While the narrator was excellent, the story was somewhat lacking. The beginning of the book built up a great adventure/mystery, then the romance starts and the mystery moves towards the background and the ending, in my opinion, was a bit anti-climactic.
It was better than wathcing it play out on the television. I actually skipped watching t.v. so that I could be still and see the characters that they so vividly described.
My first Mystery book, but I have already purchased another from Nora Roberts.
I bellieve she was the best possible reader for this book she was Abigail.
I am a GP in Australia. I listen to my audio books when working out at the Gym.
Last quarter was not upto the mark.
I have not.
She is amazing!
Ended quite abruptly. Expected much more!, hmmmm
Pretty up there!
The storyline was so exciting I couldn't stop listening. The narrator is also amazing as well. Highly recommended.
This was a great book. I loved the love story between the 2 main characters. I was spoiled to think all of Nora Roberts books meet a high standard but I was wrong sadly. This book does not disappoint. Can't say the same for her other books.
i have been following nora roberts for many years, and i believe this is the best book yet, had a hard time stopping to sleep but great characters, would definitely recommend!!
Julia Whelan did a great job as always!! helps bring the story & characters to life
Great story, with a rather strange end. It seems like Nora Roberts was in a rush to finish the book.
Remember when your parents told their friends stories late at night around the kitchen table? I remember listening; hanging on every word, able to see the story unfold because the story was great and the story teller simply put some much passion into telling. Ms. Roberts truly has develop such an experience and the Ms. Whelan ensures that you too will hang on every word. If you're looking for an excellent read; this is your book. Wonderful!!!!
Are all Nora Roberts books this tedious? No wonder she can churn them out so quickly. The actual plot in this book could have been told in 2 hours. But no. Roberts fluffs up her weak story line with enough crap to choke a horse. How many times do I have to listen to a discription of Abigal Lowery's garden? The dinner she's making? The hoodie she's wearing? The main character tells and retells the murder scenario about 100 times. I dreaded her meeting another character because it was just going to be told again. And again. And again. I wanted this book over more than any other I've listened to before. I'm sure there's a market for this crap, and I'm sure Nora Roberts is laughing all the way to the bank. But do yourself a favor and stay as far away from her pablum as possible.