I've tried on a few occasions to get into this book, but simply cannot. I think that maybe this author is one that you either love or hate her style of writing. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan.
A wonderful story of a widow with 3 small boys moving back to her hometown and falling in love with a childhood friend who loves her boys as much as he loves her. Awesome!
I liked them all but probably I would choose Murphy, the youngest boy because he has so much character!
I actually don't know.
Several when Beckett reached out to the boys to get to know them as much as he wanted to get to know their mother.
I can't wait for the next book in this triology!
I Love Nora Roberts her Characters are always well defined
The Ghost Lizzy
His voices are good not great but you can tell the people apart so that is always good
I liked that Claire had a past, that added complications to a new relationship. The story got me right in and it was lovely to know that it was only the first in the series.
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This book got me to downloading the entire series. I was never really into romance novels, but theres something about these characters, the writing of the book, the way the narrator told the story that made me into an audible addict. Yes, i agree with some that it was a slow start, but as i got into knowing the characters, i started listening to this on my commute to and from work as well as on my days off from work. MacLeod Andrews does a pretty good job changing up the voices and like all male narraters, he makes the females sound a little off, but hey you cant make all the different character voices perfect in an audio book. I am glad that they used the same narrater for the entire series.
As for the book, this is Clare's story and how she fell in love with Beckett. As for all series, you get introduced to everyone whos important in the series: Clare, her kids, Beckett, the Montgomery brothers, Justine, Hope and Avery. It also has a small side story line about a ghost and the Inn they are building. The ghost is kind of like a matchmaker cause shes the one who pushes the Montgomery brothers to think about the women in their lives. Anyway, its a nice listen while you are just laying back and relaxing. Hope you enjoy it like i did.
Like the story line
Didnt like the narration, absulotly at ALL
Made me smile
Anybody els who knows how deal with multiple characters and make me hear the difference. That is all.
As a romance book, yes it was
I feel disappointed cuz the same narrater did the next 2 books!! I am not going to waist my money to get the rest of the collection and give my self hard time.
Made me feel as if I was part of the story. I cried and I laughed ALLOT at the brotherly love! LOL
There is no comparison
I loved each and every one of them but Rider has it going on!
I did listen to all in one sitiing
I hated that the series of these books had to end. I wanted them to go on forever! I REALLY want to see a Hallmark or WE Movie made from these three books!
Totally enjoyed the close knit group of friends in this small town.
Beckett was my favorite. The young brothers, Harry, Liam & Murphy's voices were delightful!
Say something about yourself!
The hero was fantastic. One falls in love with him from the start. Masculine, and oh so sexy. One also cares for the Heroine soon. I love the snippets about the Inn being built, the ghost, the Heroine's Bookshop and her interaction with the Hero. I also liked the bit of suspense added.
The hero is incredible in dealing with and bonding with her thee wild boys. It makes you root for him and want the romance to work out so much. I also loved the DOGS!
Lovely voice, so well read.
Absolutely and I had to rush out and buy the other two books in the series with the greatest of urgency.
My first Nora Roberts. A fantastic author.
I have not read the print version.
The story's hero is sweet and sensitive. All of the characters are portrayed as "real" people.
Mr, Andrews's performance is very good. Even his female voices are believable.
The potions of the book wherein our hero bonds with the heroines children are particularly endearing, especially the superhero coffins.
I look forward to the rest of the trilogy.