If you have read/listened to the first two books in this trilogy, this one is worth it but was SO predictable. The story line followed the previous two with the same bad guy from the past interfering. I didn't get the chemistry, if any, between these characters - it was too forced. I prefer Nora Roberts suspense stories.
It's worth reading if you have read the previous two books in the trilogy.
I enjoyed the narrator and he certainly added to the experience.
Caffeine needed beforehand.
This was an enjoyable listen. I do not think I would have made it through the book but the narration is excellent and made it worth it.
Pronunciation is good.
But what a pity, I can only listen to part of them.
Listen to the story for many times.
This book is comparable to the other books in the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy. Nice story, good characters, easy listen - a definite feel good story.
The Perfect Hope is a great wrap up for this trilogy. I love the character development over the course of the series and the strong bonds of family and friendship. Very enjoyable series that I wish wouldn't end as I want to keep following the characters.
Only purchased the audio and my review is based on that.
Avery was favorite because she is involved in each book in the series.
No, I actually tried to stretch it out because it was so enjoyable and I will probably listen again in the future.
I really like the way Mr. MacLoud performs a book. With the exception of his children's voices, there is just about the right amount of change between characters. Nice cadence.
So many....I was laughing, crying, and sighing. Great in this type of genre.
The bringing the characters to life. I think I acutally skim more of the story if I'm reading vs listening to an audiobook.
It was too long for that but it kept me company for many work drives.
I loved the final installation of the Inn Boonsboro trilogy. Mrs. Roberts always comes through with full-bodied characters and is able to give you insights from both the male and female main character's point of view. As with all her books, I definately will be re-reading/listening to this trilogy again.
I liked that not only do you get to learn more about Hope and Ryder - but also get to stay in touch with the other main characters and what they're doing. And, I loved that Lizzie found her Billy... how wonderful.
I don't particularly care for his style of reading but after the first 2 chapters, I forgot about it. His gravelly Ryder was nice.
When Ryder realized that Hope wanted to face her old boss herself - to have that closure herself. When she said that when she couldn't have talked him out of confronting him, she'd have gone with him.. that was a moment.
The story of Hope and Ryder was beautiful..Watching them overcome their original "assumptions" about each other and their views on entering a relationship was classic. Hope proved to be exactly what Ryder needed even when he didn't know or understand exactly what he needed. I also loved how the narrator really got in to the voicing each character differently..tone, style..it was really engaging.
Ryder was my favorite. he was rough, raspy, but soft and engaging all at the same time. You couldn't help, but love him.
His voice and tone. I kept getting swept up in the story just by his voice and narration.
I loved when ryder awaoke from the dream he had about Billy. How it affected him ad how it connected him to Hope. You could see him falling for her, but during those moments, you saw him actually..fall.
I loved this trilogy of books. I enjoyed it so much that I read them all twice back to back. I loved Mr. Andrews. I will be sure to check out some books that he narrates just because of him.
Yes. It was funny, romantic, interesting, etc.
The story of Lizzie and Billy
Love the voice
Love Nora Roberts trilogies!
This third in the Inn Boonsboro series was very good, though not my favorite.
I didn't like the graphic descriptions of the torment and death of subjects, I went past them.
All MacLeon Andrew's performances are good, I enjoy listening to him.
Connecting the threads.
I thoroghly enjoyed the adventures of building and accessorizing the Inn and buildings, the interactions with the ghost, and the charm of the town. It had it's own personality, and enhanced the story.