I absolutely loved having my favorite characters in a new setting. Keep up the great work Nora Roberts!
Once again J. D. Robb has lead us down an intriguing path with twists and turns that keep the story going until the very end. It is amazing that book #33 is as fresh as #1. The characters continue to develop, growing stronger and more interesting with each novel. Additionally, I can't imagine these books without Susan Erickson reading them. I was introduced to Dallas and Rourke and the many cast of characters through Audible. On the rare occasion that I have had to "read" an In Death book, some of the novellas, Erickson is in my head!
This book was great, it had everything one expects from a JD Robb novel and kept me awake one night to listen to the whole thing.
This book was so intriguing that it was extremely difficult to stop listening. It was a fresh approach of the ongoing story line. It’s hard to believe that this book could be better than many of the others in this series. It leaves you wanting more and anxiously awaiting the next “In Death” book. The narrator is fantastic.
Just when I think I will get tired of the series...J.D. Robb proves me wrong - again!! I am happy to report - J.D. Robb proves she is still at the top of her game!!!! Woohoo - gotta say - glad to be wrong on this one ;) - although, I kinda knew I would be!!!!
I usually really enjoy this series but there wasn't much story in this book. There was a whole lot of Eve working through her issues. It got kind of old after a while. I'll be happy when the next book comes along since hopefully Eve has all this out of her system.
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
This listen will tell you a lot about Eve's horrific past and how strong she is to overcome it. Of course Rourke is there beside her. The case is about an escaped hideous pedophile. Susan Erickson owns Eve Dallas and all the other characters, it wouldn't be the same without her.
Probably the most emotional and personal of the series. Fantastic reveal of Eve's life. This was a great story for the series and the title was perfect!
Certainly interesting idea taking Dallas back to Dallas. I guess by this time I'm tired of the psychology of Eve's past. Can't imagine another time she has to battle with controlling her desire to kill the bad guy, didn't we do this in the family home invasion ending? (I can't remember the title of that one.) But I keep re-reading the series and keep buying the book (just downloaded the newest one this morning) so obviously the good outweighs the bad significantly
All of the books by J D Robb are at the top of my list of enjoyable books - read or listened to.
There is always a common thread through the books, as well as twists and turns along the way; it's entertaining!
I believe Susan Ericksen's reading of the J D Robb books are the only time I've listened to her, but I wouldn't appreciate anyone else as much. She does a fantastic job.