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Ok this might be a by-product of beige reading a series…I thought our Heroine was protesting toooooooooo much.
I liked the storyline just fine don’t get me wrong, I am a fan of Doc Scott. And I enjoyed getting to know his story.
But I think Peyton just keep protesting to much you know that famous saying. “methinks the lady doth protest too much” Well this is what I was thinking the whole time with her.
I did like that Peyton stepped up when she was asked.
I lovvvvvvvved the narration! As you can probably guess from all my gushing about Therese Plummer she is just fantastic, what can I say I know what I like.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
The other Thunder Point books were delightful but this one felt like the author was working against a deadline. She made the lead character seem self-centered and unlikable. As I listened to the first hour of the book, I kept wondering if Robyn was depressed or angry at the world as she wrote this. She had all of the typical Thunder Point material at her disposal and could have made this one as delightfully light and easy listening as the others in the series. I stopped listening about half-way through--felt like a waste of time.
I am not giving up on Robyn Carr. I will wait for the next one and buy it.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed getting to know the characters in this book. They seemed varied and 3 dimensional, although at times Scott felt a little too perfect. The story almost didn't have enough drama, but there was enough to keep my interest. Like Scott, the town sometimes also seemed a bit too perfect, however this was probably part of why I enjoyed the book! Things don't always go perfectly, however, and it was good to see how Peyton dealt with the past and how events unfolded.
Occasionally I was unsure of who was speaking, perhaps clearer narration would have prevented this, however it wasn't too common. Apart from that the narration was good and unobtrusive.