Respecting her late mother's wish, Shannon travels, however reluctantly, to County Clare. There, her loneliness and shame melt away in the embrace of the family she never knew existed. And amid the lush Irish landscape, steeped in mysticism and legend, she discovers the possibility of a love that is meant to be.
©2007 Nora Roberts; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
This trilogy is vintage Nora Roberts. The characters are all interesting and I was interested to see how things would play out.
Because it is the third in the series, I was already invested in the core characters. I already liked them and could anticipate how they would behave in certain circumstances. And I like the comfortability that comes from reading a trilogy.
Fiacre Douglas' performance did not add to my enjoyment of the story. He is not the best I have ever heard..and considering Nora Roberts' status in the romance genre, I am surprised that the producers don't find the very best narrators for her works.
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Really really good ;)
Other really really good Nora Roberts books ;) lol
The accent and experience.
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.
I love the whole family story
I loved te main character (forgot her name) I liked how she didn't like the other sisters until she met them
I would like more stories like this. Based in Ireland
This was my least favorite story in the trilogy. Having said that i still really enjoyed the book. You could almost visualize the scenery and feel a part of it. My only disappointment was that there was no twists or areas that left you wondering like in the first two books of the series. Story line was ok, narration was pretty good, the whole series was great. I don't think I would listen to this book as a stand alone book but it was a nice finish to the series
i loved this whole series, but this was probably my least favorite book. i feel like there could have been more explanation/exploration of the "dream sequence" but overall, very entertaining.
I like to go shopping....but as I age the distance I can travel is growing shorter.
I have only listened to this book so I can not compare the written with the audio.
Each character was interesting in there own way and gave debth and interest to the story and cultural/family issues.
I enjoy all of this authors books on tape. The narrator/s have great acents and even better inflection.
with rich Irish culture story line. This book was a bit predictible but enjoyable all the same. I enjoyed the futher developement of the characters; each book of the trilogy builds on the next.
Yes. I enjoyed reading the book. Light reading. Fun.
Good romance. Familiar, likeable characters. Good narration.
Maggie, Brianna, Rogan.
When Maggie and Shannon bonded...When Shannon finally gave in to the love of her life.
Good series....I wish there had been more sisters!
Of the three in this trilogy, I was surprised to find I liked the other two better. The best one for me was "Born In Ice." They all strike chords in one, but for some reason this one didn't with me. This could be for a lot of reasons having to do with me, not the books. I read this one last.
The narrator was wonderful, and I really enjoyed listening to the performance. I have read other Nora Roberts books in print form, and I am considering getting them through Audible so I can "hear" that Irish voice for real.
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