I thought this would be a typical romance/mystery novel - nice "bubble gum for my brain and a fairly good beach read." However it was more. I do not want to spoil the surprises, so I will not say more. I really enjoyed the characters and the surprises.
I liked too many to pick just one.
It was a perfect name.
The reader's accent did not sound like any Mississippi accent I have ever heard. I live in New Orleans, next door to mississippi. It was a little annoying at first, but I got used to it and it grew on me. I wonder how it would have sounded without the accent. He had a good expressive voice.
This one took about four chapters to set the 'hook' in me! But, once there, can't put it down or turn it off. Great mystery, again! She has a style all her own!
In this first part....the murder in the swamp!
Tucker and Caroline enjoying the sunset on the back porch of his home.
Tucker, Caroline and Useless...my favorites!!!
Mary Ann Wilmington, Delaware
Nora Roberts has out done herself, I always knew she was a great author, but this book kept me on the end of my seat...... The narrater was great and easy to listen too.... 5 Stars!!!! The ending was a surprize, but it was also great to know the two main characters were going to stay together... I look forward to Ms Roberts next book!!! Thank you Nora for your wonderful insight to romance.......
This book was like a terrible accident that I couldn't take my eyes away. I didn't like what I was seeing but I couldn't look away. A bit gruesome for me.
Mind boggling fun
Tucker was full of surprise
The title fits
This was a great mystery until the end
This isn't the type of book I normally listen to. After the first chapter I sucked right in to the back waters of Mississippi. The characters came to life for me and I found myself thinking about them while I wasn't listening to the book. I hope that anyone listening to this book enjoys it as much as I did. Its a thrilling old fashion murder mystery.
It's probably in the top 10
I liked when Caroline came into the library and discovered there was more to Tucker than she'd first thought.
I love love love Tucker's voice. It's entirely possible it's the sexiest voice I've ever heard.
Tucker, partly just to listen to him talk, and partly because of his easy-going intelligence.
My second Nora Roberts listen. Even though I had figured out who the killer was, I'm a fan.
It held my interest, narrator was fine. Great book, I enjoyed it quite a bit.
No, I never listen/ read a book more than once. I already know the ending
When she played the violin for herself.
I love to laugh, enjoy good mysteries, & get my adventures vicariously through stories :-)
The story was great but the narrator really brought these characters to life. This audio made me want to see a movie version of this story.
Anytime Tucker spoke, it was pretty memorable. Honestly, though, there were too many to choose just one.
His overall delivery. He effortlessly brought a distinct "voice" to each character.