Chesapeake Blue Themes

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Love Conquers All

In Chesapeake Blue, Nora Roberts embodies this theme several times. It begins when Seth comes home after an extended stay in Europe. Love brings him home to the only family he has ever known and they accept his return with welcoming and open arms. Their love for him is enough to conquer the insecurities that creep in when he least expects it, and the steady and unfailing strength of that love for him and from him to them is enough to keep most demons at bay.

When Seth meets Dru for the first time, he is aware of something in her that he can't quite put a finger on, but knows that he wants and needs to spend time with her. What starts as simple attraction blossoms into a love that has such strength that neither one of them is willing to acknowledge it at first...

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