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She writes, what I refer to, as an easy read. The story flows, the characters feel real and you can get into the story on the first page. I love her story lines and the way she keeps a reader interested and eager to keep going. I enjoyed Robert Lawrences narrative of the book, he becomes part of the book.
I wasn't expecting to get into this story as much as I did. I enjoyed the premise of the story and very much enjoyed the narrator. His deliverance was the best I have heard and he help make it a great listen. I knew nothing of the story and thought it was well written, thought provoking and entertaining. I looked forward to his other books in the series.
I purchased this as a bargain and normally enjoy Nora Roberts Trilogies. The story was the same format as the Chesapeake series.
I had a hard time enjoying the book as the readers voice of the characters was soooooooooooo bad that it interfered with my concentration.
I had reserved the other two books but decided to delete them from my wish list. If I do decide to continue the series I will
buy the Kindle version and read it.
Just finished the series and found that I enjoyed this one the best. It's a light read, the story line the same in all the books; boy meets girl etc. etc. The storyline was incidental to the getting together of the couples in the first three books. I enjoy some romance however I want my storyline more. The series
would not be complete without the fourth book.
I prefer to listen to Nora Roberts as to reading her. It's easy to follow while I am driving. There were three narrators and the one in book 3 and book 4 were both very good. If you like Nora
Roberts I would recommend these books.
I wondered about the story in the beginning it was slow, however it really turned out to be a great book. The author wove a truly mesmerizing story. I kept thinking about the ending and how I never went there. Well worth the time.
I thoroughly enjoyed this trilogy I enjoy the Ireland setting, the story line and Fiacre Douglas narration. He did a wonderful job doing both male & female, it was done so smoothly that I could forget a man was doing it all.
The 3rd book was the least interesting and I felt like Nora Roberts was winding down.
I would recommend the books to anyone who likes Nora Roberts.
I've read Nora Roberts on and off for over 30 years. I been listening to books on cds for a few years, going to and from work, and loved the experience of a good book being read to
me. Nora doesn't write bad books so any book she writes is a good read/listen. I am never disappointed in a woman's book being read by a man and this is not exception. Gary was great.
and have always enjoyed his Dirk Pitt novels. He puts so much information about historical happenings, people, events, global and ocean knowledge. He is the James Bond of the ocean. Great characters, bigger than life, but you got to love them. Never get tired of his stories. Scott Brick completes the picture.
and was hooked on the story line. I purchased book 2 of this trilogy at a gas stop on a trip from AZ and so thoughly enjoyed it that I purchased book 3. I am always amazed by the imagination of the writers for this type of genre and I bless them for writing and sharing their stories. I thoughly enjoy the voice of Sam T, as the narrator makes or breaks the presentation of the book.
another action pack twisty turning story of the great Harry Dresden. I never get tired of reading his books. The action does leave me exhausted though. Love it. John Glover does a great job in narrating the book.
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