A believable story, just when you start to think that a bad person can get you into an impossible position someone thinks of a way out.
I have listened to all of the Virgin River stories; this is a nice continuation; looking forward to the next!
the other Virgin River Series!!
This was a predictable, boring story. I didn't finish it and regretted using a credit for it. I wish I could think of 1 positive thing to say about it. Just not my kind of book but obviously many others liked it.
I guess this is escapist fiction but sorry, it just doesn't work for me.
Performance was fine
Can't think of any
Struck me as utter tripe.
I'm sick of listening to one of the characters go on and on and on about wanting another baby. She can barely juggle work and the kids she already has and wants another one? I know it's just a moral dilemma to make the story interesting but honestly it took her way too long to come to a conclusion. There were WAY more interesting characters and stories that could have bulked up the book. This one was just ridiculous and tedious. I just didn't care anymore. As long as that story line ended I really didn't care what the conclusion to it was.
I just loved the way she would try to avoid him, but always seemed to come back to him..
I wish Robyn Carr hadn't chosen to use this story to demonstrate her obvious dislike of the Catholic faith. She uses words like
This book was pure female escapism and got me through some sleepness nights due to illness. I enjoyed it and was going to purchase another from the serious but balked at more of the same. I know this is romantic fiction but ...life in this little town is just too perfect. I don't think I have ever read a book where the male characters are so clearly written to be every housewife's dream - sensitive, thoughtful, posessing amazing insight into how woman think and total focused on the lady in their life. Too much dialogue where the male characters demonstrate such sensitivity etc. Predictable romance, not so predictable but rather far fetched sub plot. Great narrator though.
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
I felt like a slower pace than normal with my next listen so grabbed Moonlight Road. It was defiantly not like my usual heart pounding steamy sexy story, but was great for a change. Most enjoyable. :)
Moonlight Road tells the story about Erin Foley and Aiden Riordan. Erin has spent almost her whole life taking care of her family and now that family has flown the nest. Erin is at a crossroads and makes a decision to head to Virgin River to take a vacation. While she is living there, she meets up with Aiden Riordan, who has just left the military and is trying to find out what he wants to do next. Their meeting does not bode well for their relationship when things seem to go wrong for them. It will take a love so great and a town that is supporting for these two to find what they are seeking.
There are other stories also happening in addition to the main characters that makes these books the more intriguing. You get to follow the main characters as well as the secondary characters and keep abreast of what is going on this town.
I didn't care for the reader, the story didn't catch me during the first couple of hours, it bored me so I didn't even finish it.
didn't quite like listening to her read male roles
only listened to one other story on Audible, Girl Gone and it was GREAT....this one was disappointing.