A story of unexpected romance from #1 New York Times best-selling author Nora Roberts.
When renowned anthropologist Kasey Wyatt agreed to help best-selling writer Jordan Taylor research his next novel, she expected long hours of work and discussion - what she gets are nights full of passion and a love that takes her completely by surprise.
©1983 Nora Roberts (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
"Tonight And Always, an Early Nora Roberts Book"
I've learned that the saying, "You can never go home again" can also refer to books that you've read during an earlier time of life. This can also be true for authors, however, Nora Roberts really has a gift for telling stories.
This is the story of Kacey Wyatt, an Anthropologist who is assisting Jordan Taylor with historical background for his latest novel. Kacey is a breath of Spring air within the Taylor household made up of the hero's rigid and very social mother, his orphaned niece and a lot of servants.
Kacey is not what anyone expected and very soon we realize that Kacey is hiding something...her past and her emotions.
Sometimes I get so irritated when the characters put up these ridiculous walls that keep them from understanding each other. I know that it's necessary for plot but it still gets me frustrated. In this story, the two lovers didn't see reason until the last few minutes. Sigh.
There is laughter in this book and a lot of tears. The payoff finally comes with the 'Happy Ever After' that I'm always looking for.
Nora delivers again.
"I love Nora Roberts but....."
I did not appreciate the performance for this book. It was a very stressful listen.
Her inconsistent accents, and she has a very stressful tone.
You need to add not cut...There wasn't much of a plot..she fell in love too fast for no reason it seemed.
I really love Nora Roberts and never expected to be disappointed by her.
Not Amy McFadden - always enjoyed Nora Roberts books until now. Not what you'd expect from a Nora Roberts book. Struggling to finish it.
All of them
In Nora fashion she was able to build a romantic story with the villain, hero, victim and main character. Kept me reading on in satisfaction. Not one of her best but worth reading.
Storyline is different. Love the playful interaction between the characters. Amy does a great job of voicing the characters and understands how they interact. Her timbre is perfect. Made me laugh, lose my temper, made me cry. Such a fine piece of written artwork, and together is a great read to which to listen. One of my favorites!
"narator ruins the story"
I feel the narator voice was irritating to the point of me tuning out from time to time.
"what can I say but the truth?"
The narrator made me discussed with sticky sweet voice of heroine. Other interpretations were good.
Good story. One scene was rape. I strongly wish the characters handled it differently, but this book was written in the 1980's.
"There was one loose end......"
A satisfying story. Interesting characters you could really enjoy. Just wanted an epilogue for that one loose end.......no spoilers!
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