I was thrilled to see Nora Roberts was back to her previous form with this fourth book in the series. The characters were fun and enjoyable! I really loved this final chapter to such a great series. I'm going to miss the characters!!!
It was really great to get to know a new member of the KGI series better.
Cole getting jealous and protective of PJ.
Maybe for another book that I didn't already know the characters. He makes Cole sound like a whiney hick. I had to buy the Kindle version just so his narration didn't ruin the story for me. Harry Berkley did a much better job with the rest of the KGI books. I really hope he is the narrator for Steel's book.
Hot, hot, hot!!!
Possibly. This was by far my least favorite book by Karen Kingsbury but as with all the books, the life changing message out weighed the bad.
Of course! She normally tells wonderful stories!
Bailey's voice was great. It just matched the picture I have painted of her in my mind. My least favorite was Brandon...he just seemed like a child. Not to mention, Karen, why oh why did Bailey let him keep calling her BABY everyother sentence? That nickname really didn't match her character at all!
I was very sad and more than a little suprised at the direction this book went. I felt like readers were led down one path for the last several years and then suddenly expected to be happy embracing an entirely different situation out of the blue. I hung on as long as I could waiting for the tide to shift but I finally got so tired of wondering that I lost patience and Googled the ending of the last book. I was suprised and so dissappointed in how things were going to end that for the first time ever in my history of reading Karen's books, I literally lost any interest in the final book.I still haven't read it, even though it has been a few weeks since I finished Longing.
I love the series! Love the characters and love the friendship but this has to be the weakest out of the four. It was just blah. The introduction into the romance between the long time friends was ho hum...I was suprised in the lack of spice & that Laural was so darn whiny. That being said, don't skip this one because if you're like me you really need to experience the entire series to get closure.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.