I loved this book. It was a fun romance that is classic Nora Roberts. I think my favorite character is the Inn. I love watching the brothers remodel the inn and bring it to fruition. I love the naming of the rooms after famous literary couples that found their happily ever afters. I love that in this book in particular the heroine owns a bookstore. While listening to this book, I found myself looking into the practicalities of making a trip to Inn Boonsboro for myself (and it looks quite doable). At first, I was thrown off a little bit the sound of MacLeod Andrews voice as the narrator of the series. Mostly, I think, because I was expecting a female narrator but once the book got to going, he was perfect.
I really liked the new story. The brothers are real and down to earth. I love that small town setting. I liked the narrator for the brother's voices, they were right on. And his timing was great...not so fast...some real feeling. The kids voices on the other hand were pretty bad. Female voices weren't that great either.
Nora you did it again. The men and the inn ready for both of them. Just fabulous. Listeners/readers gets all three books.👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾😘
I love Nora Roberts. This book however I had to rewind because the reader's voice got to me. His voice is nice, except when he tried to play a women or child's role. His voice was whinny and just go to me. I realize it is my personal preference, but took away from the book for me.
Nora Roberts is usually a known quantity, but the dialogue in this book was uncharacteristically bad. The narrator did the voices of women as Charles Nelson Reilly and the children with speech impediments or worse. The characters were so unlikable, I found myself rooting for the stalker. When the romantic pair's first conflict as a couple was over a ghost, my eyes became X X and my tongue lolled out.
I am retire, love to read
Some of her voices were good, but Sara, the kids, Hope were very bad
Disappointment. I scape half of the book and the end was really bad a ghost writing in a mirror, give a break.