I have not read the print version of Chasing Fire but the audio version was outstanding! I loved all the twists and turns the story took and the narrator was very good.
Gulliver was my favorite character because he was such a calm and steady man in the book. Very trust worthy and reliable and honest. He made me laugh and his character made this book a great listen.
My favorite scenes were the scenes with Rowan and her father. They were so well written I could get lost in the story. Hours passed like minutes and since I listen while working at my second job (cleaning offices) I loved the distraction!
Rowan's father. Because I never had a dad like that and I would want to pick his brain a bit and seek advise from him if he were real!
This book had everything. Romance, mystery, and action. I couldn't ask for more!
Anything to pass the time on the daily commute...
At first I thought that the fire jumping would be a secondary plot, more of a complement to the story. However, the fire jumping and the story of the building relationship are so intertwined that I can't wait to hear what's next. Normally I only listen to the books when I'm driving, but I found myself listening to this story at home trying catch a couple. Of minutes here and there. Sometimes I am bothered when there are too many twists in a story.... While this book has several different twists and story lines going on at the same time, I haven't been lost yet and the twists just add to what is already a great story. Highly recommended. One of Nora Roberts' best yet.
I like Nora but this one took way too long to get going
Liked the father's love story
Photographer and office professional
I did recomment this audiobook to my sister and she loved it. It is a fast paced interesting story. I commute 2 hours each way 4 days a week and like I told my sister, it's a really good thing when a book is so interesting that you can't wait to get into the car to hear more!
I loved them all but our heroine was my favorite because of her courage and strength.
No I have not, but I would again. I would even perhaps seek her out. She did a beautiful job.
The title is perfect the way it is.
A truly enjoyable read. Great for the summer. But we are coming out of winter and I absolutely loved it!
Nora Roberts has done it again, she gives us a look at men and women that risk their life to save our forestry from fires, and she added a liltte love and suspence to excite .
Well worth the read you will not want to put it down.
Overall, I enjoyed this book, but could have done without the embellishment of the scenery, fire and romance, which slowed the pace of the book. Enjoyed learning about "smoke jumpers" and during listening had to google the subject. I did figure out the "who done it" way before the ending, so that was disappointing.
Great story with a lot of interesting background information regarding fire jumpers. Good love story with elements of suspense. Highly recommend this one!
This book is very detailed about fire jumping and the people who work in that profession. Forget the romance if you don't like that (I don't either). The story is absorbing and you will actually learn from Robert's fiction. I like it when I can get more out of a book than the plot itself. My crabby husband loved it!
It ranks pretty near the top. Absolutely top 10!
I would compare it to both The Witness and The Search, both by Nora Roberts. They both have the same feel, although they are about very different subjects. Great suspense and intrigue keep you hooked all the way through!
Gulliver...he would be interesting to talk with.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves a little romance and a gripping story...Great book!
67 year old artist/filmmaker.
Less firefighting ... there doesn't seem to be much else.
I usually like Nora Roberts books.
I'm not sure why I got bored with this one.