The beginning was very confusing. Too many characters being introduced almost at the same time, couldn't keep them all straight. Was very good once I got everyone straightened out.
Plot line was good
Liked her voice, wish males were different voices to help distinguish them, guess that doesn't happen in audio books. I'm new to reading by listening.
There were many, probably when Tess decided to stay in Montana.
Good story, and great narration! Nora Roberts has written another great story with strong women and strong men! It is a romance novel, filled with lots of action and character development. The sudden twists take all of the "predictable" out of it! Very enjoyable for men and women.
Erika Leigh is a talented narrator, who understands and portrays each of the characters as unique individuals. Bravo!
long and drawn out story
the last couple of books have been boring. the narrators are very hard to listen to
Very hard to listen to
Another page turner from N.Roberts. Many ingredients in this story that caught me & kept me listening. E.Liegh does a great job making each character distinctive truly come to life. Fun cowboy/ranch tale with tidbits of city life too. True "who done it" to the very end.
This was a great book with romance, murder, suspense, heart warming moments & a huge swirl of different emotions & a surprising twist towards the end! Definitely one of my new favorite books. Also, the woman reading the story did a terrific job & even did great voice variations for each of the characters... A must read!
Started slow but when picked up really enjoyed it. Would listen to it again. Really starting to like Nora Roberts. And so far the narrators have been very good
This is a favorite of Nora Roberts for me. The twists of the story are surprising, the foreshadowing is great, and the performance seemed spot-on to me. Liked it lots!! I've listened to it several times over the past couple of years.
Absolutely, I have listened to many of Nora Roberts books and this is by far one of my favorites! I was so wrapped up in it within the first few paragraphs that I couldn't stop.
Most memorable moment to me is when Willa realizes she knows how to love and be loved.
One of the best narrator's possible! She is so adept at falling into character and quickly changing from one to another. Her heartfelt portrayal of Lily in the first of the book set me to wondering what was in store with the other two sisters. You have stubbornness vs hautiness vs docile....what a collision!
When Lily was able to stand up against Jesse and show him how little of a man he really was
The sadistic nature of the "bad guy(s)" was definitely a factor that created a sense of mortality of life for any living creature. Mental illness can be hidden and can whip out and strike at anyone at anytime. The struggles that each had to deal with at one point or another left me with questions of "how would I react" ? Of course , this is just a book, but it certainly made me think about what lies beneath in people we just cannot figure out or think we know but really don't.