I could relate to the story line and it was touching.
The cemetery part of the story when the best friends were able to put things in perspective
This was my first Debbie Macomber book and I'm so hooked! Looking forward to start the Cedar Cove series.
Audio-fiction ADDICT !
My first book to this author, and I had fallen in love with her! I felt so peaceful listening to this book. Smooth and emotional. And the narration was just perfect. I had bought all her books and will be listening to them one after the other :) and it's a U listen, you can listen to it with your younger siblings or offspring. It's CLEAN.
this is my 1st book by this author. heard about her for years from others but suspected they would be like nicholas sparks books so avoided them. ns and now dm books make me want to gag and throw them across the room. picked this one because of cedar cove tv series. now im thinking tv series would have lasted longer if it had followed the 'ghostly' phenom and story lines outlined in this book. the first half is so boring my eyes were bleeding even though i listened instead of reading. good narration kept me going to second half. i may read the rest of the series so i can wade faster through the boring bits. now that the characters are getting fleshed out, maybe there will be fewer boring bits.
This was my first Debie macomber book and I can't say that I loved it. I was incredibly put off by the narrator's monotone/robotic voice and I couldn't help but feel like I kept hearing things repeated over and over again. Maybe had I actually read the book I might have enjoyed it more.
I would listen again...I love happy endings.
Loved the new Innkeeper and loved the new name for the inn. Starting over is takes courage and she was an inspiration
She has a soothing pleasant voice.
Excellent performance by the narrator. The story kept my interest, but I was constantly uneasy with a theology that I could not agree with. I know it could have been presented as just pretend, but it was obvious that the author wanted to communicate that this is her perspective of how things really happen. The dead are the ones speaking to the living and leading them with voices and making things happen in their lives rather than God leading you and speaking to your heart. Although the author did not make light of God or put him down, he was just a non-factor. But the voices and the presence of the spirits of the Dead were very much a real factor in the story.