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Drawing Close by Barbara Hinske, narrated by Dina Pearlman is Book 4 in the Rosemont Series. I have absolutely LOVED every single book by Barbara Hinske and own them all in a variety of formats. She is an amazing author...definitely a favorite to many readers!! The Rosemont Series is outstanding, and I highly recommend all of the Rosemont books to those who enjoy Women's Fiction. The writing is superb, and there is never a dull moment. In fact, I wish it could be made into a television series so I could read, listen, and watch my favorite characters all the time! Make sure to start with Book 1 so you are able to fully understand the characters and the community. It is here that you will also fall in love with the true beauty of the Rosemont estate. 💟
Dina Pearlman's performance is one that cannot be matched. She is awesome! Her narration is flawless, and I could listen to her over and over again. Her voice, tone, and inflection of every character is perfect...it's almost like she IS each of the characters! Reading the books was such a treat, but hearing them told to me by Dina Pearlman is the cherry on top! You are going to LOVE this series!! 💯
Without hesitation, I rate Drawing Close: Book 4 in the Rosemont Series by Barbara Hinske, narrated by Dina Pearlman a well-deserved 5/5 stars!! From the outstanding writing to the engaging storytelling, this is one set of audiobooks you don't want to miss! I am confident you, too, will fall in love with Rosemont and all of the characters. Keep up the wonderful work, ladies! Your hard work is much appreciated! 🎧📚
Thank you for reading my review. I hope it was helpful. ☺
Would you listen to Drawing Close again? Why?
Probably want to get on with the other books on my list. Knowing the outcome takes away some of the thrill
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Yes it did. I thought someone was a bad man then he was a good man then he was a wonderful man. The guy that was really the bad man got what he deserved.
Which scene was your favorite?
All of the scenes that showed the one I thought was the bad guy, slowly falling in love with his assistant and her three children. (I'm terrible with names). This just shows how real love can make such a big difference in a person.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
NOW I KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
Any additional comments?
Great read and great commentator