The water hose scene! I laughed out loud & still laugh every time I think about it.
I loved the way he did Ryder
When Ryder protected Hope in the cat fight
This is the first Nora Roberts book I've ever read. I'm now a permanent fan! Could do without the use of g*d d**m & the "f" word though!
I loved this and all three books of the series. At the beginning of the story I did find it difficult to embrace the expanded paranormal element to this final book. As the story went on, I was better able to just go with it and enjoy the fantasy of it. In several reviews the narrator was highly criticized for his slow delivery of the material. I did not find that to be the case and felt he did an excellent job distinguishing the various characters in the series. One exception was that of the children's voices, intonation and general expression. Having raised my own child, and being the teacher of hundreds of young boys and girls, his interpretation of the kids was the weak point of the narration. It was mildly distracting but only for short periods as the boys had far fewer lines than the adults in the stories. Overall, another engrossing story.
I love Nora Roberts and with this audiobook I feel like I am in BoonsBoro living with these women.
Availability of my Auduble Library to listen to my favorite author when and where I want.
I also enjoy Susan Elizabeth Phillips, both Author have such discriptive naration that you can visualize the story so well an thier characters are people you would want to meet and know.
I am still a Fan of Multiple Narrators to Make a book the most enjoyable, But I do have favorite Narrators, its like favorite voices of movie stars, they are familiar and recognizable.
I enjoy the history and how it is woven into the story and how we are all connected.
I'm ready and awaiting the next trilogy already!
Listen to all three of these books in order. Makes me want to visit the real Inn Boonsboro which is owned by Nora Roberts family. The town of Boonsboro and the residents responsible to keeping downtown alive keep you entertained through all three books. This is book three of the series, and once you listen to the first two, you will want to find out about who Elizabeth really is and what happened to Billy, and will have to download this one.
Listening will bring bursts of laughter and bouts of tears.
Retired science teacher, sci-fi, historical romance, comedy... favorite authors... Evanovich, Patterson, Carr, Roberts, and many others.
Finally Ryder has met his match. It makes you want to beg the author for more stories in Boonsburo.
Hope's and Ryder's first kiss.
Yes, MacLeod Andrew's is One of my favorite narrators. He is wonderful to listen to.
Nora Roberts gets better every series.
I love to read both fiction and non-fiction, I love series books that build by adding more characters and am always sorry when they end.
I love trilogy's because they last longer :-) This was a great story to listen to during my travels, loved the characters and while it was predictable it was very enjoyable!
I loved how the three best friends had their own busy dynamic lives yet were always there for each other!!
Wonderful Chick Flick!
Easy reading, family ties.
Yes. His narration provideds a clear picture of each character and location.
Yes it made me laugh and cry.
Be prepared to read all three. If you do not start with book 1 do not be alarmed because you will find yourself looking forward to completing the Trilogy.
It was a great ending to a triology.
I can't pick one. there was several that were memorable.
I enjoyed the romance, the fun of it. It was an easy listen, without alot of heavy emotions. It was, in short, one of the romance stories I enjoyed. I can get into and fantasy my own romance that is enjoyable.
Yes, first of all it is a Nora Roberts story, and the third of her Boobesboro Trilogy. I enjoyed Ryder's personality.
I was very moved by the soliloquy of that one day at Antietam. Ryder was dreaming it but the narration and the words made you feel like you were there. Amazing.
He has an excellent range. It's more exciting to listen to the words, and his inflections.
Small town, three brothers, ghost.