I really enjoyed this story...and I've read or listened to at least 95% of Nora Roberts/JD Robb's books. I especially enjoyed the narrator's different characters...she truly captured the nuances of the region.
I had to be in the car anyway...
I have enjoyed several of the series narrators, especially The Bride Quartet stories, JD Robb stories, and the Boonsboro trilogy. So, yes I will try other books, but I will probably steer clear of this predictable, poorly narrated series.
I really enjoyed her narration of the main character, but all of the other women sounded like they were 70 years old. I cannot imagine them as the main love interest in any other stories.
I really enjoyed the interplay between the characters. The interaction between Maggie, her sister, and the mother was very well done.
The narration was very well done. I will seek out the narrator again in the future.
I drove extra miles at the end just so I could hear the ending!
Thoroughly enjoyable. I purchased the other two books in the series after I listened to this one.
I have read or listened to the entire series, up through this book, and this may be the last. I wasn't turned off by the M/M love story, but I actually started skipping chapters after chapter 8...finally, I skipped ahead to @ chapter 85 and Blay and Quinn were STILL lamenting lost opportunities? Are you serious? After the original Brothers, this series has become increasingly boring. I don't even really like the heroes anymore. Too bad. Think I'll stick with the first 5 books.
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