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)
HUGE fan of Ms Roberts work, and I adored listening to this wonderful narrator, Fiarce Douglas, who brought the story to life. Tis an old favorite this trilogy, as wild and winsome, as human and indelible as the scenery, the land, and the people of the Emerald Isle.
As ever, I was captivated from the first words to the last... Thank you ;)
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
Rabid Listener/Reader and Shopper!
Narration - Fiacre Douglas - Really Good
Just re-read/listened to this one because I finally got the second one in the trilogy and needed a reminder.
She's an artist and he's an art dealer and I loved that her art was glassblowing. I also really enjoyed the way Nora provided the details of her creative experience. I don't know enough about glassblowing to know if her technical specs were accurate or not, but I bought it.
I'm also enjoying the family and the relationship twists and turns between Maggie, her father, Brianna and that crabby old mom of theirs.
This is a little more insta-love than I like with the declaration that they're going to 'bed the other' coming pretty early on and kind of out of the blue in the whole getting to know each other part of their relationship. Would you like a coffee? and by the way, I'm going to sleep with you. Meh, but other than that, I really enjoyed it.
That is all!
would go to sleep reading listening to it.
the plot is different, and the treatment is creative.
Performance is brilliant. love the deep accent, and the lilt. the accent placed on the parts of speech is so much different from, say, U.S, Maine, or other parts of the country. have listened to it 4 times, and after a while I'll hear it again.
Celtic Folk, Rock & Fiction
You can be in Claire, Dublin, even Paris, but wherever you go, there you are: your past, your baggage. You can have a picture perfect lover and still not get around the barriers to real love. This is not a confectioner's treat of a novel. Sure it's fun, but it is also touches on some very real issues we all face and deals with them with refreshing grace and clarity.
Say something about yourself!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. At first I wasn't going to buy the series because of all the comments regarding the narration, but the sample was fine by me - so I went ahead, and am very happy I did. I loved the narration with an irish accent - and every part of the way he told the story. I love the way Nora Roberts writes, she always leaves you with knowledge to walk away with - I love that.
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