It's a beautiful story, very well narrated.
It's like three stories in one, as a bonus, we get to visit with some characters from the wonderful Cedar Cove series.
She brings to life the story and characters.
Yes, I felt the sadness, happiness and hope of the people in it.
I loved this book when I read it, but narrator, although good in her own way, is not good for this book. She kept using a Brooklyn accent when characters are from Colorado. Tack's voice is supposed to be low and gravely and instead sounded at times like a young surfer dude and at others like a gangster from New York. Sorry but I wish I hadn't wasted a credit.
I just couldn't finish it. It may be a good story, I don't know. I just couldn't listen another minute because of the narration.
I love Nora Roberts, but I couldn't stand the narrator's performance.
I was sorry I spent a credit on it. I feel I was misled into thinking this would be a good buy.
Please choose your narrators better, maybe Mr. Berkrot would be better in another genre.
I know this book is full of disfunctional characters, but so is life, and it's OK in my book! I loved their journeys, their coming together, apart, their need for each other and their growth. This book is in my "Favorites" list and I'm sure I'll listen to it again.
Hard to pick only one, but off the top of my head, the way Travis nicknames Abby, and he calls her that throughout the book
Again, so many! But today, I'd say the poker game.
Laugh, yes, a lot. Also cry, but it was overall a very sweet book
This book was surprising to me. I'm happy I found an author I want to follow and I simpy LOVED the narration. Emma Galvin dis a fantastic job and I want to hear her work again.
Certainly! It's beautifully written, full of suspense, great, lovable characters.
I loved all the protagonists, Abbigail, Brooks, Bert. But I especially liked Brooks mom, Sunny, she is a great hippy mom, she's loving, artistic and yet, no-nonsense.
I love her clear voice and she has the ability of giving each character his/her own style, pitch and accents that make it easy to tell them apart. This is a narrator I will continue to follow. Whoever picked her did a great job and I like that she is refining her voice and she picks good books to work with.
Yes, but that's never good for me since I tend to rush through it. I listened to it a second time before I went to my next book and it was much more pleasurable because it is so well written.
I have a big library, yet this is one of my favorite books. I'm sure I'll listen to it again.
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