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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I have several audios by Nora Roberts, but I won't listen to anything else by Luke Daniels again, unless it's a gumshoe mystery or a western.
His voice for Rafe sounded like Clint Eastwood, it just did not work for the story. I have this book in Kindle form and enjoy it. I can't listen to this guy with a straight face, his narration ruins the story.
Don't let the audio steer you away from the print version of this series. The books are fun, but this narrator is the wrong choice for these books.
I truly enjoyed this book. The story line of a new love and the hopeless one that did not work out.. It lets you know love can happen at any time AND if love comes with abuse then it really is not love.
characters it is fun book even if it is predictable
book one was fine book 4 i hated the female voice
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It was enjoyable. There wasn't much depth to the story like you expect from her later work. It was a short quick read or should I say listen.
She did it once again. I can't get enough of her love stories and the Mackade brothers really hit home with their strong family bonds, brotherly love and mischief, and the everlasting love stories. Great read.
Nora could write a grocery list and I'd read it and love it! She is a master storyteller and doesn't resort to unnecessary crass terminology to get romantic and beautiful scenes across.
I love Rafe and listening to the change in him as he falls for Reegan!
When he is in character, specifically Rafe, he's great. But his voice characterization for Devin is grating and the voice characterizations for Shane and Jared just don't match up with Nora''s description of the characters. These men are self assured, sexy, and charismatic. The voice characterizations of Devin, Shane, and Jared are annoying, grating, and essentially whiny, high pitched, and difficult to listen to. Rafe's smoky, deep, breathy, and sexy voice kept me listening.
The story? Absolutely!!! But again, sometimes it was very difficult to listen to Mr. Daniels' voice.
love it glad I had purchased it as a audible cause it was definitely unable to but it down. I started listening to it on a 2 hour road trip. however once I got home I was unable to turn it off. kept it going until it was time to sit down for dinner. if you haven't read you must get it!!!!!
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