The book lacks tension, aside from the ghost which is not mentioned in the blurb. I avoid ghost books and I enjoy romance novels that have something that drives the plot. This tells the slow boring story of old friends who start dating and run into zero bumps or hurdles. Multiply this by the incredibly slow narration, and you've got for one boring book. In fact, I fell asleep twice while listening to this book.
I'm really disappointed because I usually really like Nora Roberts, and in theory, I enjoyed the characters, but that's not enough to make me ever listen to this story again.
These two are just so cute together as they fumble their way through the change in their relationship from fantastic friends to lovers to happily ever after!!
This book just makes me giddy!
The story was ok. I got this book on sale so when I run out of things to read I fall back on my unread books. Can't say it was terrible but the story did not bind me to the book either. Ok characters and the usual slightly more than desired amount of mind ramble put in there by Nora Roberts was what I expected however, if I could go back I would not purchase this one.
Light and easy listen. No real drama, but still a solid Nora Roberts story. It was something I listened to while cleaning the house and still found myself smiling. I generally don't like male readers, especially when they try to do women's voice. It always seems too breathy, kind of like a 1-900 operator. He didn't do that and I actually enjoyed his reading. He did a great job.
It was so boring. Nothing exciting happens
No tension, no suspense, no excitement. It was sugary sweet and you knew how the story would end right from the start.
The best part of the story was when the hero walked in on his Mom and her boyfriend
So boring not worth a credit
It's part of an interesting series by Nora Roberts when your in the mood for a light sweet romance.
The main character Avery and Owen
Nora Roberts Romance