Easy reading, family ties.
Yes. His narration provideds a clear picture of each character and location.
Yes it made me laugh and cry.
Be prepared to read all three. If you do not start with book 1 do not be alarmed because you will find yourself looking forward to completing the Trilogy.
It was a great ending to a triology.
I can't pick one. there was several that were memorable.
I enjoyed the romance, the fun of it. It was an easy listen, without alot of heavy emotions. It was, in short, one of the romance stories I enjoyed. I can get into and fantasy my own romance that is enjoyable.
Yes, first of all it is a Nora Roberts story, and the third of her Boobesboro Trilogy. I enjoyed Ryder's personality.
I was very moved by the soliloquy of that one day at Antietam. Ryder was dreaming it but the narration and the words made you feel like you were there. Amazing.
He has an excellent range. It's more exciting to listen to the words, and his inflections.
Small town, three brothers, ghost.
At the very top of the list.
Ryder Montgomery, I loved his personality.
There were serveral...1)When they finally decided to sleep together, but there was a person at the Inn. 2) When he realized that he loved her and told her on the balcony 3) When they found the full story of Lizzy.
GREAT Love Story!!!
it was a great ending to the Inn BoonsBoro Triogy
can't compare because I thought it was a great read on it's own
draws you in, you can picture the people just like you are there
It made me sad, happy and I laughed
love the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy
I enjoyed this last book in the trilogy but it wasn't as good as the other two. I loved how they found Billy for the Ghost at the Inn.
I LOVE Nora Roberts and I haven't read a book yet from her that I didn't like.
Yea read another Nora roberts book
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.
I enjoy Nora Roberts but this is not her best. I didn't connect to Hope as much as the two other female characters in books 1 & 2.
When Rylie drives down to the city and sorts out the ex'es family.
This is the first book that I have read of Nora Roberts that I cannot say anything positive about it. I had thought it would be a nice easy going relaxing story.
The story line was poor - you were expected to believe in a ghost appearing and talking to everyone looking for her lost love.