I usually enjoy the stories about Dylan and Sherlock, but the narrators in this book made the book hard to listen to. The male voice was very deep and slow. The female voice sounded to me like a man trying to sound like a woman and was also very slow. It just drug on and the ending wasn't all that great. Way too much detail...listed every ingredient on a pizza. Glad when it ended and I could move on to something else.
At the very top
When Billy and Lizzie were re-united.
Too many to pick just one.
I loved that this is an actual town and inn and what Nora Roberts did to re-store the inn and build a wonderful story around it.
He is a good narrator
I love Heather Graham's storyline about the Krewe of Hunters and the paranormal they investigate, but for me, there is too much he said, she said. I listened to other audiobooks and the narrator is able to distinguish the characters by changing his/her voice. It's okay sometimes, but seems like every sentence/paragraph is that way.
I've read/listened to Nora Roberts for many years and found this to be her best book yet.The storyline was fascinating and the interaction of the characters was superb.
Loved Brooks and his gentle ways, sweet nature and the way he pulled Abigail out of her shell.
Have never listened to this narrator before but found her very enjoyable. I think she did a wonderful job all the way around.
The very end was so romantic and beautiful. Are there really men like Brooks out there?
Listen to my audiobooks while I drive to and from work and couldn't wait to get back to it. Hope Nora has more like this up her sleeve.
Report Inappropriate Content