I had read the 1st one and was excited to get the 2nd one. The audible version sucked me in and had me laughing out loud. The author really can weave a fun, fast-paced story.
Really, you know it's all going to work out in the end, but it keeps you on your toes thinking, "Wow, what next!"
Gosh, I couldn't name just one. It's a fun read though. Hmmmm.....The dare to sleep naked, maybe Glow's spells on Hatchett, Anarchy with fire. Nope, can't pick just one.
No, but I did take just a couple of days and listened to the book on my travels.
Give me more!
The audible versions of Clifford are awesome. They hook the kids in with the music and narrator.
All the other Clifford books. They are light heartened, enjoyable, and my kids ask to listen to them over and over.
Yes, very good.
Well, it's only 3-4 minutes, so we listen to it all and sometimes twice.
If it keeps my 3 now 4 year old twins in bed and quiet, you can't go wrong.
Absolutely. Like many of us Nora Roberts readers out there, we are looking for an escape from reality for a bit into a world where good prevails over evil.
For me, this was a good fun read that made me cheer for the characters.
When she decides to put down roots.
There are some audiobooks that have horrid narrators, thus I can't get into the book. Julia is NOT one of those. She was able to help me picture the characters, places, and events clearly in my mind as if I were reading the book. Not everyone can do that.
The courage to stand up to those who have wronged us. Also the ability to not just write others off and to keep probing.
Christian, change, thrilling.
Adam's awakening to change.
Nathan's dinner date with his daughter.
Adam's life changing moment with Emily, dealing with his son's struggles. These are things that could happen to any one of us.
I have not seen the movie, so when I saw the audiobook online I jumped at it. I loved it! I literally would turn off the t.v. or drive longer to listen to this book.
This book makes me cherish my kids more and want to be a better parent.
Good performer who was able to make each character stand out.
Tying up loose ends.
Yes, and done well.
Bailey's mom. She's just full of wisdom and I want her to adopt me (even if I am in my 30's).
I've seen reveiws where people were disapointed. Maybe that prepped me to be ready for something different than I was expecting. However, I feel maturity is being able to move from 1 chapter in life to the next. I enjoyed this last book in the series very much.
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