loving bond growing up together in the beautiful Templeton House overlooking the Big Sur and we are taken on a journey with Margo Sullivan the beautiful and passionate daughter of the Templeton’s housekeeper has always dreamed of fame and glamour and being than just the “housekeeper’s” daughterThe story begins with Laura the sweet and lovely Templeton “princess” getting married Kate Powell her sensible and no nonsense cousin is now a ualified CPA and Margo is leaving to seek her fortune and fameimage error

  9. Heather Heather says:

    i always hate getting stuck with a main character like this she's all concerned with fame and fortunehas apparently slept with everyone sometimes just to boost her career and had an affair with a married manwhat started out like a good book ended uicklyreally uickly the prologue was the only interesting thing in the whole bookand nora never really went anywhere with itthe characters aren't likeablewhich is typical in a nora roberts bookthere's a lot of short sentences likethis that areannoying to read 'Appearances were important in businessWere important to Peter'nora spends so much time writing about decorations in the house or views from the window or plants outside and all this fancy stuff and doesn't focus on much elseat times she would go on and on about it and you couldn't ever really get a great mental image of it because half of what she's talking about you've never heard ofand all i wanted was to her to just get on with the storyi was never sure why laura would automatically smile when she saw her husband or go up and kiss him after she knows he cheated on herwhile we're on thatwhy did it take her so long to dump himi don't like reading about characters like these or the situations they're in at all sureits situations real people are inbut it shouldn't be in a romance book there was nothin romantic about any of that at allthe main character was impossible to likenot sure why she slept with a man who's divorce hadn't been finalizedshe didn't deserve a happy ending at allshe was broke and yet didn't wanna sell her stuffher really expensive stuff that you'd have to be an idiot to buy in the first place then she would say she wouldn't let anyone give her money or pay for stuff and yet when someone offered the thought of denying didn't even cross her mindshe would always say something and then do the complete oppositeshe's a materialistic self centered arrogant person with no morals everyone kept complimenting her and pumping up her already inflated egoall the cussing in here was unnessary every other sentence was GD this and F thatthe whole relationship between the friends and brothers was weirdlike them watching him do it with that girl years agokate kissing margo on the lips some of the stuff in here was straight perverted 1st its animals and now its familyi tell yanora roberts has some very sick fetishesusually its the guy whos been around the block a thousand times and not the girlso it was weird to have that reversed in herei just love and i mean hate when these guys love the girl for years but all throughout this they're getting with other women i mean is it just impossible for ppl to be dedicated to one personas always in a nora roberts bookthe guy would do something outrageous like say she would stay with him and she gets mad but suddenly fogets how to refuse or just leavethen all of a sudden she'd get over itmargo was a smokeaholic and an alcoholicwhile kate was a Tums poppercharacters in noras books are always drinkin wineKate turned into a real a hole when they got oldertheir friendship was terriblesusan better watch her husbandbecause i swear margo was after him which was grossbut hey that's just how margo rollsthere were some funny comments in here and the whole locker thing was funnyeveryone who had a hand in the shop were cons if you ask metalking people into buying thingssaying people looked good in stuff even when they didnt basicallyits the kind of shopkeepers you don't wanna run intothe prices at the stoor were outrageousyou'd have to be insanely rich to buy that stuff how is the store gunna survive when you run out of stuffyou can't keep buying off people's hand me downswho the heck kisses someone out of gratitude and friendship on the lips i know margo was upset when she said she wished she had slept with claudiobut idk if she was serious or notgiven her personality im not entirely sure she wasnt serious all nora's girl characters say crap like this i select the time the place and my playmates talking about sexits annoyingi have to wonder who actually talks like that margo wanted wanted wanted and kept wanting and everyone always gave her everything she never dealt with the conseuences or felt bad about anythingmargo had basically hit rock bottomand had gotten a lot of money back because everything works out for margo but she kept forking out moneyusing her credit card spending and money then has the gall to make josh buy a houseso basically she learned that even if you screw up ad wind up brokeyou can always make your friends pay for everythingnora roberts characters always braid their hairhow many grown women do you see doing that i mean french braidpigtailswhatevergrown women dont do that alotthe whole 'if you walk' talk meaning josh leaving the relationship was stupidone minute margo was saying she didn't wanna marry or have kids and the next she's saying she wants to start a family with himi didn't buy it margo isnt a sincere faithful loyal person at all and she doesn't deserve josh at alli dont see them having a happily ever afteralsonora roberts put seraphina in there then never went anywhere with itwe didn't learn about the storywe didn't find out if the gold dabloon was even real or how much it was worth or if there was gold out thereof courseall that might be in the other 2 books in the seriesso i'll let this one slide

  10. Aly Aly says:

    The Dream Trilogy is about three woman who will have to face turmoils and changes in their lives Each woman are different and deal differently with challenges but they can always count on each other to tackled the problems Margo Sullivan is the daughter of the Templeton's housekeeper but grew up with them as if she was family Margo has always had high aspirations She wanted to travel and see the world and become famous So that what she did when she left her home at eighteen to become a model A decade later Margo come back at Templeton House after wasting her fortune and a scandal Harvard graduate and lawyer Josh Templeton is not happy to learn about Margo's misfortunes but he's happy to see her for than a brief visit In love with the woman he likes to call Duchess since they were teenager he never let his feelings showed considering it preferable to wait for the right time Josh and Margo were like some kind of frenemy always bickering but in a friendly way But Josh has always been a man who gets what he want and this time he'll make it clear that she's want he wants and the once friendly suabble will turn into passionated banters This novel is one of the oldest book I own the pages even began to turn yellow and after rereading it for the third time I still see why the Dream Trilogy is my favorite Nora Robert's series It's so sad that her latest work doesn't give me the same feelings of contentment but at least I'll always have these ones and it makes me happy It's interesting to realize Margo was not a perfect heroine She's pretty stubborn and also a little selfish at the beginning but her pride is what helped her hold on and find new purpose in life instead of feeling sorry for herself Seeing a main character growth is one of the thing that makes a story better after all And despite her shortcomings she was a loyal friend and a dreamer who work for what she wants An other thing I really liked was the not always easy but beautiful relationship between the heroine and her mother Josh was a nice guy with just a little bit of an edge to make things spicy and the romance between him and Margo had different layers that were so fun to discover

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