Nora Roberts Writing Styles in The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy

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Point of View

"The Perfect Hope" is presented in a third-person perspective from an omniscient point of view. This unlimited perspective means the reader knows the thoughts and actions of the various characters at the time those happen. For example, Hope is at the Inn early in the story and her actions are presented as a series of narratives, conversations, and thoughts while she is there. Later, the reader is given a look at the life of Ryder Montgomery through the same techniques. At another point in the story, the reader is presented a conversation between Justine and Willy B. This means the reader has a clearer picture of what the characters are thinking than would have been possible with a limited perspective. The exception to this perspective is Eliza Ford. Eliza has apparently forgotten a great deal about her life and her love for Billy Ryder in the...

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