Interesting & page turner
She makes you love each character. Make you feel like you are right there in the story.
YES! I found myself sitting in my car not wanting to stop listening.
Those who enjoy Nora Roberts should find this ok.
Sure. She was a fine reader.
It's just the characters were so fake.
Retired tech writer/editor. Mensa. Pgh Steelers/ Penguins fan. Lib Dem/feminist. Grew up reading lit--M.A. English--now read mys/thrillers.
I liked Roz Harper, the rich independent woman who owns Harper House, a huge storied estate on the outskirts of Memphis. Wealthy Roz starts her own plant nursery business, and business is booming so much she hires Stella Rothchild, a widow from Michigan, as manager. I liked Hayley Phillips, Roz's young pregnant distant cousin, who shows up at the door seeking a job. Roz not only takes in Hayley, gives her a job, and provides for her health care but also insists that Stella and her two boys live in the mansion, with live-in man-Friday David adding child care to his duties.
I didn't care for the main characters, driven, planning-to-the-last-nanosecond Stella Rothchild, surprised into romance with slow-talking laconic strong-silent-cowboy-type landscape designer Logan Kitridge, who originally resents Stella's required paperwork and falls for her initially because of her wild red hair. I didn't like the ghost story either. We never find what happened to make the ghost haunt the children's rooms of the manse. The ghost is harmless (except for bringing freezing cold in her wake) when singing to the children but angry and threatening when their mother gets romantically involved.
yes, I've read a lot of her books. This was the first letdown.
far from my favorite
I am not finished with the book. The plot moves right along without too much conflict, but the narrator is fascinating. I really am amazed at her skill
at narrating. I'll read other books read by her.
Sue Breck can make the characters come to life as she changes her voice for each character.
have not finished it yet. I listen to an hour every night.
Yes, it is another great Nora Roberts book and the narrator was very good.
This is my first Susie Breck performance. I look forward to hearing her again.
Yes, it definitely is.
Nora Roberts lives up to all expectations in this book of the trilogy. I couldn't wait to read the next one.
I loved all things gardening related.
Susie did a great job with voices and accents. I enjoyed listening to her southern twang.
This is one of those trilogies I will read over and over. Each book in this series stands alone, and you don't need to read them all...BUT, each one builds on the ghostly presence and tells her story perfectly to the end. I was left wanting more!
I was disappointed in the quality of the audio book. The narrator's voice was jarring and something about the quality made for background noise that I can't quite explain. This poor quality was in both of the books I bought for $4.95. I think they are just a lower quality that audible should have told me first. I couldn't even finish the book.
I didn't finish it.
Audible addicted love mystery,lately stuck on love story. Mother of 1 Labrador and 1 perfect man. Work way too hard, and so ready to be retired
Awesome story didn't miss a beat Susie play all the characters superbly my favorites would between the kids and Logan. I wasn't impress with the ending but still gave 5 stars on 2nd book now
I love the characters and I love Nora Roberts. I can only rate this 4 stars because I was left feeling that she didn't develop the story enough, probably because it's part of a trilogy. Most of her trilogies are three complete stores, Boonsboro Inn and now In the Garden made me feel that she was stretching too thin. I would rather she does one great novel than 3. I'm hoping to read the latest Nora Roberts novels and see them as complete. She's been my favorite author, but I feel cheated.