Though dated, the O'Hurrly series is one of the best that Nora Roberts has done. This book of the series is a straight romance unlike two of the other books in the series and allows Roberts to focus on the characters and their development. Worth a listen.
There are four books in this series. I didn't read them in order and still enjoyed each one.
This book was a quick listen, was very sweet and utterly predictable. As it was written in 1988 the references to technology was very dated but it doesn't really detract much from the story. I liked the family that the book introduces and am curious about the next books but not enough to immediately purchase the next book. The narrator was perfectly adequate and I found her voice a little sweet.
I find these old Nora Roberts releases to be quite charming. Though the smoking throws me off a bit. This first installment in the O'Hurley quartet is very good. I loved the instant chemistry between Abby and Dylan, and the way the boys welcome Dylan into their little family is great.
Everything about this listen was okay. Great for a lazy or rainy day. You don't have to concentrate too hard. Pretty much what I call an old Harlequin type romance story. Nothing much more to say, I am not sorry I bought it, but not sure I will listen to it again anytime soon.
Although predictable, it was enjoyable to see how the end came about.
I have listened to so many Nora Roberts' books that I must say they are very similar.
She brings interesting dialects and accents to the book.
When it was revealed how the second child was conceived.
Love Nora Roberts and this story did not disappoint. Really enjoyed it. Would have been better with a different narrator. Marie Caliendo did not do the story justice.