Book 1 was so juvenile and predictable that I did not even finish it and, though I had purchased books 2 and 3 in good faith as a Nora fan, I did not start either of them. I would not recommend this trilogy. . .
Yes, but I will preview much more carefully what it is that I am purchasing.
I was too disappointed the recognize them if they were there.
I loved the way the author blended the life of each character into the orchard . . .
Della - she fought her entire life to overcome the disaster that was her childhood.
The background descriptions - the landscape - the innards of the cabin
When Della refused to be a part of the prison escape - she could not accept that anyone cared enough to help HER.
I chose this book on a whim... so glad that I did - wonderful read/listen!!
Only if there was a long interval between now and the time I get in to Book 2
It has been a while since I read anything by Coulter -- this was a nice return to action.
loved the audio version - puts you more in touch with the characters
Good story but not Sandra Brown's best in my opinion - no tears - no laughter
Maybe . . .
Becca did a great job with her interpretation of the material ...
This was a first . . .
Actually, the story could have been conveyed in one book, rather than three. I know the sexual inuendos are what "sell" the book - and the author appreciates that, but this was a really good story - just a little too much with the "kinky" actions in the bedroom.
I am glad I read it - could do with a little less sexual activity - all in all there was a good story line
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