Only drawback to Ericksen was that I kept expecting her to talk about Eve or Rourke.
Not sure why I'd missed this Howard book before, but I'm glad I got around to it. I thought the romance was smoking hot and though the mystery was a little predictable it was creepy enough to keep me guessing.
This is the third (or I guess the second if you go by birth order) O'Hurley triplet's story. It's been a couple of months since I listened, but what I remember primarily is that the hero smokes at the gym. While lifting weights. Which was pretty awesome. The suspense plot, of a stalker terrorizing Chantel on the set of her new movie, was pretty good for such a short book, and I enjoyed the Hollywood setting. Overall an entertaining read.
I read the O'Hurleys out of order, and read this one (the second) first. It's kind of hilarious to read about Reed, a record company executive, being really powerful but the romance itself holds up fine. Maddy's career as a Broadway star is entertaining and I liked them together. Marie Caliendo's narration was spot on. A short, but sweet little audio romance.
I find these old Nora Roberts releases to be quite charming. Though the smoking throws me off a bit. This first installment in the O'Hurley quartet is very good. I loved the instant chemistry between Abby and Dylan, and the way the boys welcome Dylan into their little family is great.
I'd been hearing about Louise Penny's Gamache series for a while, so I finally took the plunge with listening to the first one as an audiobook. I really loved Ralph Cosham's narration. So much so that I don't think I can read the print books now without hearing his voice. The mystery itself was very good. I will happily revisit Three Pines again every chance I get.
This was my first in the JD Robb "In Death" series and I quite enjoyed it. The mystery was compelling and the relationship between the oft praised Eve and Rourke did not disappoint. I'm looking forward to more in the series.
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