- By Nora Roberts

The Stanislaski Sisters: Natasha and Rachel

  • Title: The Stanislaski Sisters: Natasha and Rachel
  • Author: Nora Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780373484232
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Stanislaski Sisters Natasha and Rachel Though they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family tempestuous Natasha and cool classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love Stormy Natasha s wild fiery beauty

    Though they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family, tempestuous Natasha and cool, classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love Stormy Natasha s wild, fiery beauty captivates Spencer Kimball But will the handsome single dad prove the one man capable of breaching her well fortified heart and Taming Natasha When rugged Zack Muldoon neThough they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family, tempestuous Natasha and cool, classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love Stormy Natasha s wild, fiery beauty captivates Spencer Kimball But will the handsome single dad prove the one man capable of breaching her well fortified heart and Taming Natasha When rugged Zack Muldoon needs a tough, no nonsense lawyer, Rachel s not what he has in mind till he discovers there s to this long legged beauty than meets the eyed finds himself Falling for Rachel.

    1 thought on “The Stanislaski Sisters: Natasha and Rachel

    1. This book contains books #1 & #3 of the Stanislaski series and features the 2 Stanislaski sisters, Natasha and Rachel.Natasha's book, Taming Natasha, is one of my favorite Nora Roberts category romances and a favorite of hers overall. It's a sweetly endearing, classic romantic tale that just makes me want to smile and sigh. The Stanislaski family, first introduced in this book, is one of my favorite all time series families. Nora Roberts excels at writing about families. I love everything ab [...]

    2. Inoffensive set of two Nora Robert's stories about two key sisters in a family. Not really looking for love - oh there it is!

    3. What I like about the Stanislaski family and the stories behind them is the "real-ness" feel of it all. That these happenings are believable to happen in everyday lives, which reinforces my giddiness for happy endings and love, which, in the end, makes me feel sad, alone and frustrated since I have no one yet. XD. Yeah, my logic. Deal with it.--------------------------------------------------------The Stanislaski Sisters (book? novel? err) containsTaming Natasha and . Take note that although the [...]

    4. Another book by Nora Roberts that I love! This collection has Taming Natasha and Falling for Rachel which are books 1 and 3 respectively. Taming NatashaHer story hit me on so many levels and I found her so relatable. A women scorned who has built up walls around her life and heart. I loved her caring nature and her conversations with the people around her were so balanced and getting her personal insight was a great addition. I love the shifting first person books. I would recommend this book to [...]

    5. I am not going to review every Nora Roberts book that I have read in the past because she is quite prolific and it would get redundant and I honestly cannot remember all the plots. I think someone finds someone else attractive but at least one cannot admit it so there is sexual tension, then lots of sex, and then they live happily ever after? Sometimes there is some magic , a family legacy, or a mystery. Certainly not great works of literature (however still 100% better than “the grapes of wra [...]

    6. I have read these books three times and still enjoy them immensely. Taming Natasha is both heart-rending and heart-warming. I loved the description of her toy store and her effect on Spence. The Stanislaskis have a family dynamic that is priceless, which weaves through all four of the books. I wonder how much is based on Ms. Roberts own family. She tells us in a note at the back that she is the youngest of five, with four - count them - FOUR - older brothers. No wonder there is so much roughhous [...]

    7. Though they were raised in the Old World traditions of their loving immigrant family, tempestuous Natasha and cool, classy Rachel are ready for a new world of love. Stormy Natasha’s wild, fiery beauty captivates Spencer Kimball. But will the handsome single dad prove the one man capable of breaching her well-fortified heart and Taming Natasha?When rugged Zack Muldoon needs a tough, no-nonsense lawyer, Rachel’s not what he has in mind— till he discovers there’s more to this long-legged beauty [...]

    8. Two sisters, different lives. Natasha is the rebellious kind, she will do as she pleases. She hates men but ends up falling for one man. How did he tame her is a journey filled with self-realization, secrets, and love. A lot of it.Rachel is a lawyer and she falls in love with the one man she never wanted to fall for. She is smart, responsible and sexy.Both their paths cross sometimes in the story but Roberts has definitely managed to keep their world apart and different. Each with their own char [...]

    9. I read this as a very young girl, maybe like 5th grade. A lot of the things that bothered me about it on reread as an adult, completely slipped by me back then. Natasha's was one of the very first romances I remember and she's the reason I went crazy for Nora Roberts. Even though there are issues in it, as with any romance, it remains one of my favorite reads. Along with Mikhail, Alexi, and Rachel, I just really loved the Stanislaski family.

    10. Taming Natasha: title not accurate/I hate it. Liked the characters and story, but Natasha was too melodramatic and in her feelings for me. 3/5Falling for Rachel: blech-typical/generic-romance novel title; BUT I loved this story. Rachel reminds me of myself in a lot of ways, so I appreciated her story more than Natasha's. I'm crazy about Zach and I fell for Nick too. This was an easy 4.5/5 for me, bringing the whole book average up to 4/5 stars.

    11. Nora Roberts' romance of two Stanislaski sisters and their ways to romance. Natasha runs a toy store but runs from love. New to town music professor Spencer Kimball has definite interest and a young daughter who loves the toy store as well as the owner. I actually preferred the second story about her younger sister Rachel the lawyer. Here she comes into contretemps with Zack Muldoon over keeping his younger brother out of jail.Two for one. fun and entertaining.

    12. i just re-read this book, and it is even better than i remembered. the stanislaski family, a ukranian family that escaped to come to america, is a wholly original romance book premise. the family is loud, colorful, and extremely lovable. natasha and rachel, a toy store owner and a public defender respectively, are also very unique protagonists, very strong women and protagonists that you can respect. when they fall in love it is that much more compelling.

    13. I checked this out from the library so I could continue the Stanislaski series. (I had already read about Natasha and this was the only book that offered Rachel's story.) All in all it was good. Again, it's kind of fun to read a book that touches back to characters you remember and there is a little continuation to their story as well as the newer characters and their goings on. I haven't been able to decide yet on a favorite but I do have one more of the siblings to read about. We'll see!

    14. 3 STELLE E MEZZAAdoro le saghe famigliari della Roberts *__*Ho preferito la storia di Rachel che mi ha coinvolto di più, ma anche quella di Natasha è stata molto dolce e avvincente. Entrambe le storie sono contraddistinte dalla scrittura scorrevole dell'autrice.Adesso aspetto di conoscere le storie di Mikhail e Alex.

    15. The book introduces you to more members of the Stanislaski famly- Natasha and Rachel; and the men who change their lives. Besides the stories themselves, I liked how the women were portrayed as smart, independent, and passionate. I would definately would recommend this book to others.

    16. This is the first time for me to read a Nora Roberts book and I have to say that I'm a bit disappointed. The stories were a bit boring and very predictable. It's not something I haven't read before. I don't think I would decide on a Nora Roberts book again. Not after this read.

    17. Very similar to the MacGregors, but the family has a different nationality! Notice that the sisters are books 1 & 3, and the brothers are 2 & 4, so in order for it all to make sense, you need both books to switch back and forth! Worth it, though!

    18. spencer kimball and his daughter were looking for a new start but then he meets natasha and will he be able to tame natashach muldoon gets a lawyer rachel to help co guardian zach little brother nick but zack soon find himself falling for rachel.

    19. WOW!!! I love this series of the Stanislaski's. What a wonderful and beautiful family. Love the story of all the children, I've been waiting a few years to see if Nora Roberts was gonna write a story about the parents story.

    20. Two "books" in one. I will have to look up the other books dealing with the brothers. Typical romance. Girl meets guy, doesn't like him she thinks. It is the journey that is fun to read about. I found that the descriptions of events or places were easy to picture in my mind.

    21. A solid set of old skool romances that I keep coming back to time and again. A nice mix of both Alpha and Beta men throughout and though there is a little Tarzan behavior - it's not enough to make me beat my head against the wall.

    22. Another interesting bit of the Stanislasky family. I enjoyed this novel about the Stanislasky sisters- Natasha and Rachel. Interesting character development by the author- but definitely fiction. Looking forward to Considering Kate.

    23. Nora Roberts is a talented romance writer whose books are sweet and easy to get into. The sisters Stanislaski both have to get over inner demons to let love in. Along with pretty good storylines this duo makes you fall in love with their large family as well.

    24. I just reread this and it was great. I should reread books more often. However, I did notice some inconsistencies between the 4 stories this time around. The timeline didn't quite work, but it has no impact on each story individually.

    25. 2 usual romance novels in one book. One with a single father, the other with a stereotypical Irishman.

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