Respecting her late mother's wish, Shannon travels, however reluctantly, to County Clare. There, her loneliness and shame melt away in the embrace of the family she never knew existed. And amid the lush Irish landscape, steeped in mysticism and legend, she discovers the possibility of a love that is meant to be.
©2007 Nora Roberts; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
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"Good book, Reader not so appealing"
The Born in-Trilogy is one of my favorites thus I also wanted it on my portable device in order to listen to it when I am on my way to work and back. But I was somehow disappointed by the reader. I think he makes Murphy Muldoon sound somewhat dimwitted which I think is a great pitty.
Furthermore I made the mistake of listening to "Fool" by Christopher Moore before where an excellent reader was hired which made the difference even more obvious.
"An Irish Treat!"
I loved this series. Ireland and art seem to be theme of the trilogy and each sister has their own unique talent. This is my least favorite of the three because the story was a little more predictable and while I love a mystical twist in any book it seemed out of place here. That means 4 stars versus 5 I gave the others so still not to shabby. Murphy is a wonderful hero and a man any woman would swoon over. There is great continuity to see Rogan and Maggie and Brianna and Grayson's relationships and family grow. It was fun to witness the sister's relationships grow over time and touching to see their horrible mother's heart finally open some with the addition of the grandkids. A great trilogy and addictive.
"A Perfect Ending to a Great Trilogy!"
Yes I would. I would only recommend this book as part of a great trilogy. One really needs to read the first two books in the series before reading this one. This book was a perfect ending to one of Nora Roberts most enjoyable trilogy's.
The ending. I thought I had predicted the ending and then she threw me a curve, but came together in the end for a perfect love story.
Murphy. In the first book,
Pretty much. If I had time I would have, but I would have to put it down at times.
"Favorite book in the series"
I never read the print version
I love this series and I think this book is my favorite because you get to see the progression of Maggie and Brianna. I loved that most.
I don't know if this is the same narrator as the first two but if so this was alot better, but still not good.
When Maggie and Shannon began to form a relationship. I loved to see the relationship between the female characters grow throughout the book.
I really liked this book but I think Nora Roberts could have done a better job developing the Murphy character. In this book she made him seem clumsy and ackward but that was the sense in the other books. I will say that all Nora Roberts books typically end the same but the good part is seeing how the character get there.
"Get caught up in Ireland"
This is a really enjoyable read. Feels like your right there. It was hard for me to put down and hated when it was done. Wanted more
Maggie she gives real character to all the books
Yes very much
"Love narrator and the story!"
Makes the reader examine the sacrifice one makes for loving someone, and the real cost for choosing love.
Great trilogy by one of my favorite authors - the narrator ruined it for me - I'll never listen to another story narrated by him
This tempestuous love rang notes in my heart of my experience, fruition of my daughter.
As I worked my way through this series the stories became more enjoyable. My initial discontent was with the narrator but during the 2nd book became more used to his speech. This may have been because he was narrating mostly in the male voice of Grayson Thane.
I was drawn in immediately. Wonderful story and great narration, my only complaint would be that the narrator at pints seemed to rush the story.
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