I loved Hildy and hated for the story to end because I won't be able to keep up with her. Mary Beth Hurt MADE this book so enjoyable and real.
Hildy because we would drink wine and have a good talk.
Anyone who doesn't mind reading about the mistreatment of animals and hearing stories of animal suffering and cruelty. (truth or fiction)
Much of the elephant information felt like filler and wasn't really required to tell the story.
I have enjoyed every one of her other novels.
I would replace the catatonic voice of the mother.
This book included a love story along with some magic and mystery, all of my favorite things.
Yes. I commute four hours a day and looked forward to getting in the car each day, sometimes driving around the block before getting out of my car.
The characters have stayed with me long after I finished the book.
I have not.
The main character in this book tried make every sentence a sarcastic joke, very "snarky" and corny humor. There really wasn't much of a story and the characters were detestable.
I would definately preview before purchasing.
The narrator did fine, she didn't have much to work with.
Annoyance and a lot of eye rolling.
I would make the main character a little more believable. I felt at times like I was reading a novel intended for someone in junior high, no one could be as niave and clueless as this main character. I would have liked a LOT less romance and a little more detail about the crime and criminals. I found myself rolling my eyes through much of this book at how ridiculous the romance was but maybe I'm just old and jaded.
Nothing comes to mind. I didn't realize that Nora Roberts was a romance writer and it felt as though I was reading one of the old fashioned Harlequin Romance novels.
No, the problem was solved, case closed.
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