Yes. Great story that I just could not quit listening to. A love story that tugs at your heart and your nerves... you want to smack them, hold them and kiss them all in five minutes!!
When Kellan spilled out all of his feelings for her!
She was good at switching her voice between characters. I have a hard time with that on most books. This narrator did a great job.
When they finally decided to be together..
The audio was terrible on this one. I could hear the narrator fine and she was great but there was alot of background noise going in and out. Sounded like they were taping this in a room of someones house...
Maybe..if they could handle the narration.
the guessing game through out the book.
The men's voices were really bad... but the female's were ok.
As always the narrator.. as in all of the books in this series she does a wonderful job.
The others in this series..
The first time Aiden and Erin were intamate...sweet and funny.
The narrator and the way she can make the story flow... smooth and with just enough emotion.
All in this series...
Yes . She is great in all of them.
Yes it made me laugh and Cry. I did have a extreme reaction to this book due to the conflict with the children. Having children of my own it was heart breaking.
I will always look at Pastor's differntly... :-)
The narrator who is so easy to listen to. She glides through the story just perfectly!
All in this series seem to be compareable..
Didn't have a particular one
When Rick was told to get out of the car and she drove off..
The relationship struggles between Shelby and Luke as well as the the relationship with Art.
Shelby she was young but not naive and was able to strong enough to move on even when her heart wanted to stay.
When Shelby and Luke reunited in the rain..
Love, dispare and fulfillment.
All (only 6) of the Virgin River Series that I have read have the same story line. Man meets women, one or both have issues but they find love and have bumps along the way. Just enough issues and love to keep you listening.
Yes. She is great!
Mad me laugh, made me cry.
I only have purchased the audio edition and would not have been able to read the book.
The Era it was set in
The voice for the male charachter was almost startling at times! The female characters were perfect pitch though.
I have only purchased the audio version and do not entend to purchase the print. I think had I read it in print it would not have been as interesting for me.
The female lead was a very strong woman.
Almost got me but drug in parts that kept that desire at bay.
As with any book I listen to I can really take in the words rather than having to re-read lines or papragraphs. I enjoyed the narrator as well.
The fact that it wasn't as Fifty Shades as I expected it to be by the summary I had read. No offense to Fifty Shades as I've already read that series twice! I was happy that the story seemed to veer off just enough that I was not always comparing it to Fifty.
When Lucy was rescued
When she was told "no" to love
I read on Sara's blog that she entends to 'Definitly" continue this series but I'm hoping it does not take forever ...the ending was too abrupt for my liking.
Pretty high.. maybe a 8 out of 10
Different elements remind me of other books like Reflected In You.
Same as the first book... just did not go with the book. The voice just didn't feel right for this one.
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