Reagan. She stood up to the overly Macho men.
Ed. He did Ed really well. I kind of wish there had been more scenes with her.
no extreme reactions.
I did not read the print version.
It has just the right mix of characters you are cheering for and those you dislike. I really liked Elizebeth's slow change from Boston high society to Montana rancher. Wonderful!
Elizebeth for sure but I also thought she did Jenia's horrid mother quite well too.
Easy story, likable characters, does not take a lot of time.
Alan. He was a great leading man character. The tall dark and handsome hero. He wa always in Sarah's corner.
This would not be a book to make a film from. good story but there needs to be more to it for a movie.
Without giving anything away to future listeners I feel this book is a good one in the series but more could have been done with the conflict. It was made to seem more than it turned out to be. That was a little disappointing.
Lisa Jackson is one of my favorite writers. I have read or listened to many of her books and will continue to. Ms. Bresnahan does an excellent job performing the stories for us and certainly is an endorsement for an audible book.
This particular book seemed to drag on and on. I suppose I would have built up the relationship between Rick and Olivia more throughout the story. I also would have brought the crescendo of the ending up sooner. Too much sitting about scratching their heads worrying.
Not one in particular. She performed the victims to perfection though.
Great ending!! The end brought great emotion and was perhaps the one time I was actually gripped.
Yes. I really like Kelsey. I have enjoyed her character throughout all three books. This book had the added bite of the evil boyfriend and mother to stir things up. It makes for a good story to listen to again.
The pillow fort, Sadie and Josh's proposal, telling Gina off...this list goes on.
Her excellent acting. She performs each character individually. She brings to story to life so wonderfully.
I certainly laughed a few times and I felt true sadness for Kelsey over her relationship with her mother.
Great story. It's certainly a book you want to listen to from beginning to end. I really liked that Charlie was not really the leading man I wanted him to be at the start but he grew on me as the story went on until I was rooting for him at the end. That was a nice change.
The humor Molly Harper infuses into the entire story.
Except that this book is written in first person there are aspects of it that remind me of some of Nora Roberts earlier books. Her dialogue and her ability to make me feel truly sad or laugh out loud. All very similar to some Nora Roberts books.
Yes. She is always very good.
Yes. I just about did, actually.
Fun story. Great characters. This is a good book to listen to when you are looking for a an easy story that is really, really good but is not going to leave you gripping the edge of your seat the whole time.
I would recommend this to a friend looking for a good romance that has an easy story with likable characters that you can root for.
When Josh leaves the fair. It adds to the air of mystery behind what his motivations are through out the story.
Not one in particular. She performed all very well. What she did so very well was accents and when speech was impeded. Like when Sadie held Josh's lips together and he tried to say something or when Josh spoke with peanut butter in his mouth. It truly sounded realistic.
I was not aware this book was written in first person. I generally do not like this as I prefer stories that delve into the thoughts going on in the the other character's heads as well. So I may not have purchased this series had I known. However, I did enjoy this book and will continue with this series.
Most likely I would not. It's just a little too long and part one is a little slow in building the story. The very beginning is good but the it takes a but to get on with the point. But once She does then it's a great story!
I usually read contemporary time period books so this was a departure for me.
The various accents. He was excellent at bringing all the Characters to life by using all the differing accents so well.
Not the whole book, no. Part three I wanted to though.
Julie Garwood wrote particularly compelling characters in this book. By Part two I found myself rooting for the brothers and Mary Rose. I felt anger for them and sadness and frustration at times. The story between Mary Rose and Harrison is very compelling as well. This is over all a good listen and worth the time.
I'd have to say in the top five for sure and I have listened to a lot of really good books!
It's hard to pick just one but I guess I will say Dawson. He has a lot of hidden qualities to him that keeps you wondering.
Mr. Lang did a really good job with Bernie.
I was surprised by it a couple times but no laughing or crying.
This is a great story from beginning to end. Is is gripping and suspenseful. It has a lovely romance that builds slowly throughout. The plot has the listener on the edge of their seat to the last second. Sandra Brown did herself proud with this book!
strong, honest, finally
In the motel room with Jed and Kathy.
When Garth Realizes he loves Dana.
Not necessarily. It was very good but dod not quite have the grip the other books in the series had.
I liked this book a lot. May even listen to it again. It lost some of the intensity that the other three books had in the series though. I am really glad however that Dana got a story too and it was really interesting to see how Susan Mallery brought Garth into the fold.
Yes. The whole series is worth listening to again.
When Izzy finds out the truth about Nick.
It's as good as the other's
Not one big emotional moment, no. There are a many good moments that grab the listeners/readers attention though. One's with Jed in particular. Nick and Izzy battling with each other as they fall in love.
This book has two strong characters coming together during a lot of turmoil in Izzy's life. it makes for a good listen.
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