Lovely, guileless Rowan Murray was drawn to darkly enigmatic Liam Donovan with a force she'd never imagined could exist. But before Liam could give Rowan his love, he first had to trust her with the incredible truth about himself...and his family.
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Wonderful story and beautifully read. Would love to read more about the whole family. I will be searching for additional Nora Robert books about this family.
"Worst book I've listened to of Nora Roberts"
I like her books on a whole
Just not the usual type to narrate her books
Liam as a wolf!!
I guess I don't like something so imaginary---
"Disappointing end to a magical series!"
Linda Fairstein, Terminal City
The first one. I was thrilled to be listening to another Donovan Legacy book. The first 3 books in the series were fanciful, fabulous, and pulled you (happily) into another world.
All of them!
I am a huge Nora Robert's fan. But alas, this is my least favorite NR book. I waited to be entertained, but completed the book before that happened. This book seemed to have been hastily thrown together because fans wanted to read more about the Donavans, not because there was a story to tell. Sigh...
I'm a fan of Nora Roberts latest works since Witness and I love her TV movies but this book was way off. As for the narrator, I will never get a book narrated by him again. Just awful.
A Robert B. Parker Spenser for Hire novel.
He was trying to sound like a fragile woman and sounded more like a flighty 15-year old girl. A grown woman does not sound like that not even an insecure one. Even his male character voice was just harsh and univiting. This was more a romance novel than mystery mixed with romance and the male lead has to have at the very least a voice and tone that draws you in and his didn't.
Only at the end when the main character realized she wasn't some high school student and actually exhibited the strength and inner character that I've come to know in Nora Roberts books.
This book seemed unnecessary to the trilogy. The way he used his powers is completely against the families honor of their gifts. The idea that him entering her dreams and raping her was somehow romantic was just disturbing to say the least, sick to say the most. This is one novel that should've stayed on Nora's laptop.
"Where's the Irish"
Why didn't you finish the series with the same narrator? Therese Plummer did an excellent job on the first 2 books. If I had read this one first I'd never have read the other books in the series!
I enjoy Nora Roberts books, I don't always like the narrators.
I liked the story ... it was the narrator that ruined it.
"Don't buy it"
Couldn't finish the books -the performance was just too hard to listen too. Lacked the charm of the other Donavan readings
This is a great story! would love to see more stories of the Donovan clan
Another great story from Nora Roberts. A little magic, a little art, a lot of love to find. A beautiful end to the series.
"Ok, but not great narration. overdone."
The narrators voice was like a movie announcers, good for a min and then I kept wanting him to just use a normal voice. When he acted as the female characters he almost sounded mocking or stereotypical so it was hard to take the characters seriously. Overall not my favorite narration.
Narrator need a better female voice😔. Would have enjoyed it much more with a more feminine voice.
Predictable at times, but an enjoyable story. It's the fourth book in the Donovan series.
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