Nora, yes... Tanya, I don't have the words.
Find new narrator.
Confusion and disappointment. Been reading Nora since' '91 and I'm unsure whether it's the emotionless narration or the writing. Narrator voiced two emotions and was so curt and abrupt... there was no flow of emotions, almost as if she couldn't wait to finish what she obviously has no gift for. I've always enjoyed Nora's novels and her alter, J.D. Robb series. I am a big fan of her style of writing. I think she's wonderful. It actually hurts too give this such a low review and to think it might be the writing. No way it's Nora.
I have never stopped listening to anything written by Nora.... I usually forget the time and find the sun getting ready to dawn. What happened? I actually took it off my kindle and iPod. Will try to finish but that woman narrating grates on my nerves like a dull knife. Have never experienced this emotion(s) before.
Nora and J.D. are wonderful.
I loved the canine element to this story. It was well written and the narrator, Tanya Eby, was superb! Classicly "Nora Roberts" written. A+++
Yes. The plot was well written. It was very realistic. Didn't seem too far fetched a story for the listener.
I can't say enough about Tanya Eby...she was brilliant with this book ! I'm searching for books that have her name attached now. This is the first narrator I've searched for (I typically search by author)
I enjoyed listening to this book. Narrator was excellent. The story kept you interested - not a thriller but certainly entertaining Easy to pick back up on the story.
I did enjoy the book. I had just finished "Witness" and found it to be the same story with different players.
I did enjoy the story as I took a great interest in the rescue dog training and searches. I did like the dialogue between the two main characters as it was more realistic and not all lovey-dovey. I read The Witness and for those of you who might not be interested in the dog portion of this story, you probably would like that one--it was intense.
This was a SUPER story! I thought it is one of the best she has done. The characters are totally believable and I thoroughly loved the insight I got into dogs and search and rescue. The plot is a thriller and I actually got tense as the action came to its climax. Get this and enjoy!
I love dogs but not that much, so I would recommended it only to family not friends
I kind of expecting that ending, it didn't surprise me
I didn't like the tone of her voice, I could almost also feel the spiting of saliva while hearing to her.
No way this romance could be irresistible. It is a book to do something else while you are listening to it.
I expected more suspense in the story. Anyway I like Nora Robert's books and I will continue reading or listening to her books
Great storyline - flows well.
I would have, had I had the time. My audiobooks are my way of filling in the time during my commute in the car, or making my long runs more interesting.
I like the Nora Roberts books when they have a suspensful storyline. This one fit right into my preferences.
yes, easy read.
I am not a dog lover, but found it well written and interesting.
Say something about yourself!
Liked both characters, loved the dog training.
Thought Tanya Eby did an excellent job, have listened to other books she narrated, but thought this one was one of her best.
yes, and have listened to it again. Enjoyed it as much or more the second time.