The mystery and love factor were a little on the meh side. I couldn't really relate to either character and wanted Reece to grow a pair quickly.
Still a good book but just not great.
Probably. It was a terrific book to read, and it was an equally enjoyable listen.
I enjoyed her tantrum through town when she was finally fed up with everything, and the fact that it was the lack of fresh dill that set her off. Reece is severely traumatized by a past event, and she stayed that way throughout the book. I like that there was no miraculous turnabout in her personality just because she met and fell for Brody. I got a kick out of her neurotic behavior and the way she and Brody dealt with it.
Yes. Joyce Bean's narration is hit or miss for me, but this one was a hit. I had no trouble discerning who was talking (never really an issue with her), and none of the main characters sounded too hokey, although at first I was concerned about Lo. It's that which makes her so iffy for me. There was a Tami Hoag book that I ended up returning because the hero's voice was just unbearable. Overall, I'm willing to take a chance on her - she's more hit than miss.
Yes, a couple of moments with Debbie Marsden moved me to want to smack her, but Reece's reaction to her was just priceless.
I like the main character of this book , she was damaged but Nora Roberts took you on her journey to good health mixed in with a murder mystery and a good strong no nonsence love interest.
The story was great.
I would compare it to The Search also by Nora Roberts, both very well written.
I enjoyed Brody as well as Reese.
It was easy to empathize with Reese, she went through a lot.
It was well narrated also.
Right up with the best. Nora Roberts has a great style.
The mystery of why Reece was in Angel's Fist and what dis she see in the canyon?
She brings the characters to life
Reece is running from something. What is she afraid of?
I'm a Navy vet, swim teacher, wife, and I love books!
I really enjoyed this book. It was fun and entertaining, and I found myself still listening even after I got home! The heroine has severe anxiety, but she has a right to be, and is strong enough to push through it and stand by her convictions, plus her counterpart was pretty entertaining and relatable, not some unattainable fantasy. Narration was great too, and I was hooked on the whole story from beginning to end!
Yes, but not for at least a year. It is so detailed, you feel in the story, and he story line is genius.
When She barrels into the jewerly store to confront the sheffif's wife about her necklace, because you're not quite sure what is happening, but you know she figured everything out.
no, but she did a great job in this book, she made each character sound different and they're own.
When she got mad at almost every one in town, because it made me think...Hmm is that how I act when I'm upset?
yes . i can wilk with audio,but not with a book
I like the hold book