I'm definitely hooked on the series tho I was disappointed in the ending. only because I want to find out what happens to Seth. I hope the future books will let me give me the answers
when Cam realized what Seth meant to him
the reading so well done, I really felt like I was in the room with these three brothers sometime
to recognize how close families can \be sometimes
Looking forward to the next reading
Yes, I love Nora's style of writing and the strong characters.
I have listened to all 4 in the series and think this first one is the strongest. I love the way she portrays the 10 year old Seth. I think she has his mindset nailed.
When Seth first comes home to the brothers and mayhem abounds.
Nora Roberts work is a bit hit or miss for me so I was delighted that, after 4 misses and me about to abandon her, I found this series which has restored Nora to my favorite authors list.
I've enjoyed reading all of Nora Roberts books. I'm using this series as I drive to and from my vacation home. Makes me look forward to the drive even if there is heavy traffic.
I didn't care for the southern accent of the performance. Somehow I don't figure Phillip, a strong city guy, having a weak southern accent or Ethan as pathetic and weak as the accent makes him.
Not so much bad launguage. Stopped listening after the 2nd chapter it was so ridiculous. There was no need for that much foul language. It makes you wonder if they couldn't think of anything better to say just throw in a whole bunch of cussing! I'm only 35 and I thought Really!!! That was so disappointing!
Widen her vocabulary!
The reader was fine!
No I won't be purchasing any more Nora Roberts books. Waste of a credit!
The story line was sweet.
When Cam started to love Seth, but he didn't even know it.
It made me both laugh and cry.
Had a difficult time trying to stop listening to this book.
ELLE aka PlantCrone of the Great Pacific Northwest. I enjoy almost every genre-S/F, Action, Biographies and Histories & Romance
I honestly thought this series of 4 books was written 15-20 years ago..it seems to be a classic in her genre.
David Stuart is an excellent narrator who gave a typical and not always touching Roberts book a touch of class. Both the first and second book in the series are narrated by Stuart, the 3rd and 4th novels in the series are good, narration wise, but not of the same quality.
The 4 books in this series take place in the Chesapeake Bay part of the eastern seaboard, the 4 protagonists, all adopted step brothers whose early childhood years were those of abuse and terror. Novel 1, Sea Swept, tells the story of European playboy and fast car and/or boat driver Cameron Quinn. A man whose life is now one of supermodels, road races, winning tickets and a future of fun and sex. As I said...a typical Roberts story arc that manages to excite and enthuse readers.
However it turns out that this novel is of excellent Nora Roberts style and between the 3rd and 4th novels the quality remains 5 star