Still love the story but disappointed with the second book in the series - not as good as book one. Hope the final book will meet my expectations.
I cringed very time Alex spoke with the bad Boston accent.
Love how the characters are connected from book to book.
No, terrible narration and story very predictable and boring.
No, but I recommend the other Dublin St. books.
It was difficult to tell which character was speaking.
Return the book.
Do not use Chloe Lynn to narrate -- basically, all her voices sound the same.
Great contemporary romance
The two main characters
This book (along with Witness) are my favorite Nora Roberts books. I do not miss the ghosts or witches found in many of her books.
Yes, great story and narration
Excellent - she did not attempt a bad Boston accent as was the case in prior books in this series with other narrators. Not all people from the Boston area speak with an accent that is over exaggerated.
I recommend the entire series (even with the very bad Boston accents of the first few audio books.
The best thing about this book was Jill Redfeld’s excellent narration. Otherwise do not bother with this book.
No, it is a lot of repetitive fluff and very little new material.
She does a great job with all of the characters.
I was very disappointed with this book. There was very little new plot. I feel cheated by the author (especially at the end when informed there would be two more books and not a final ending as was stated). The author had too much filler with repetitive information from the first two books and too many repetitive sex scenes. It is obvious to me that that the motivation was to make more money with this series. The best thing about this book was Jill Redfeld’s excellent narration.
The performance of the Philippa character's voice had an annoying New York accent and she was from Boston!
I wish I was aware of the religious overtones before buying this book.
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