Captivating, moving, loving
The descriptions of Burma
I enjoyed taking my time with this book over a few days.
When I saw this title by Robyn Carr I didn't think I would like the novel.
Was I mistaken. In true Robyn Carr style I was kept intrigued not wanting the book to end but at the same time excited in the anticipation of knowing how it should end and trying to work out how to get there.
Robyn Carr's delightful story of Grace Valley has kept me from all other duties wanting to know how it all pans out. Just like her Virgin River series I found myself willing things to happen that i suspected would happen but needed the detail filled in to get there. I have enjoyed listening and Therese Plummer's voice makes me feel like I'm there watching the story unfold.
Story line made me think, the characters role was interesting and they played their part well
I was constantly thinking and hoping for a good result in the end
The visit to the morgue was one of finality and hope
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