The top 2 or 3 of all.
This story took so many unexpected turns, it kept me interested.
I liked the father the best.
The beginning (prologue) is a bit disjointed in my opinion, and though I love Rebecca Lowman as a narrator, it seemed like she tried to get it all out in one breath. After you get into the story though, things settle down and the pace gets back to normal. The characters were great, and I laughed out loud at several points of dialogue.
The interaction between the hero and heroine was done very well, and I thought you got a good glimpse of both their background stories. I even enjoyed the secondary characters, especially Lucas (the heroine's father) and his story.
I would definitely recommend this one to other readers.
Lucas. He reminded me a lot of my dad. Strong, silent and an absolute adoration for his daughter.
This narrator has too much of a monotone voice. She seemed to have trouble projecting emotion and this story has a lot of emotions in it.
I think I would have been better off reading this in book form, rather than listening to it. The narrators voice took too much away from, what I think, is a very exciting story with very powerful characters.
I didn't read the print version. The audio book was great and I have suggested it to everyone I know.
Everything! Shes amazing, she brings the characters to life. She makes you feel as if you are right there at camp.
Gul! He sounds like the perfect man. Or her dad, he seems like a great guy, or Rowan who is amazing.. Heck I love to take the whole cast out out we'd need a big table with lots of food and drink.
This book was fun, exciting, with some romance thrown in there. If you want to have a good time, this is the book for you. You'll laugh, shed a tear, your heart will get to pumping with excitement... Enjoy.
I've enjoyed many Nora Robert's books. Some are better than others. This one captured me from the start and didn't let me go until the very end. I love the strong female fire fighter and really got in to the mind set of the men and women who fight fires and keep many of our homes safe. It is really a book about triumph on many levels.
Each time a fire was conquered, I couldn't help but cheer. I was tired just contemplating what they went through. Plus, I love the thrill and mystery of the storyline.
This is my first Rebecca Lowman listen. I enjoyed her very much.
I wouldn't. Great name.
This is no War and Peace, but for some enjoyable hours with tough, yet tender characters all fighting for one common cause and a storyline that keeps you jumping - this is your ticket!
This book had a lot of potential and could have been another entertaining Roberts romance to help keep my mind off things like cleaning and rush-hour traffic. However, I did not like that the main male and female characters were a couple right off the bat. Yes, I can understand that she wanted to break from the same formula of virtually every other book she's written, but I have come to appreciate that. The information on how the firefighters train is very interesting and admirable.
This was one of Roberts best. The characters were believeable and sassy. Story line keeps you guesing, I thought I had it figured out many times but was wrong!!! The audio versons are wonderful and allow me to keep up with this prolific author.
This is a awesome story, you don't want it to end, Narrated was great with all the voice. Will listen to this story again.