I don't know if it was my imagination, but it seemed like Fiacre slowed down for this second book in the series. With the slower narration, there weren't the annoying breath sounds like there were in the first one. Great job.
The story was good, but the reader almost killed it for me. There is a lack of emotion in the reading although the characters were clearing defined in voice, something was missing. I wonder if the reader is used to doing non-romanace stories because his voice is great, but not for a romance. As far as the story, Nora Roberts does it again. I think I'll purchase the book and read if for myself.
Retired USAF & from the GREAT STATE OF TEXAS Higher Education System. Have traveled the world - but going home to TEXAS for good in June!!!
Love the story - really a bad narrator - he talks way too fast & his accents are very bad
Excellent story. Great humor. Passionate story. A trip to Ireland with details down to the sounds and smell. Thank you again Ms. Roberts! I got used to the male narration during the first book. It went better with this second one. It's hard to be able to hear a Nora Roberta' book if it isn't Susie Breck (Garden Trilogy) or Susan Ericksen (Key Trilogy). Those two women are superior performers in the audiobook world.
This is the 2nd book of the Born in Fire trilogy. Nora Roberts builds these three books like a professional singer builds a song. This is absolutely superb writing!
I am enjoying this series. The Irish twang of the reader is different to listen to. The mother is a real nasty piece of work.