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Publisher's Summary

In this classic romance from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts, one couple discovers their own way to a happy ending - and a beautiful beginning....

She'd inherited $150 million, but all Pandora McVie wants is her uncle back and her infuriating co-beneficiary, Michael Donohue, gone. But that isn't part of the plan - one that isolates them both in a Catskills mansion for six months. Pandora knows it won't be easy living with Michael, but the hardest thing of all might be not falling in love with the man!

©1986 Nora Roberts (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Kimberly
  • 08-12-2016

Not Bad to Pass the Time

Would you listen to A Will and a Way again? Why?

I might, depending on my need to fill time before my next credit comes through.

Any additional comments?

This story wasn't bad. But I had a HUGE problem with the way Michial and Pandora kept calling each other cousin, even after a romance budded between them. That's just weird for me. Also, the narration could have been better. Michial didn't sound right. He sounded as though he was mentally impaired.

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  • Ann
  • 23-01-2016

Not up to Nora's reputation.

Not up to Nora's standard. The story went on and on and on..... The voice of the male was hard to hear and fake.

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  • Divame
  • 15-05-2018

Infallible!!!

Great book. I really enjoyed it. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I'm going to tell my all for friends about this book

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  • september williams
  • 04-04-2018

Kising Cousin Twice Removed

I love the premise ... an old man dies and sets up a paradigm where two young people he loves related but biologically different have a chance to fall in love... while the relatives the old eccentric man sets up those he likes least to show his true colors. Fun and quirky Nora Characters with signature suspense.

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  • Jan
  • 26-01-2018

voice

only problem was Michael's voice. fingernails/chalkboard. I don't think I could ever have taken him seriously.

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  • LEANNE Benjamin
  • 03-08-2016

Same old female character type and endings

Michaels voice is phony and annoying
Female character is similar in personality in other books
Plot too predictable
They always get married in the end

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  • Victoria
  • 29-04-2016

Just what you'd expect

What did you like best about A Will and a Way? What did you like least?

The story is exactly what you expect from a short Nora Roberts novel, but that is why it is so good. The setting, characters and plot are something that you might imagine watching in an episode of Logan's Run.

What did you like best about this story?

The setting, beautiful mental images of a gorgeous, whimsical Catskills mansion.

What didn’t you like about Christina Traister’s performance?

Michael's voice as portrayed by the narrator was terrible. it was low, monotone and made him sound dopey and took away from any passion or emotion that was written into his lines. It made me want to pick up a paperback copy so i could finish the story with out the narrator!

Could you see A Will and a Way being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

I think sometimes stories are better appreciated in books than visually in movies or TV.

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  • JAJ
  • 10-03-2016

Good story but...that voice!

The story was good. However, the reader's portrayal of Michael's voice is terrible. So fake! Like a throaty whisper the whole way. So irritating I kept hoping Michael wouldn't have any more lines in the story.

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  • Sandra Young
  • 28-02-2015

Good listen!

Entertaining, but not one of Nora's best stories. Price was good and as I said before, it was entertaining.

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  • Sped serf
  • 23-02-2015

predictable but cute

the story was different than usual and a little hokey in places. still enjoyed the banter between the main characters