What a beautiful ending to the Sullivan’s crossing series. Fell in love with all the main characters throughout the books, the narration by Theresa is outstanding. Highly recommend it, if you want to relax, smile, have a laugh and enjoy romance novels.
This was a good story. I totally adore Noah, a bright little boy with a big heart and old soul. The narration is excellent! I can listen for ever to Therese Plummer's voice. Both the author and narrator are blessed with great talents.
loved it, so nice to hear this book, the reader was excellent, clear and had a lovely reading tone
After too many crime thrillers, I enjoy the relief of reading a “good-guys-triumph-over-bad-guys” stories.
As all I’ve read of Miss Carr’s books guarantees me.
A nice addition to the series. Good to see some of the older characters take a bigget part in the story. Great narration as always
absolutely loved it
simple beutiful story
Heart warming story.
Totally I’m love with a Robyn Carr. So sad to have finished the Sullivans Crossing series but absolutely excited dive into another by her. Also I love this narrator I am going to have to follow her work.
Love Robyn Carr’s books and love them even more with Teresa Plummer narrating them. Perfect duo. This story is awesome with many sad events that ten out splendid in the near future.
Hannah Russell is a successful sales manager living in Minneapolis. While her career is on track, her love life hasn’t been all that shiny and recently took a major nose dive. As she plans to take some time off and return to Colorado, the lovely site of her last business trip, one of her best friends dies suddenly, leaving 5-year son, Noah, in her care. Hannah decides to keep the planned trip intact so she and Noah can have a chance to bond and grieve. She’d booked the house owned by freelance photographer Owen Abrams who’d planned to be out of town but his plans changed and he’s not traveling but will stay in the attached barn.
I loved returning to Sullivan’s Crossing and it was the perfect place for Hannah and Noah to find respite. With its strong sense of community and natural beauty, it set the stage for both of them to heal and experience the outreach from the residents. Owen also had experienced a tragedy years ago and had never fully recovered from it. The relationship he created with Noah pulled some serious heartstrings, almost eclipsing his romance with Hannah but not really. And then there was his dog, Romeo, an adorable and lovable Great Dane who really was a scene stealer. This story has all of the elements that normally keeps me enthralled...and I was.
I chose to listen to this story because it’s narrated by Thèrése Plummer who is fabulous normally and in her performance here. She masters the young Noah while credibly delivering the male voices along with the others. She provided distinctive qualities for all the major characters, helping to define them beyond the pages. I’m committed to listening to the series here after.
I loved everything about this story. It wasn’t all sweetness and light as Hannah and Noah experience some real threats and challenges. It grabbed me from the start, wouldn’t let go and I finished it in a day. Carr is a master at writing compelling small town romance and she doesn’t miss here.
(Thanks to Recorded Books for my complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.)