Nora Roberts seems to have a good formula for romantic stories, yet the plots are so different each time. It's similar to, yet different from, her other books.
I enjoyed this book and plan to look up others in the Chesapeake Bay series
Not for a while, but I would think about it... and read some reviews!
Strangely, I probably would recommend this book, even though I might not read another Peter Clines. It's not the type of thing I am normally into, and to my mind the chapters toward the end were a bit too out there (without giving too much away!). But I was too engrossed to give it away by then and had to know what happened. The ending was a nice "full circle" conclusion. I think those who would enjoy the later part of the book would probably find the beginning a bit slow going.
He gave each character a different voice so it was quite easy to recognise who was speaking.
I haven't read the print version but (as usual) the book is far better than the movie. I loved the story from the beginning.
It gave depth to have the young and old Jacob read by different narrators. I think the older one was my favourite, and the ending was just great.
I don't usually listen/read books more than once, but I would give this one another go. Although I now know what happens, the narrator's accent was just lovely and it is a great story.
I haven't listened to him before but plan to look up his other performances.
I enjoyed the dry humour, the crime mystery and the personal story of the main character. It's a great read
I have seen the movie but couldn't really remember it. I haven't listened to the end of this book as I lost interest. I might have another go at it one day. Perhaps I should see the movie again. It just didn't grip me. Perhaps I wasn't concentrating enough
Although Reacher is the quintessential hero, the outcome was not as predictable as other books I've read/heard lately and I enjoyed it to the end
A good read, I liked it and might look up another Reacher story
Right up there. I didn't want it to end and was very disappointed to learn that the third book hasn't been released yet... I wanted to go straight into it. This is a lovely romantic story.
It is slightly predictable in that it is pretty clear from the start (even from the first book) who will end up with whom, but that anticipation of the inevitable is part of the romance for me.
It was a nice surprise that the second book in the trilogy is from the point of view of a different character than the first.
Yes, this is a lovely story, full of romance. I really enjoyed it
All of them! It's refreshing to hear romance read by a male, and of course he brought the men to life... and the young boys were great too
No, but that's just because there's so many more books in the world. I really enjoyed this as romance and escapism. It's a lovely story
No because there was just a whole bunch of mind-blowing sex linked by a very thin plot. I continued to the end as I am the curious type, but it got quite tedious.
Although I enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey, this book has cured me of this genre (mummy porn or whatever it is).
Put some romance in it would be a good start. The author doesn't seem to appreciate the difference between sex and romance
The narrator did a good job with the material.
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