I enjoyed the trilogy, but found this last book to be so predicable that it was actually uninteresting. Robyn Carr is a really good writer and enjoyed the narration by Therese Plummer.
Yes, I have listed to others by Therese Plummer and find her to be very nice to listen to.
I enjoyed the other two in the series, so yes, I needed to finish it out...even though it certainly wasn't my favorite.
Better story, better narrator
After the first hour, and starting this three times I gave up
Yes, I will listen again
Strip scrabble, breakfast disaster, Tyler's family gatherings and interaction with his sisters.
There was no voice alterations. Here we have PIs that sound like a woman. Sometimes it is hard to wrap your mind around this.
I laughed out loud in many sections,
If you are looking for a steamy book...this is a decent one.
Voices didn't sound differentiate
I have loved the whole series, except this book. As much as I like Owen and Laura I don't think the author did their story well.
Going on to a different author ... And definitely a different narrator.
When new titles come out in this series, I will listen...but other than that I won't start another series with her as the narrator.
The story never got deep enough to feel anything. The whole Jim incident at the engagement party fell like a dead weight...as just one example. Hard to believe Jim goes ballistic , but the crazy General doesn't come after his family before sentencing. Many missed story lines..at least in my opinion.
If you haven't read the other books, don't start here...it won't make much sense..
It's Robyn Carr, and narrated by Therese Plummer, so it can't be all bad. I just didn't care for the main character (Paige). She seemed quite foolish many times. Dr. Scott was a favorite from other books in the series.
Of course, always!
The under the table tent...with the bonking of the heads.
I won't listen to it again, but I guess it was worth the time.
Yes. I went into this not wanting to like this story. Pure silliness...a who're house, a family curse, an old maid librarian...really? But, in Katie Lane fashion, it was funny and heart warming and just a good time to imagine.
The characters for sure, and there were some off the wall characters in this story.
This series, which I am reading is so funny, I am a Nicole Poole fan.
The story is what it is, but after really liking the character of Shirlene I just felt so sorry for her being taken advantage of throughout the book I knew it would turn out ok, but it was hard to read.
The next in the series...it is a really good series.
Her narration of the entire series is wonderful. Very talented.
Too many words! Too much jumping all over the place- it's the 30s, no the 90s, oh wait now it is the 70s, and occasionally let's throw in present day!
Not the genre, but definitely the author
Confusion and aggrevation.
I really enjoyed this book. Although basically it is a love story, the story line was unique and kept my interest throughout.
Yes, I hope this series continues,
When Levi comes back and comes into her hospital room. I found that I had kind of been holding my breath, waiting and hoping he was going to make it in time,
Looking forward to the next installment.
Kat Martin writes a great story and Jack Garrett is a great narrator.
Lane because of her toughness, kindness, loving nature. Dylan because of the way he treated Lane with protectiveness, love and kindness,
I am a huge Jack Garrett fan!
There were several times I choked up during this reading.
Looking forward to the next installment. In hope it is about Nick Brodie.
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