I love witty, fast-paced books that keep you turning the page.
Hope's story and how she gets together with Ryder is a wonderful wrap up to this trilogy. I enjoyed the banter and the layers that each character showed. As I noted in my review of the first book (The Next Always), the narrator still reads more slowly than I like, but he's fixed the terrible child voices and carries the strong along quickly enough that I only switched to 1 1/2 times a couple of times during the story. Although this isn't my favorite NR trilogy (Three Sisters and Born In hold that position), it was still a delightful way to spend my commute time.
In the top 10!
It took me in as if I were actually a guest at Inn BoonsBoro!
Vision through her animated reading.
I even looked up the details and told my husband I wanted to go to Maryland and stay at the Inn BoonsBoro!
what a great ending to a great trilogy, never disappointed in anything that Nora writes
I love how interwoven all the characters are. They feel really real.
Been a while, so I don't remember her name, but the gal that owns the pizza shop...because she is casual, and quirky, and strong.
The narrators voice is extremely sexy. Does men and women with no trouble. Will be looking for more work by him. Wish he did more Nora Roberts.
This was the book to tie everything together. I love the way Nora Roberts connects her books through the characters and I love learning new things about each character with every new point of view. This was a lovely end to the series, sufficiently enticing me to move to a tiny town and open an inn. Aaannd perhaps find my own Montgomery brother.....Excuse me while I go pack my bags.
Read the book instead of listening.
I am a huge Nora Roberts fan but found this trilogy to be mostly an advertisement for the inn she and her husband have restored. The descriptions of the rooms in the inn are lavish; the story is a bit weak.
Nevertheless, having met the characters in the first two books, I was looking forward to the third. I was sorry that I had chosen to purchase the audio book instead of the book itself, as I often found myself wincing at the reader's inflections. I got the sense that he didn't really LIKE the secondary characters, as they come across as being one-dimensional and often silly.
Yes and I did
Ryder and Dumbass
An excellent series, wish Nora had more like this one. Down to earth with interesting characters. Love Ryder and Hope and the ghost!
Tell us about yourself!
How Hope finally breaks Ryder's shield of toughness. I love the way MacLeod Andrews delivers Ryder. He does all three brothers so well and mimics their personality to a T.
Becket is always my favourite because he's just fantastic but Ryder is rough and sexy and I like him too because under it all, he has a soft heart.
Where Ryder gets a bit embarrassed but I don't want to spoil it.
Yes it was, they all were.
I love the trilogy because they're lovely romantic stories and because MacLeod Andrews did an awesome job of delivering.
He brings good voice inflections to the characters.
The first two books of this series were kind of slow and boring, but this one held my attention and made me giggle. Ryder is the most interesting of the characters.
I'm simply me
five out of five!
Yes, when Rider dreamt about Billy, how he loved Lizzy, made me really believe love has lost its true meaning in today's life, and made me value and cherish it more!
Nora Roberts did an absolutely wonderful job with this series. I loved all the books in the trilogy but loved this one more. Five stars to you Nora, and I'll definitely be getting more of your audiobooks. :)