New York Times best-selling author Nora Roberts returns with the classic tales of the MacKade brothers - their rebellions, their passions, and their loves.
Ten years after disappearing from Antietam, Maryland, the bad boy has come home. Cleaned up and successful now - though still dangerously good-looking - Rafe MacKade sets the town on fire…and tongues wagging. Not even lovely newcomer Regan Bishop is immune to his charms. Though Regan claims to not want to get involved with a rebel, Rafe's pretty sure that her reaction to their sizzling kisses suggests otherwise.
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Reagan. She stood up to the overly Macho men.
Ed. He did Ed really well. I kind of wish there had been more scenes with her.
no extreme reactions.
Try making it more plausible.
I think you can be a rugged guy without sounding like a thug
Story is good. But no I would not.
The chilling ghosts
I dont know but for sure not him. It was not good. To much violence in his voice.
I dont know.
Story is good not NR's best but the caracters are great. Sadly the narator did a poor job of it.
Great short story and boy do I like the Mackades even though they are a bit primitive with the need for physical fighting. Definitely a nice listen and unlike the negative feedback by others feedback regarding the narrator, I actually thought he was good. Well worth the read.
This was a great book to read but very hard to listen to ! The narrator was awful especially trying to sound like a women. Was going to listen to entire series but not so sure now with them having same narrator.
I enjoyed getting to know the MacKade brothers, their ghosts and the battle of Antietam. I am somewhat of a history buff and knew nothing about this northern most battle. The brothers' stories which incorporate the battle make me want to take a vacation.
Rafe's story was great as was Regan's "intrusion" into it. Now that we've met the brothers, can't wait to hear how their lives are changed by a "good woman".
If I wanted to hear John Wayne the entire time...I would watch a western. I really like Nora Roberts stories but I have realized after being a member for only a short time, that the performance could really kill the story, I just think the voice is really annoying. I will be sure to read the reviews on the performance the next time I purchase a book.
I like the old story and new story's and how story centres around the old house
Rage because he anger hot headed ruff but has a softer side to
Love his Voice and the way he tell the story
it made me laugh cry and sad to and very happy to
"Nice chilled out read."
After loving Nora Robets Inn Boomsbury series, I decided to try this set, and I've just downloaded the second book. As I did wnjoy it, It was a bit short really and very predictable but a good chill out read, with great characters, all the brothers, read it in a day and liked the brothers wanted to know what happened to all the brothers so will read the series. Enjoyable if you want a easy read.
A classic Nora Roberts book. Part of a series, so it is good to hear how the family is developing.
The one in the woods between Rafe and the 9 year old Brian in which Rafe tells Brian he wants to marry his mum and make him his son.
I might, but I listen in the car to and from work and I have no long trips planned
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