Stars of Fortune Hardback
by Nora Roberts
Part of the Guardians Trilogy series
Sasha Riggs is a reclusive artist, haunted by vivid dreams and nightmares that she turns into extraordinary paintings.
Desperate to understand her visions, she finds herself drawn to the Greek island of Corfu.
She has only just arrived when she encounters Bran Killian, an Irish magician with a warm charisma and secrets dancing in his eyes.
Sasha has never met Bran before, but she knows him only too well - because this is the man from her dreams.
The man she has painted over and over again. The man she seems fated to be with...if she can find the courage to accept who she really is. Sasha soon discovers that four other strangers have been lured to the island.
Like Bran, they are all desperately searching for a mysterious jewel known as the fire star - before it falls into the wrong hands.
Together, they might just succeed. But first they must learn to trust one another, and reveal their deepest secrets. On the sun-drenched island of Corfu, love and magic are sparked into life. And for Sasha, nothing will ever be the same again.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 336 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 05/11/2015
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780349407791
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Review by wyvernfriend
There was a fair amount of predictability but overall I enjoyed the ride.Sasha Riggs is an artist with visions, literally, she paints these visions and this has led to a successful career. Now she's drawn to Corfu, with a bundle of sketches of people she believes are important, people she's never met but she's dreamed about, particularly one, Bran Killian an Irish Magician. Four other people are drawn to the island four other people from her sketches. The six of them have to find 3 stars and defeat evil over a trilogy of books.Now it's Nora Roberts so you know, or you should know that with six people that's three couples and one per book and developing relationships between the group throughout but things aren't always straightforward and easy for each couple and there will be a bumpy road while people deal with their own stuff. I loved Sasha and how she decided to become stronger and not let others just fight for her and how she became a leader and kicked butt when it was necessary.I also really liked Reilly, a completely no-nonsense woman with extensive contacts. Every one of the six has secrets and reasons for keeping that secret.I enjoyed it.