Well crafted as always by Nora Roberts . It has the right amount of romance and intrigue to keep you listening until the last word.
I didn't read the print book - just the audio book
Similar to Witness - strong female lead who can and does stand her ground - despite what fate throws at her.
Ms. Lowman brings the characters to life - giving them a voice (literally and figuratively) in the story.
If it were possible, I would take Dobie out to dinner - he seems like he would be a hoot to spend time with.
Worth the listen - keeps you on the edge of your seat just enough without being over the top.
I wouldn't necessarily say so. I own both and unfortunately I do get distracted while listening and sometimes miss things when I read them in the book.
I really like both main charaters, Rowan and Gul. I laughed out loud many times from some of their exchanges.
I have not, but she does a fantastic job.
I liked the whole book.
I thought the story line was great. Yes it was about smoke jumpers, but isn't it great that you can learn new things while reading a great story? I have a whole new appreciation when I see wildfires and the people who put them out.
Roberts clearly did some research in smoke jumping, but what she did with it left me wanting. It just wasn't as exciting as it should/could have been given the setting. The narrator did a good job though. A lesser performance might have made me quit the book before finishing it since it is way too long. The story (and main romance) just rambled on and on. Not recommended I'm sorry to say.
Listen again, I already have! Great story
The simplicity of the characters; not to many to keep up with.
Ella and Lucas, when they met.
Lucas for sure!
I listen to audiobooks when I drive and when I hike.
A really slow speaking narrator. It helped to put the book on 1.25X speed. At 1.25X speed it didn't put me to sleep, but isn't a book I'd recommend to anyone. The story just isn't that great.
I LOVE to listen to audiobooks - the Audible ap is by far the best thing that's ever happend to my iPhone.
At times I avoid book because I'm not particularly drawn to the topic - but after many good reviews and seeing the book turn up often, I'm persuaded.
Chasing Fire, like most of Nora Roberts' books, is a solid story line with passion and suspense built in. I enjoyed the characters and the narrator.
I really enjoyed the strength and confidence of both the female and male lead. I have a personal connection to smoke jumpers so of course it hit home there. But I really loved that how the two were brought together.
Her watching her father jump.
The fire scene's are great but her kicking butt at the bar worked for me!
Lead female. Not a dainty little petit buxom blond for once!
This was not Nora's steamiest book but that was kind of what I liked because the sex seamed a bit more plausible then some of her others, and I have read a lot of hers. Also this is a story that appealed to me personally. I really enjoyed it!!