Rochester, IN, United States
vulnerable, manly, gentleman
I love the end of the book when they realize all the mistakes they were making
When they meet for the first time in the brothel
Ummmmmmmm Certainly turned up the heat, let's put it that way....
I usually like a different genre but this book really intrigued me - and it did not disappoint. I love the flow of the book and the perfect way the story unfolds -
I think the author's other books are also pretty good. Se is good at suspense and she is an excellent story teller
The nailed the characters- I really got a riveting picture of the characters based on their work. Great job!
There were moments when I found myself holding my breath- just waiting to see what would happen. There were also several humorous moments that made me laugh out loud
A must for suspense readers!
Most definitely . It was the kind of book you just get drug into and have to know how it all comes together
Seriously kept me hanging on .... You'll catch yourself thinking about this book even after you have read it
I have heard some of her other works and she does a great job
The characters come across as real people - people you could know. It is a great book
I really like the audio book - it makes it exciting to hear the book read aloud
All the characters are deep and have their own agendas -- dual lives seem to be the norm
It's toward the end when the main character is talking with her mother - letting her mother take care of her
In a small town, not everyone is who they pretend to be
The stories are varied and they're all well acted. There are a lot of stories of varying lengths so there is something for everyone.
My favorite story is about Deel and his return form the war
There are several really good narrators- all gave a really great performance
Moments to Ponder
Near the top of my favorite books. downloaded on a whim but will definitely get more of Molly Harper
It's not a book I would normally get, but took a chance on something new. It paid off in an amusing way.
She really captured Miranda and she was a great performer
I loved Collin driving the SUV off the cliff....
Full of mystery and passion!!!
Winter Makepeace lives a double life. By day he’s the stoic headmaster of a home for foundling children. But the night brings out a darker side of Winter. As the moon rises, so does the Ghost of St. Giles—protector, judge, fugitive.
She had a great performance - her nuances made the story come to life
Yes, because I love this book. It would be great if someone else read it. I do not care for the performer
I like Alice - she's the sister Bella never had. I love all Emmett - he is the perfect brother. I love Edward - he is very complex. I love when Bellas goes to save him and they save each other.
I cried when Edward left. It was well done in the book. If you have ever had your heart broken - you can relate.
Cannot tolerate the performance. She put her own spin on the characters and makes them seem childish and immature. I love the book and the series and it is not how I would of read it to someone else.
Edward Cullen - complex character. He is a vampire who wants to be good but will never see himself as anything but a monster. he is so much more than that. If you have ever met your soul mate you can relate to their story.
I was moved by the love they have for each other - they want to be together through very defining differences and they find a way to make it work.
I did not read the book but I really enjoyed listening to it
The ending came as a big surprise - not what I thought at all.
Did a really great job - I will look for her work again.
No, but I enjoyed commuting with it for a week.
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