Interesting twist having the guy side of the story along with the ladies. Usually, just from the female character's perspective. Fun. Good humor.
voice is easy to listen to. Maybe not all of his "whiney kid" voices but most of the rest.
Outright chuckle at some of the true to life comments of a couple of characters.
Probably about an 8
The end was good
Have only lisrened to three. Rates very good.
Not one special moment,
A little unrealistic but a good listen. After all it is fiction.
No, his attempt at women and children's voices was like chalk on a blackboard.
The sameness as her other books.
As stated above.
Awful! Awful! Awful! It's hard to enjoy a romantic story when the narrator can only o manly voice!
I wasted my money buying the trilogy when the narrator is the same or all three books.
Great love story
The love and friendship relations between all the characters
He did an okay job on the women voices. However loved the men voices.
Yes,it made me laugh and cry.
I love Nora Roberts books. She's a wonderful author!!
I love the storyline, but I always love Nora Roberts books. The only thing that slightly turned me off to this book was the narrator. His "kid" voices are terrible. Other than that I didn't so much mind, but he is not my favorite narrator.
I have read everything Nora Roberts has written. I love to travel I love this trilogy in fact on my second round listening
Say something about yourself!
I think this series would be best sent to Harlequin and combined so as to save time and money. Something truly lacking in the story, no depth and the narration is as slow as frozen molasses.
I am a Nora Roberts fan btw just not this series and certainly not for the cost.
Brilliance Audio should have used female narrator for the women and boys characters. It taught me a lesson. Listen to the sample and hope it's from part of the book where several roles come interact. Especially, if you've read the book.
Terrific storyline. I could see the whole story unfold in my mind. Nora Roberts' characters are strong and loving. Her prose flows so realistically. I enjoyed the parent/child plays. I have never read or listened to a bad Nora Roberts book.
Mr. Andrews' narration for the men was spot on perfect, but he doesn't do women and children well. His narration of the women and children made them sound whiny and weak, which worked my nerves. They sound nothing like a Nora Roberts character. This is a big disappointment since this is one of her best series.
Dual (male/female) narration.
Learn from my example. If you have already read the book and it came alive for you, listen to the sample Audible provides to see if you have the same reaction to the audio. I bought the 2nd and 3rd book before I got around to listening to the 1st, but I'm sure I can listen to them.
I really like Nora Roberts books but this one I almost found unbearable. The narrator tried hard but with so many characters especially three children it was difficult. I felt the story was good and thankfully it picked up near the end but there was toooooo much information on the Inn the discriptions seemed to go on and on. I got tired of hearing about it. I felt it took too much away from the story.