Yes, if you enjoy Irish legends. Iona is a bit irritating at first,but she eventually starts to grow on you.
The showdown, very vivid descriptions.
It was screamed all the way through. Loud. Shrill. Even the love scenes were shouted - and not in a pleasant way. Nuances, change of volume and a slowing of the frenetic place would have made it more interesting.
Moments of quiet. Love doesn't always need to be shouted.
The well drawn characters and the bit of backstory of how the witches all came to be. Loved the inclusion of hawk, hound and horse as guides.
Wonderful dramatic interpretation and the lilt of the Irish.
I disagree with those who criticize the narration. I think KK does a fine job and love her work.
the narration was the best of all but I love the story I love the people in the story it was a wonderful book. Can't wait to listen to book number 2.
The story was interesting but the narration especially of Iona was very annoying.
I love Nora Roberts. I cannot even tell you what this book is about and I have listened to 3/4 of it while listening fairly intently. I am a podcast person. I love audible.
I just cant get past the performance! She does the accents, she "acts" out the scene... which is a little awkward in the love scenes. My final thoughts are that just bc you like reading Nora does not mean you will enjoy listening to Nora Roberts books.
It was over the top to such an extent that I don't understand the plot or characters that well.
Nora Roberts novels do not translate well to audio books for various awkward reasons. The "cliffhanger" effect in her books is not as strong as you clumsily attempt to follow the narration.
I love every book by Nora Roberts! Add this one to the list. The characters and plot sucked me in from the beginning. Now, to read the next 2 stories in the series.
I love her writing! I am always happy with her stories, some more than others but ya can't go wrong listening to them!