Nora Roberts Writing Styles in Chesapeake Blue

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Point of View

Chesapeake Blue by Nora Roberts is written entirely in the first-person perspective, alternating between the two main characters - Seth Quinn and Drusilla Whitcomb Banks. While Seth and his life are the main focus throughout the story, Drusilla quickly gains ground as she becomes the love interest entangled in Seth's life. Both characters are dealing with familial stresses and pressures - Seth with his mother who has spent years blackmailing him for money to leave him and his family alone; and Dru with her parents who believe that she should move back to Washington, D.C., and involve herself in the financial and social circles in which they travel. Neither Seth nor Dru are willing to capitulate. Seth's mother Gloria uses her presence as a way to supplement her income, knowing that Seth's efforts as an artist are paying off financially. He is willing to give...

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