Laura Templeton found out the hard way that nothing in life is guaranteed. The daughter of a wealthy hotelier, she had always known comfort, privilege, and security. But by the age of 30, her storybook marriage had been destroyed by her husband's infidelity. Laura's divorce left her both emotionally and financially devastated - but determined to rebuild her life without the help of the Templeton fortune . . .
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©2006 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
and...??? Where's the more? Where's the real end? You can't end with a now we kiss and that is it? How do the kids take it - how does the rest of tha family take it, even though we know they all want it to happen?
This is the kind of book you just want to carry on listening to and hear about the rest of their lives - do they reach their dreams? Do mom and dad help out? So many questions and no answers? Very cruel!
But again, very good - I just love the way Nora writes and gets you captivated and keeps you there.
These 3 books I will definitely listed to again!
Now I'm off to find another one - have to go...
This was by far the best of the trilogy. It really rounded out the story nicely, although it would have been very good as a stand alone book. Nora Roberts is truly a master of her craft!
Family and Friendship
Unsatisfactory felt incomplete
HER MALE VOICES ARE NOT GREAT JUST SHARP.
She does not have a seductive voice
Mrs Williamson the cook for her receipes
Some interesting family dynamics
I enjoy Nora Roberts as an author and especially when she writes a series. Finding the Dream is a continuation of a story about 3 friends that each find their mates. This one is particularly good. I look for her books first when I buy.
I love the 3 friends and the interaction between them. Very different in personality and motivation but easy to see why they are so close. Like sisters only better.
I enjoy the different voices that she uses for the different characters. It makes the book more interesting.
Fate finds you and often brings you to a place of choice. Choose love.
Yes, I loved the different voices and feelings portrayed.
A good woman persists living her life to the best of her ability and finds happiness.
She does the different voices really well. I always knew which person was speaking as she does each one with their own special sound and nuance. She is an awesome reader!! In fact, she is my favourite!
Yes and I listen to it again and again.
I just love the story as well as the performance.
I love witty, fast-paced books that keep you turning the page.
Wonderful end to a great series. I also just love this narrator. She has done several of NR's books. Wish they would have her do them all.
I was disappointed in that this is not one of Nora Roberts' best books. I also didn't like the narrator and especially not the way she does Laura's voice (she's great with the kids, though!). The plot itself was flat, the reasons preventing the romance not believable. It's still Nora Roberts, though, so not a complete disaster!
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