Laughed and cried. Loved this one, more than first one. I hope third is this good if not better. Ryders story has to be good.
I did talk about the narrator in the first edition of this series but he has grown on me. He still pauses for way too long while people are all talking but he does a great job all in all. I can't wait to read the third book in the series. I am especially interested in how Ryder and Hope fall in love considering Nora has made him so incredibly grouchy and surly throughout books one and two. I'm interested to see how hope tames him. The only recommendation I would give is that since this is a three-part series I wish the books told a little bit more about the people in the books prior but other than that I love Nora Roberts!
I like the Boonsboro trilogy and this book is my favorite. Sweet romances with inbreeding story lines. To me the narration is just right.
It is a nice way to wrap the series - fills in enough holes without trying to tie up every loose end that there is.
The scene when the old boyfriend shows up..
The ability to give each character a different voice - male and female alike..
Hmmm... that is a hard one. I would prefer to take out the whole family rather than one specific character..
yes, its a good story, and romantic
when Owen realizes he loves her.
the first real kiss
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Yes I would because I absolutely loved the first one in the trilogy, and although this one was as good it still was very enjoyable. I just prefer the other two brothers. But MacLeod Andrew's voice made it perfect as always.
When she finally realises and gives in to her feelings and allows him to be part of her life.
Yes I have and he delivers every time. I think he has an incredible voice and I love the way he narrates. I think he should do more Romances because a good mans voice makes them a lot more enjoyable.
I think it would be Beckett or Ryder, but probably Beckett because he's just perfect.
I think everyone will enjoy it.
I can find a book to love in any genre -- a beautifully written classic, an interesting mystery or sci-fi, a trashy romance. Bring it!
This was my first romance novel, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I liked the characters and the small town yet contemporary setting for the story. All of the characters were very likeable, and the romance between Owen and Avery was very flirty, well-developed and believable. The love scenes were described in a very classy and somewhat symbolic way, yet it was easy to visualize and imagine their passion. I would have liked a more interesting background story, but even still I found myself anxious to listen as often as I could to this audio book. The narrator was very good, and I thought he had a perfect voice for Owen and his brothers. I will probably wait a few years, but I will listen to this story again.
Ranks in the top 10
Ryder is my favorite but I really enjoyed all the characters