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L shattering night finally reveals cracks in the facade Zane begins to understand that some people are willing to face the truth even when it hurts As he grows into manhood and builds a new kind of family he will find that while the darkness of his past may always shadow him it will also show him what is necessary for good to triumph and give him strength to draw on when he once again must stand up and defend himself and the ones he love. From the outside view the Bigelows of Lakeview North Carolina look like the ideal family Graham Bigelow is the chief of surgery at the local hospital wife Eliza is the perfect stay at home affluent mother involved in many charities son Zane is a baseball phenom destined for a sports scholarship and possibly the big leagues and young Britt couldn t be a obedient daughter But behind the proverbial closed doors is a somewhat different and troubling view because Graham is mean abusive and incredibly sly about it The story begins here in Zane s voice and continues for almost two decades Then enter newcomer Darby McCray a talented landscape designer who takes the town and Zane by storm with her incredible vision and infectious personality though she s got her own sad history It s a three part story with the first devoted to Zane s harrowing childhood The subject of abuse is addressed from all angles and perspectives horrifying and educating me in ways I had

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Know the truth There is something terribly wrongAs his father's violent controlling rages and his mother's complicity become and oppressive Zane counts the years months days until he can escape He looks out for little Britt warning her Be smart Be careful In fear for his very life he plays along with the insidious lie that everything is fine while scribbling his real thoughts in a secret journal he must carefully hide awayWhen one bruta. Wherein Ms Roberts delves a bit deeper into mysterysuspense and casts diabolical characters with few redeeming ualities Balanced by the easy to see beautifully landscaped backdrop and admirable characters that the reader wants to be friends with Under Currents is the uintessential drop everything and bury your head in a book read

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From theNew York Times bestselling author a novel about the power of family to harm and to healWithin the walls of a tasteful perfectly kept house in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains young Zane Bigelow feels like a prisoner of war Strangers and even Zane's own aunt across the lake see his parents as a successful surgeon and his stylish wife making appearances at their children's ballet recitals and baseball games Zane and his sister. My reviews can also be seen at Stars The past never forgets I thought this was another great read from Nora RobertsFrom the outside everything looked perfect but sometimes there are monsters where you d least expect1998 It s two days before Christmas and Eliza Bigelow has just had a lovely lunch with friends Eliza is happily married to Graham the chief surgical resident of Mercy Hospital Eliza drives home thinking about her family s upcoming annual ski trip She has everything she could ever want Her job is to look beautiful take care of her husband and raise her two children wellIt s a perfect lifeEliza pulls into the garage and notices that her husband Graham s car is already there He s in the kitchen and she greets him with a kiss Eliza chatters on about her lunch shopping and her friend Jody Do you think I give a damn about Jody His voice is calm but Eliza knows that he s anything butFourteen year old Zane and his younger sister Britt are droppe


10 thoughts on “Under Currents

  1. says:

    June 2020 I was in the mood for a re read SO GOOD45 starsYES YES YESThis book checked all of my boxesI read it over three days and I WISHED I could have curled up on a Saturday and read it all in one piece This book deserves your uninterrupted attention that's how good it wasFirst of all at 17% I already teared upThe book

  2. says:

    Under Currents by Nora Roberts is a 2019 St Martin’s Press publication Tense and Edgy Nora Roberts style This is an intense novel of suspense from start to finish However it is also a novel about resilience and the power of family and love Zane escapes from his abusive parents with the help of his aunt who then gives Zane and his sister a loving home life Blossoming into a well adjusted and successful adult Zane build

  3. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at Stars The past never forgets I thought this was another great read from Nora RobertsFrom the outside ev

  4. says:

    Oh man Don't read this if you are sensitive to abuse All abuse This book has triggers than a gun showNot that kind of gun show Although that does trigger me Read a book dude Stop being a doucheThat metaphor worked so well that I will also tell

  5. says:

    Wherein Ms Roberts delves a bit deeper into mysterysuspense and casts diabolical characters with few redeeming ualities Balanced by the easy to see beautifully landscaped backdrop and admirable characters that the reader wants to be friends with Under Currents is the uintessential drop everything and bury your head in a

  6. says:

    15 starsI don’t really have much positive to say about this It started strong but as we left part one it soon b

  7. says:

    This author really knows how to tell a story and never fails to grab at the readers emotions Keep a box of tissues handy if you read thisReading about domestic abuse is always uncomfortable but Nora Roberts tells the tales of three abusive marr

  8. says:

    From the outside view the Bigelows of Lakeview North Carolina look like the ideal family Graham Bigelow is the chief of surgery at the local ho

  9. says:

    Nora Roberts has a gift for writing stories that portray all the intricate dynamics of family the good the bad and the ugly Her stories often demonstrate the power of family to either destroy or save lives and freuently deliver a theme of nature vs nurture that I find fascinating I love knowing when I open one of Roberts books tha

  10. says:

    SpoilersLet me preface this review by saying Nora Roberts was my favorite author for the past 20 years I can't begin to tell you how many times I've read The Villa Montana sky Sanctuary etc That being said I feel l

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