Yes, this is a lovely story, full of romance. I really enjoyed it
All of them! It's refreshing to hear romance read by a male, and of course he brought the men to life... and the young boys were great too
I have never read or listened to any of Nora Roberts books and I just decided to give this one a try. I quickly listened to book one and book two without knowing that book three wasnt even available yet! So now I am hanging on the edge to hear what happens and I cant wait for the final book of this trilogy!
The story was intriguing and interesting however the language and sexual content was intense. The writing is good and really does not need these elements to sell the talent of the author.
The reality of the characters and the relationships.
His voice paints a picture and brings the story to life.
I would love to read more from is author but I think the lanuage and sexual content will keep me from doing so in the future.
The fact that it pulled you in from the start and made you
want to hear the rest of the book
Lizzie, the ghost
Wonderful story. The detail in the descriptions of the Inn makes me want to go to Boonsboro MD. I've even mapped out a trip for the future to include a couple of nights at the Inn. The narration take patience to get used to. He does an excellent job with the three brothers & with the younger women. Unfortunantly, his voices for the children & the older women go to the extremes. Good news though--I listened to the second book in this serie which is narrated by the same actor & he does much much better.
Once again, Nora Roberts delivered a great book. The narrator does a pretty good job at making each character sound different. I must say though that it was torture listening to him try to perform the children.
I love the character development in Nora Roberts' books. This was no exception. Although the recipe seems to be repeated from other series there were enough differences to make this really enjoyable. A few nice twists too.
The McKade Brothers books by Nora Roberts. Similar premise with brothers finding true love.
Becket for sure.
If you get past the shrill children's voices from the performer the rest is pure pleasure!
Yes - Only because the following books were better and the characters where good
The reader was horrible for the women's and kids voices. Having listened to over 300 audiobooks - I'd say it is close to the worse narrator ever.
This book could have been so much better if N. Roberts would have spent less time describing the rebuilding of the inn. May because I knew this was based on an inn she owns and remodeled made me feel like I was reading an infomercial. The character parts were great but she could have developed the story line of the characters more and the inn less.
I first read the book the got the audiobook so I could listen to it again while driving. I am a truck driver so I can not always read. So many books carry only 1 or 2 themes but this one had alot more and moved at a pace that grabbed you by the pants.
The ghost and her way of dealing with the live humans and in turn the humans dealing with the ghost.
They all blended in so well with each other but if I had to pick one it would be the ghost.
Not only did I cry and laughed but did not want to stop listening till the story was done.
Looking forward to the rest of the trilogy. I enjoy the trilogy lines that Nora Roberts does.