Distraction soon arrives in the handsome form of MacAllister Booke - a researcher who's come to investigate the rumors of witchcraft that haunt Three Sisters Island. Right from the start, he knows there's something extraordinary about Ripley Todd. It's not just her blazing green eyes and her sultry smile. There's something else. Something he can detect, but she'll never admit. Fascinated by her struggle with her amazing abilities, he becomes determined to help her accept who she is - and find the courage to open her heart.
But before Ripley and Mac can dream of what lies in the future, they must confront the pain of the past. For Three Sisters shelters centuries of secrets - and a legacy of danger that plagues them still.
©2007 Nora Roberts; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
"A storytelling wizard." (Publishers Weekly)
In my case yes, enjoyed the narration of Sandra
I love Mia. She guides her friends while remaining true to her beliefs. Most of all she loves her sisters, her town and her island. And she stands up for all in her own way. This is Ripley's story and the powers to be picked the perfect mate for he. One discovers how much he loves and will stand for this woman who owns his heart.
All of the alarms going off after the first big love scene.
Looking forward to the last book. This continues to build on the first book, but I think the last big scene with Ripley.
If you enjoyed the 1st book, you'll enjoy the second. This is a G rated romance. But I enjoyed the story.
Romance, Magic, Personal struggles
This is what you'd expect from a Nora Roberts Trilogy. There's a bad guy and obstacles to overcome but in the end our plucky protagonist wins.
Not too much differentiation between voices, but certainly kept you in the story. The 'evil' voice was scary.
It would take a better storyline. It was predictable after the first 30 minutes.
No, It was just a dud! It happens even to the best of authors, let alone to a whole genre.
She was clear voiced, concise and kept good pace. The corny 80s synthesizer "evil voice" took ALOT away from the reading.
I can sum up this book in one word, "Predictable". I had hoped for better after reading the first installment. The corny 80s synthesizer "evil voice" was extra cheesy. I had hoped it would have filled out Ripley's character. There was little to no development in the other characters either. That is a huge regret! The characters are interesting.
SKIP THIS BOOK! Unless you cannot live your life without knowing what happens in this trilogy.
Audio Book Junkie!
The series from the Three Sisters Island is among my favorites in the "feel good" books category. I listen to this story when I am feeling blue and it never fails to pull me out of it. I love how Nora Roberts can create characters that you love and truly would love to know.
I always like books in a series. So yes I would refer these to a friend. Its an all around good read
There are too many.
She has a a way with changing up the voices.
love series because you get the opportunity to be longer with the characters.
This did not disappoint...love these witches
I Very much enjoyed the weaving of the past in to the current time, and the way she showed how Islanders think was right on the mark. (I live on an Island) Sandra Burr does an excelent job of character development, with her voice. It is a story you could listen to and feel it had a good ending, even with the 1 story part of 3 separate stories. Recomended for those who enjoy romance with a little witchery woven into the story line.
Camden Smith owns DREAMFly Marketing, a full service marketing firm located in Southwest Florida. She regularly reviews books and is an avid reader as well as audible client. Favorite books are mysterious romances or those stories about personal growth.
I love this book. It naturally allows life to unfold but does not push peaks and valleys in odd fashion like so many fiction books. This book is really a nice #2 in the series because you get to know Ripley and the way she connects as witches do is interesting with her "new" man.
It is also nice that the Remmington terrorizing character is not gone but plays a sub-role in this book as well. Too many books let the characters of #1 in a series kind of fall to the cutting room floor. This one is perfectly mixed.
The reader's performance of all the characters was superb.
I loved her portrayal of Nell in book 1 and of Mack in book 2.
I was constantly chuckling at how Sandra brought to life the wittiness and sarcasm in Robert's words.
Nora is good at weaving a story! This story is a whistle while you work....and if you love love then you will enjoy this series...this is book 3...Sandra Burr is a wonderful reader!
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