Book not as good as first one. But I am finishing listening to trilogy anyhow. 3rd book a little bit better. Could have done without Ghost.
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.
I loved this book and I think they will live happily ever after. I recommend this series and all of her other books that are written as trilogies. She is the best there is at this form of romance book
Oh of course. I love Nora Roberts, and for sure with the amount of books that woman pumps out she will have a few hits and misses. This was certainly a miss for me. Macleod didn't really add anything special to the story for me however I didn't hate the voice.
I think for me it was just boring. Nothing truly exciting happened and I just couldn't make myself fall in love with the characters. Beckett and Clare from the first book remained my favourite and I fell in love with Avery's father but our two main characters put me off a bit. I think perhaps I couldn't relate to them at all.
I've listened to the whole series of Inn Boonsburo now and his first book was the best of the series, this one was alright. He kept up the voices and I knew who was talking at all times. He did a reasonable job.
Enjoyed the way the story teller made the characters come to life. The image of the inn come alive. A place I would love to spend time at. Really enjoyed spending a few evening at the Inn.
I could not bring myself to finish this book. I'm am so upset that a man was picked to narrate this story. ESPECIALLY considering the audience this book is ever so clearly aimed towards. It was embarrassing to listen to him pretending to be a woman. I truly believe this book was have been so much better with a woman narrator. Either way, the story was pretty weak. But the guy.... really pissed me off!
I enjoyed this story very much. I laughed out loud at the boy's response to their mother's secret, and sniffled at the romance.