My introduction to Nora Roberts' books many years ago, found at a hospital book sale for less than a dollar. I have re-read the series so many times over the years. Unfortunately I did not enjoy the performance. I do listen to the audio version mulltiple times, but only because love the story, not for the performance.
Love hearing the narration as it's a wonderful enhancement to the written word. Can't wait for the next chapter in the Three Sisters storyline.
I love reading, escaping to another place or time. Sci-fi, Romance, surprisingly I've even enjoyed some Erotic Romance (Shades of Grey)
A big Nora Roberts Fan and the Three Sisters Trillogy is great series every time!
I love to multi-task with Audible!
This is another great trilogy from Nora Roberts... in fact I'd say it's my favourite. I loved the bit of mystery, magic, suspense and romance.
I like the introduction and interactions with the main characters of the following books with out taking the spotlight away from the main character of this book.
Once you listen to this one, it's impossible not to get the others.
I highly recommend this trilogy!
I'm a married, twenty-something bookworm who loves her kindle, her husband, and hot tea. ✝ Festina Lente.
Yes. I loved the story and the premise. It was original and sucked me in. However, while it was an adorable and well written book, I struggled with some of the characters, especially the male lead, Zack.
The male lead, Zack. *spoilers*
He knows that she is a battered woman. That she went through some horrors by the hand of a man, even if she hasn't told him, however, he insists that "she will come to enjoy his touch" when she displays FEAR at being touched. He gets pushy with his insistence that they will sleep together. Then, later, when he finds out she faked her death and is still legally married, he gets angry that he slept with a married woman, yells at her for lying to him, calls her stupid, and treats her terribly. Even after hearing about the horrible things her husband did to her, how hard she had to work to escape, he won't touch or kiss her until she is legally divorced. I struggled with that, ALOT. Not only did I not like him as a male lead, I found him annoyingly pushy with her boundaries and I just kept thinking that she could do better. He knows that she is emotionally unstable and needs counseling and he is just piling on the crap for her to handle.
I struggled with her voices for several characters. Mia sounded like a 60 year old woman when in fact she turns 30 in the book. Zack's voice was a bit annoying for me as well, but that is probably because I just didn't like him as a character.
Yes. The tension built was delicious and had my tingling in anticipation of when it would happen.
Overall, I would suggest it to any Nora Robert's fans, and any fans of men-in-uniform romances, supernatural romances, and romances that include a woman getting her life back together and becoming a stronger woman. I will warn that the topic of spousal abuse is discussed and displayed pretty intensely in the book, and if you struggle with topics like that, it might be one to skip.
The story held my attention throughout. The characters were believable and personable. The narrator was excellent. The writer is brilliant and creative. She was able to create images in the mind, with the narrator brought them to life. Where is 3 Sisters again? I am ready to go!