This was an awesome addition to the series. J.D. Robb has a great imagination. As always, Susan Ericksen does a superb narration. I recommend the entire In Death series. Go Eve and Roarke!
Loved the stories behind the brides. This is a nice story where people actually pray and attend church. It's a breath of fresh air.
Unless you've read the entire series, you'll be as lost as I was.
If you've read the previous books then you get to see what happens to characters from those books.
The story about Beth and Kent was predictable.
Sandra Burr did a great job on narration.
I really enjoyed most of the book EXCEPT FOR THE END, it was totally unexpected. That's all I'll say about it.
The use of two narrators was different than the previous books. It's interesting to see Tobias/Four's point of view.
Both Emma and Aaron did a great job with narration.
I really enjoyed the first book but this one was a huge disappointment. I kept starting, then lose interest, start again, but in the end I just couldn't pick it up anymore. Rachel's whining was getting on my nerves. The thing with her roommate Ivy is plain stupid. It sounds like an abusive relationship with Rachel blaming herself for Ivy attacking her. Really? Don't see why they are friends. I really can't stand stupid people and Rachel keeps doing the stupidest things. I don't think I can continue with this series. I don't like being annoyed with the main characters of the books I read. The only good thing about this book was the narrator. I'm sorry I wasted a credit.
The story was extremely confusing. I wasn't sure what the heck was going on in the beginning. Then it made a little more sense. I heard it's the last book in the series and I feel it leaves you hanging. Johanna Parker was awesome as usual.
Once again Robyn Carr gives us an interesting small town to read about. Like in Virgin River, the town of Thunder Point has characters you want to know more about. I'm looking forward to learning what happens next. Therese Plummer does a great job as always.
This is a fun lighthearted read. I really enjoyed the story. The heroine was hilarious. Definitely worth a credit. The narrator did a good job.
I really enjoyed the story and learning about Chinese food and some of the Chinese customs. After finishing the book, I was so hungry that I had to go out for Chinese. The pdf with a couple of recipes was pretty neat. I only wish it had more recipes.
I thought it was a good story. Nice to see a teenage boy's point of view that isn't immature. Enjoyed the sound effects. Can't wait to read the next books in the series.
I loved the whole time travel thing. It was well written and believable. The story is good so don't wait for Christmas to read it.
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