I've read many books by Nora Roberts and have enjoyed all of them up until this book.
I'm also a big fan of Susan Eriksen. I think I'd review the plot description more carefully before I buy another one of her novels.
possibly. I don't generally like police drama and this had way too much of it.
She's good, but there were times I wasn't sure who was talking during the dialog.
I liked Duncan- but he was too good to be believable
This is the first Nora Roberts book I've ever not enjoyed, and I've read many of them. I'm also a big fan of Susan Ericksen as a narrator. I found this book boring and fast forwarded through much of it.
I have a busy career, travel a lot and don't have much time to read, so I listen to Audio books. I love reading!
I always enjoy Nora Robert's, but what makes or breaks it on Audible is the narrator. This one a brilliant one, with a good narration and a very enjoyable storyline.
She somehow has hit the sweet spot on her formula in writing and hardly ever dissapoints.
Phoebe McNamara is a good strong character with a past that paved the way for her future. I like the strong family ties that Nora Roberts created in this book.
The storyline of the book was excellent! Kept me guessing until the end. Found the narration a bit distracting and a little hard to follow which character was speaking! Overall a very good book!
I love all Nora Roberts books. She keeps you on the edge of your seat, until the very end. Just couldn't put it down! The twist and turns, kept me guessing!!
No. I enjoyed it, but the listening was difficult. I had difficulty differentiating the characters from each other.
Her books are always good. This one wasn't as easy to guess the ending as her books usually are.
I couldn't tell whether the men or the women were talking. She needs to change her tone or deflection more. It was a little confusing.
More layers and a few more unexpected turns in the story.
Not always clear, like the 'phone' conversations. She has done better.
In general the long inner monologues of the Phoebe character.
Although not my favourite it was hard to put it down.
How did I miss this little gem? I've had this in my wish list for a while, but didn't notice that Susan Ericksen was the narrator. As usual, her performance is spot on! I was a little disappointed with the conclusion of the book, but only because I wished it had gone on a little more. All the elements were great, the dialogue and scenes were imaginative and described to perfection, however, many of the story lines that are spun don't get wrapped up in most of Nora's novels, High Noon being no exception. However, Nora always makes me laugh, sometimes cry and I would definitely recommend listening to this book!