You feel like its a movie your listening to.
they dont drop story lines. There is follow up and a refresher if you forgot it.
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Yes I would recommend this book. The book is funny, romantic, and full of couples working through problems to find happiness.
Each personality comes through in his reading. You visualize them in his interpretation of the words.
Read the third book in the trilogy, and listen to another of the author's books
Voracious reader, wife and Mommy of 1- 6 year old girl, a 6-year old yellow lab and a third grade teacher of 20 boys and girls.
I would probably not listen to it again, but I would read it again for sure.
Any of her romances novels, she usually uses ghosts or suspense in some way.
Just narrate, let actors do the voices. A man doing a female voices sounds ridiculous.
I did not read the print version - I'm an audio addict as I listen on my commute.
I liked how Avery handled her mother when she returned.
I laughed a lot during the boy - the dynamic between the main characters is funny but I was also saddened a time or two.
Yes, in my instance, as I drive a lot.
Like them all
Not fond of the narrators voice.
Love the books so far! Great story lines, I love the continuity of the characters, it makes them feel real. You feel connected to them. I especially got a kick out the reference to Eve & Roarke from the In Death series, very smooth :)
Right up there. I didn't want it to end and was very disappointed to learn that the third book hasn't been released yet... I wanted to go straight into it. This is a lovely romantic story.
It is slightly predictable in that it is pretty clear from the start (even from the first book) who will end up with whom, but that anticipation of the inevitable is part of the romance for me.
It was a nice surprise that the second book in the trilogy is from the point of view of a different character than the first.
This is a wonderful story & series. I love the small town-known you my whole life theme. Nora Roberts continues to amaze me with her talent. The narrator greatly improved from the first book. He made the older women sound not quite so elderly and the children sound like children now not cartoon characters. I really enjoyed both books in this series & can't wait for the 3rd to come out next month.