I have never read a book by Julie Garwood that was anything but entertaining. As far as Tanya Eby goes, while the accent's could have been better. I have listen to much worse narrator's. All of Ms. Garwood's character's would be great in a book of their own. A book with these main characters have long been awaited. And for me was a real treat. I would love to see Walker's, Spencer's, and Liam's stories told.
This is just plain funny and cute. I think it is the best one so far of the series. I will be looking forward to anything else by this particular author. She has a keen since of humor that just seems to touch my funny bone. I laughed out loud when listening to all three of these book's. And truly hope everyone gets the same amount of enjoyment from them. The narrator Amy McFadden is perfect for this book. I have to admire her for being able to read this one without giggling out loud.
First let me say I have been a Catherine Coulter fan, since her first book was published. When her FBI thrillers came out I fell in love with Sherlock and Savich. And would immediately grab them as soon as they would come out. Until they brought in the paranormal and weird characters of the Blessed bunch. I have thrown more than one book and CD out into the garbage. I was so in hopes that they were done with that junk. And am praying that this last book will be the end to it at last. For one I think this book would have been a 5 star without the Blessed parts. Really like that they are bringing Nicholas over from England. And can see all kinds of possibilities for different really good stories.
The dialogue in this book was really funny. Had me laughing out loud and shaking my head. Some of the analogy was simply a crack up. I absolutely love a book that can make me laugh as makes ones day better. No long drawn out sex scenes in this book which is refreshing to say the least. Just 14 hours of fun in my opinion. I will be looking for the next book in this series.
This book is like a fairytale. With some cute, funny, and very sad scenes. I don't usually like a tear jerker love story. But this book was well worth the tissues used. As an adult I have no problem with a couple of sex scenes. But personally I found this book to be refreshing do to the absence of those overly drawn out sex scenes. That so many of the newer authors insist on putting into their stories. Which in my opinion add absolutely nothing to the story line. As for this book I wouldn't hesitate to let a young teen read this story. There would be no worries about encouraging bad morals just good character building. Good job of narration done by Cris Dukehart.
Wow-wee if action is what you are looking for go no further. These books have it all. Bang up hero's and heroines getting into situation after situation. Just when you think they are home free? Whack their right back into having to face the bad guy's again. I personally enjoyed these action packed books. Although I did get tuckered out, from trying to help them out of one hot spot after another. Even had to stop and rest a couple of times. Before going on with the story.
Rock star and Doctor? Certainly not what I would call a compatible couple. But ended up being a cute story. Loved the teenage daughter with the attitude. She was cute and funny as she tried to play cupid between her dad and the lady. I see that Abigail Strom has written other books. So I can only hope that they will become available on audio before long. The two narrator's of this book were very good. It was a pleasure to hear the female voice done by a female. And the male voice done by a male narrator. Really put a nice touch on the book for me.
I really wanted to give this Jessica a kick in the pant's. I have little patience with someone who dives in when not needed. If this book had been real life. She would have ended up getting both of herself and the cop killed. Do I find her brave and heroic? No I find her hard headed and a know it all. Sorry Ms. Roberts I didn't particularly like this female lead. Like I usually do with your other female leads. Also sorry Mr. Podehl but your female voice was a little much. On the other hand your Male voices were very good. Think this would be better with you and a female narrator.
Both of these royal book's were a kickback easy read. I am in hopes there will be a third book on the other brother Max. Caitlin Davies southern accent was a little off. But certainly did not take away from the story line. I'm really glad that I read Suddenly Royal first, as Recklessly Royal picked up and continued the story.
While each of these books could stand alone. It's a pleasure to read them in order. Once again I can't say enough about the narrators of each of them. James Daniels did a great job, just as the other's in bringing the story home. This family is what everyone longs for their families to be. When all of the Quinn's get involved in a problem look out, it's going to get taken care of. Tickled my funny bone when the dead grandma started talking to Seth. The way Nora Roberts ended this book makes me wonder If she might come back with another one. Wow if she does I will be first in line to get it.
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