When gallery owner Rogan Sweeney comes to Maggie's isolated studio, her heart is enflamed by their fierce attraction - and her scarred past is slowly healed by a gentle and forgiving love.
©2007 Nora Roberts; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
"The conflicts Maggie and Rogan face are refreshingly realistic and the characters themselves, well-rounded and likable, will keep readers engaged." (Publishers Weekly)
"A light, fast-paced novel set in the Irish countryside." (School Library Journal)
hello ..i've been reading nora roberts books for many years and i'm a huge fan ...i have a bookshelf full of them and my eyes arn't as good and i fall to sleep reading so i love the audiables ..she never ceases to amaze me with her stories. (wow) she has an amazing imagination and this 3 sisters trilogy was the very first books i read of hers and was hooked from then on and i promice you will be too..thank you. tina...
Maybe my expectations were too high but i truly didn't enjoy this book as i have the others.
was it the narator, was it the book? I just don't know.
Humourous, but not a book I would recommend to read
I really loved this book, but I wish they offered the third book in this series Born in Shame. I might have to look elsewhere to purchase it.
I read so I can write
A good romance novel for me is one that has believable characters in believable stories. Nora Roberts does this better than most.
Perhaps a written copy.
The narrator rushed through, with halting quality to his performance. When I tried to slow it down, the next slowest speed was too slow. It was quite irritating.
I really hope Nora does not choose him to read for her anymore, he is too fast,in a hurry, and no emotions don't like him
A good simple story, true to Nora Roberts classic
Narration and audio too fast.. technical??? slowed it down to half speed and it was better
If you have the ability, like on an Ipod.. slow it down to half speed. Then I could understand it
I'm not a huge Nora Roberts fan. She's good, but not the best romance writer out there. However, I do find her books enjoyable easy reads. The "Born In" trilogy does not disappoint. I must admit I have a weakness for all things Irish especially the accent so I was willing to overlook the less than stellar narration by Fiacre Douglas on the series. There wasn't much of a difference between character voices and the female characters left a lot to be desired. Fortunately the story and the Irish lilt makes up for most of that. Buy this on sale or if you have some credits burning a hole in your account.
I am new to the audio scene so I can't really rank it,
Yes the narration matched the pace of the story. Inflections and tones were a little off though.
I liked the book, I am having a hard time with books having only one reader doing all the voices,.
Same characters, same plot - independent type woman and the man who may "manage" her. I didn't listen to more than 30% because it was BORING. These books have become long winded Harlequins. The JD Robb series is getting to be the same thing as well.
Stop writing the same thing over and over.
The narration was well done and even more so if the accent was acted and not original.
Sent it back and suggested the author find some new personalities and behaviors for the characters. There is a very good author who also teaches and writes about the art. He suggests throwing out at least one third of what a person writes before sending it to an editor.
Can I have my credit back?
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