Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Review of Savor the Moment

Savor the Moment
Nora Roberts
Berkley Publishing
325 pages

Savor the Moment is the third in Roberts Bride Quartet

What would you do if you were in love with one of your best friends, have been for all of your life and probably for the rest of your life as well. What if his feelings for you have started to change. Would you risk it. Is loving and loosing worth the price. Well that’s what Laurel, Vow’s Pastry chef extraordinaire is about to find out when she lip locks literally with Delany Brown of the Connecticut Browns and brother of Laurel’s female best friend Parker Brown. Del has always been a fix-it, go to guy for all the women in his life and since the tragic deaths of his parents years ago, even more so. So when one of his charges goes into forbidden territory and challenges his ideas of her as well as his libido, watch out.
Enter the world of Vow’s a top notch, all inclusive one stop wedding planners run by 4 equal partners and lifelong friends. Parker is the detail one, she encompasses the whole celebration and keeps it all together, Mac is the photographer, Emma is the florist and Laurel the pastry chef together they have made quite a name and reputation for themselves. Nora has outdone herself with this story line it’s sort of Father of the Bride meets Julia Child you get all the comedy and all the drama in one. Her dialogue is full of terms that only the fearsome 4 know, but don’t worry you catch on right away. Her love story is full of laughs and comfortable friendship and full of pit-falls and awkward enmity. Her love scenes are hot, spicy and sizzle on the page.
Get you next dose of wedding bell blues and see if Laurel and Del can find their own HEA. Savor the Moment is the third in the series and although it’s a great read it definitely needs to be read in order.


  1. Hi Debbie - I waited to read your review until I finished the book - great on both counts. I really liked the book, I think I like each successive book more than the last - maybe because we get to know the characters a little bit better with each book...Have a good weekend


  2. I totally agree with you Anne, that as we get to know these folks better we like them better and their stories have more meaning to us.
    Have a great weekend