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When Billy and Lizzie were re-united.
Too many to pick just one.
I loved that this is an actual town and inn and what Nora Roberts did to re-store the inn and build a wonderful story around it.
I liked the relationship between rider & hope in this last book of the series the best. The conclusion to the ghost story was also very touching. Overall the series was OK not my favorite.
A busy Mum and Accountant. Listen to books while driving to work or sunbathing is my guilty pleasure.
MacLeod is a great narrator and will choose a book if I knew if he was reading. I think I would buy another Nora Roberts books, although I found this one was predictable I still enjoyed the story. I may rethink buying trilogies. I've re-listened too the first two books three times now, I'm not sure if I'll be rushing into re-listening this one.
I would like to heard about Hope's wedding as well. Open with Avery's and finish with Hope's wedding, it only seems fair.
Nothing to change.
Yes, a TV series could work really well.
I love the people of the Inn Boonsboro. The guys are wonderful personalities and the women are warm and lovable. This trilogy is better than 5 stars.
I was disappointed when this last book ended. I wanted to know even more about them.
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
The Perfect Hope is in the top 2 or 3 books that I've listened to so far
When the ghost told Hope "Good riddence" was one of the most most memorable moments in the story.
When it was discovered that Ellie's love was in the direct linage of Ryder's family.
I have this series of books. I have start with the First, and I'm listening to all three together.
When Billy Appeared.
Love the voice in the books
Was a good book with all the smiling, laughs and sad.
This is Nora Roberts best series. Want more.
I fell in love with the Ryder character from the first book and couldn't wait for the series to come around to his story. Some of my favorite scenes from the series included or starred him and I found myself laughing or smiling whenever his "voice" came on.
He infuses the characters with a personality beyond what is written on the pages. He is one of the main reasons I fell in love with Ryder's rough personality. I have since searched out books performed by MacLeod and haven't been disappointed. Loved his performance on the Carter Ross series, which I wouldn't have purchased if not for MacLeod.
Laughed my @ss off in parts. Sighed dreamily in others.
I know the main character is supposed to be Hope (hence "The Perfect Hope"), but Ryder is the highlight of this book, as well as in the other two. Wanted more.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this series and this one did not dissapoint. I love the humor and the interaction of the family.The narrator does a great job of giving each character a different voice making it a truly enjoyable listen.
Nora has done it yet again. I truly enjoyed this triology, even more after I went on line and found the real B&B and had a look at the rooms!! Wesley&Buttercup is just enchanting. I had high hopes, no pun intended, for this last entery because Ryder was my fav brother. He reminded me a little of Simon from Search yum yum. I was not disappointed. Then of course I rarely am with Nora. MacLeod Andrews is one of my favorite male narraters, I find male narraters harder to listen to at times but M. Andrews does a superb job and is easy and smooth.
The background story of Lizzie and Billy.
Basically the same as most of Nora Robert's other series. I cannot say there was anything unexpected by the ending.
He done a stupendous job on the whole trilogy series.
I have to say Nora Robert's nailed the reactions of the guys. I got quite a few chuckles at some of their opinions, especially Ryder. Typical male! A few tears were also ongoing in certain areas.
I absolutely loved this series, in fact it is my favorite of all of her trilogies. Maybe typical writing for Robert's but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hate to see it end. Maybe just one more story???