Mysterious Romantic Fun
Nate of course. The author made him so likeable and I wanted to see what happened to him.
The film has all ready been done I hear
This book kept my interest from start to finish! The way Nora Roberts described Alaska was amazing!
Gary Littman yes. Nora Roberts Maybe. This is not the forst book I have read from her. But I was not at all imprssed. I finished it only to see what the ending was. But it was too drawn out. I have to say Gary Littman did a great job in narrating the story.
There was not alot of passion in the story. It dragged on.
The narrator did just fine
No one really. Everyone played a decent part.
A Bend in the Road
Watching her taking off and landing
Made me chuckle
Does the narrater have more books? What are titles that he reads?
As usual, Nora keeps us guessing. It took a while to reveal the murderer, and she played it well to keep us guessing.
I liked the description of the Alaskan town, and most of the characters. However, I cringed every time she had the Mayor speak - Gary Littman overdid the supposed harshness of that woman's voice!
This mystery/romance is a great read for anyone who loves to imagine life in Alaska. The new police chief relocates to a small Alaskan town right in the middle of the winter. Everyone places bets on whether or not he'll last until breakup. His romance with the local bush pilot is well plotted and reads believably.
I enjoy a story about the frontier and the tough minded folks who live there. This story is has a generational whodunit that keeps the reader engaged.
Gary Littman does a great job reading this narrative. His tone changes as his dry, damaged character begins to be charmed by the natural beauty of his surroundings. Very well done!
Excellent narration and a good story line in an interesting location.
Meg - classic strong woman
Quirky, likable characters and a magnificent Alaskan scene.
This is a romance and a mystery and both work. I think the sex scenes were a little over the top--got the feeling Roberts had more fun writing them than I did hearing them. Still, I liked the characters---even the curmedgeons. I don't think I learned anything about life but it did keep me on my feet and working on a long day.
My faith in male narrators is restored. Don't get me wrong, male narrators are great, just not so much when narrating Nora Roberts stories. This book is my favorite because the story and characters are real and very likable and because the narrating was perfect. I've read it and listened to it and I prefer listening to it. Gary Littman brings it to life better than my own reading.