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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.
It was a comfortable read. It's sure given be a jones to get a dog though.
The theory of everyone is trainable.
No - but, I don't always want one. Like all Nora Roberts books - you know what you are in for if you have read her before. It's a great story with an interesting plot with an ending you are happy with.
I enjoyed this book. I was a little worried I would get bored listening to all the details about the dogs, but it wasn't like listening to an instruction Manuel being read to you. Overall, great book and narration!
I passed over this book SO many times because of all of the lousy reviews it got here.
I won't say it was her best book - but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes, there are quite a few references to dog training - that is the main characters job and it's important to who she is and how she thinks. It wasn't over the top in my opinion and the book was time well spent.
So, if you are unsure - give it a chance!
yes if they were dog lovers like myself
Defiantly! although the plot could be better it was easy to listen to and i enjoyed the canine aspects of the story
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
This has been Nora Roberts best work yet. Just loved the story. I love dogs so this book was excellent for me. :)
I love this book...every time I need a feel good book, this is the one I listen to...Ms. Roberts has created an exceptional heroine; brave, intelligent, strong and insightful. She has paired her with a strong, taciturn but intelligent, frequently funny, always sexy hero. and a bevy of delightful, mostly well trained canines.
I don't think you have to want to get involved with canine search and rescue to find this book fascinating...and how many of us don't want to know how to keep a dog from jumping on us.
This book also has two of my favorite "firsts": Fiona's first meeting with Simon and Jaws, and Fiona and Simon's first sexual encounter...even after listening to it at least a dozen times, I still laugh out loud when Simon lectures Fiona about her use of window washing and dog treats to try to train him (although my husband doesn't understand why I find it so amusing).
As for the narration, I have always enjoyed Tanya Eby's work. Yes, she does have a slight lisp, which stops being noticeable as the story evolves and is a small price to pay for her ability to express the characters' feelings through intonation and punctuation usage . She also makes all her male characters sound very sexy.
Other Nora Roberts books that I love: Chasing Fire, High Noon, Tribute, the Circle Trilogy and, of course, the Irish Jewels Trilogy (that one had me getting ready to pack up and move to Ireland).
It was an excellent story, great characters and the story flowed right along. I enjoy audio book but this narrator had the same tone with every character and it got annoying to listen to.
the plot and the ending wasn't predicable
no...where would it go, the killer was caught
I do like her books sometimes, but this one is poorly done and she uses the F word why?It just doesn't work.
She was good.