This was another great read from Nora Roberts. Good main characters and good narration. The beginning was a bit slow and difficult to listen to just because of the painful situation the heroine was in. Love the town and ancillary characters, as well.
The entire book was good
The character were all very good the location for the story was excellent
Maybe just to a female friend
Yes, the part when she was in the Safe House about to celebrate her birthday
My esteem for Audible has certainly increased after enjoying this book!
I was expecting more lots more drama, suspense based on the summary. I was disappointed with how much emphasis there is on a relationships. Its just not my cup of tea. I got the book, because it seemed more of a suspense, thriller type. In reality, I would say 1/4 of the book is that way.The ending really let me down. I was expecting a big resolution to the built up story line, instead the finish was just a leaf in the wind, that just floated on by.
I would if they're interested in relationship story line with some suspense.
Spoiler alert! This book has all the thrills for which I've been waiting. I felt the angst of the young girl in a loveless situation. I could see the scenes in my mind as I listened to the performance. I was entranced by the "Andy Griffith" type hero, loving his humor and patience. I waited anxiously as the witness developed her revenge. I also gasped when she "died." Listen to this one!
intriguing, suspenseful, lovestory
how brooks got what he wanted, the love of his life
Right at the top.
Yes it is loved it
I enjoy all of Nora Roberts book. I Have the hold collection of 'In Death"
I would recommend this because the story is strong, the characterisations are interesting and there was good tension.
Yes, but you can't, so instead I listened as much as I could over the weekend, gardening, shopping, doing the washing, cooking and any other excuse!
The characters were very real and the story is something that could or does happen. It combined suspense, a love story and reality. Kept me on my "toes" until the end.
There were three characters I especially liked. Elizabeth Fitch aka Abigail, her dog Bert and Chief of Police Brooke. They made the story believable. One could feel Elizabeth's fear, the reaction of her excellently trained dog and the way Brooke sucessfully carried out his job in resolving to break this case. You could also feel the humanity of the story.
I am an avid reader and this lady is one the the best adapting her voice to each character. I think she would be excellent in narrating any book.
I neither laughed or cried but waited in suspense as each chapter was read to see the murderers captured. Seeing that Elizabeth could regain her real identity and live a true life was absolute relief but I hated to see the book end as it was so well written.
I felt this book was one of the best written by Nora Roberts.