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.
I am a senior citizen living out in the country enjoying nature and my 3 rescued dogs. I like reading good mysteries (even with some comedic undertones); not too complicated self-help books; good recipes (although I never seem to try any). I have quite enjoyed listening to some of the No. 1 Ladies Detective series and David Copperfield (one of the many versions out there). I am looking forward to many more hours of listening enjoyment.
The story was so well written (of course) and I really enjoyed listening to Marie Caliendo.
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.