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By Francesca R. on 02-08-15
Conflicted (SPOILER ALERT!!)
I just began this series and think I will love it.
But, I'm probably the only one that wants Joe and Cheyenne together. I thought that was where this was headed but then they introduced Dylan. I'm sorry, but for a woman in her 30's that waited for the right person (took her over 20yrs to have a meal with Joe who she claimed to love all her life) she hops immediately in bed with Dylan? not believable. Also, at the end she said she loves Dylan, accepts his proposal of marriage yet she has no clue who she is as a person. She just found her real family for goodness sakes. She's going from living with a kidnapper to marrying Dylan. Lastly, you can NOT begin a relationship based on a lie!!! I don't care who your covering for. This is not a little white lie but a major omission on her part. Especially since she grew up not knowing her parents and now she's letting her niece/nephew go through the same thing? Chey is encouraging bad behavior from an immature sister that needs to take responsibility for her actions. I know this will all come out but I just hope the talented Brenda Novak doesn't make this neat and tidy. I also hope she gives two characters who belong together forever (Joe&Chey) a chance.
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By quilteragogo on 02-12-15
Another great book
This book was great, Brenda Novak is able to write the many dimensions in relationships. It was well worth the listen. Tara Sands does well with the character voice changes, although there was a few threads that were confusing, all in all she did well. The story was a great addition to the Whiskey Creek series. This book made me laugh, and cry. I do recommend this listen and author. It is worth the credit and has a average length.
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By Angela on 10-24-12
When Snow Falls
First I want to say that I beleive all romantic novels should have a happy ending. Yes, the main characters do get a happy ending, but not so for quite a few of the supporting cast. Maybe this is for future stories and maybe not. In any case it left me feeling a little incomplete come the end of the story. I do feel that the first half of the book dragged on a bit. And for being chacters in their 30s it felt like a lot of teenage angst! I rolled my eyes a few times at this as there are scenes where I just wanted to yell "Make up your mind!" Maybe the main character just wasn't strong enough for me. For someone who went through a hell of a childhood and is doing a good job of surviving and striving in many ways, the main character is weak in so many other ways. The narrator did a pretty good job on voices, but her flow was really slow... making a book I already felt was dragging go even slower. I feel this book could be condensed to make a better book, but overall it wasn't bad.
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By nilda Figueroa on 08-24-15
definite don't judge a book by its cover.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
i have and I will
Who was your favorite character and why?
Dylan for being the miss judged
What does Tara Sands bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
she is good, great voice
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
against all odds
By Lilly on 07-18-15
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Tara Sands?
Amy Rubinate from the first book would have been nice or maybe even Julia Whelan. Tara Sands make the guys sound too young or boyish.
Any additional comments?
I felt the ending was a bit rush. Other than that, it was a fun read.