Reading is my greatest pleasure and I read for entertainment. Mystery, suspense and romance are my picks.
Yes, it was a great story and all of its twists and turns made it hard to put down.
As always with Norah Roberts, the plot is full of little side roads that makes you want to continue on and on. It wa sso very hard to find a stopping point.
When she finally told her story to the sheriff
When the mom got her new dog
It was a great read. I like happy endings and for me, reading is an escape from the day to day toils of life. I want entertainment. I don't want to have to look for hidden meanings and symbolism. I want to just enjoy a good story that holds my attention. And this one did!
engaging, memorable, amazing dog
Yes---the girl had a stong mind of her own--didn't know if she'd ever let the guy in---and how could even HE (a sheriff) keep her safe (incredibly clever ending)
I loved when he she asked him if he loved her and he answered by holding her tightly--then she asked him again and he said if he had to show her again---would the dog send him to the hospital?
yes--hard to put down---but too long for one sitting.
Like mainly mystery and suspense with a bit of chick lit and non-fiction thrown in. Severe addiction going on 10 years to Audiobooks.
I fell in love with every character right down to the dog! Great story! Good mystery with a nice romantic story tied in. I cheered for the main character to overcome everything! I laughed out loud at times and was sitting on the edge of my seat at other parts. Great narrator! I defy you to find one bad thing about this book! Put it on your summer reading list! One of Nora Robert's BEST!
The audio edition was quite good
The premise of young innocent genius girl becoming a cautious, paranoid woman was very interesting, I enjoyed watching her character develop.
The main character, Abigail, aka Liz
When John, the policeman, told young Liz to go and stayed to help her get away
This was my first experience with Nora Roberts. I am sure glad I chose this as my first. The book had me hooked from beginning to end. The performer was excellent. She captured the essence of each character. From the prior reviews, I chose the right book to start my introduction into Nora Robert's Novels. Great Audio Book!!!
Yes, the plot was very intriguing. The story was very well woven and retold..
This was my first Julia Whelan performance, but she was great. All of her character voices were very believable. She made the story flow and unfold expertly.
Has you captivated from the beginning to the very end..
An avid audible fan since 11 years now!
Haven't read it in printed form, but the audio makes for some extra immersion!
Abigail - she really sounds like she is a very smart woman and certainly to logic
The murder scene in the beach house was very exciting and very tense.
kept readers suspended till the end
No, I am a senior. I don't understand young people's culture, although the plot was interesting.
When Abigel confessed, Brooks offered helping hand.
The combination of suspense, genuine characters, romance...
I wouldn't say on the edge of my seat, somewhat predictable, but interesting
Not sure, but great performance of various characters
I've read a lot of Nora Roberts over the years...some stories are similar just different names and scenarios....but I loved these characters and the story!
My first Nora Roberts book and I will be looking for others. This was a great read, good characters, great story that kept moving and interesting twists and turns. Not predictable and cliche - even some romance. Something for everyone! Don't hesitate.
This book starts out interesting and just keeps getting better. The narrator does and excellent job with the voices, so you just want to keep listening, and listening. It's somewhat of a mystery, suspense, romance novel. Has a very good story, and really gets you wondering just how she can possibly get to have a normal life in the end. That is what our main character wants, when she meets that special guy, is a normal life. Her life has been in hiding, and she can trust no one, so it does seem to be an impossible feat. All in all, I really enjoyed the book.