The Perfect Hope

The Perfect Hope

Large Print - 2012
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This final offering in the Boonsboro Trilogy wraps things up with the blossoming relationship between the oldest Montgomery brother, Ryder and the sophisticated and beautiful innkeeper, Hope. We have gotten to know these two already from the previous two books and know that Ryder can be rude, abrupt and a very "Me Tarzan - You Jane" type of guy. Nora is great with her brother relationships and it's usually pretty easy to break it down, one is sweet (Beckett), one is smart and the calming influence (Owen) and one is the classic type A male, ready to hit first and ask questions later. This combination helps define the relationships but in Ryder's case, it's a little bit harder to like him, but not impossible. Hope is Ryder's complete opposite in most every way except they are both loyal to friends and family and both easy on the eyes. Since Hope is best friends with the women who are married and engaged to Ryder's brothers (Clare and Avery), it was a foregone conclusion that they would end up together and they do, but it just wasn't as exciting a ride as I hoped it would be.
Publisher: Detroit : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, [2012]
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9781594135699
9781410449764
Branch Call Number: Large Print ROB
Characteristics: 477 pages (large print) ;,23 cm.

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corky69
Sep 06, 2017

I see others really liked this book. Believe me I am an avid Nora Roberts fan but, to me, this book felt more like the one star category. The only reason I kept reading was because I was fresh out of other reading material!

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iflyercoupes
Jun 23, 2016

Roberts doesn't disappoint; just the right amount of obstacles to keep the energy going until the happy ever afters. The plot is believable, even though the main character gives up what we all supposedly aspire to in terms of luxury and fame, to start over with good friends, a slower pace and a humbler venue.

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joyce7382
Mar 16, 2015

Loved the story. Sorry this was the last of Trilogy series.

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SandyBlank
Sep 12, 2014

This was a really cool trilogy. It was kinda like the gardening trilogy, but with guys instead of gals. There were a few similarities, but enough differences to make it a good, fresh read. Definitely a page turner with characters that will pull you right into the book with them.

CSil Jun 22, 2014

so sad this is the last book in the inn boonsboro trilogy. this has been my favorite series since the bride quartet. love the romance, the characters, the inn, the "ghost" and the town life. wish the series could have gone on even longer. just such fun summer reading!

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cmb8
Jul 16, 2013

nice finish to the series

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bookbug87
Apr 23, 2013

This is definitely my favorite book of the series. She wraps it up well and the conclusion of the ghost plot is to die for....pun intended. The relationships she builds between her characters and lasting ones. I dare readers to not fall in love with one of the brothers. Its tough for me, but I think Ryder comes out on top...barely. :) Definitely a read-again!!

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lilyofthevalley3
Mar 31, 2013

A nice end to the trilogy. Yes, predictable but still enjoyable none the less. I actually liked book 3 more than I liked book 2. The resolution to the ghost story was satisfying.

LaughingOne Jan 28, 2013

A delightful end to an enjoyable trilogy.

gullybrook Jan 23, 2013

I loved this novel, the final one in the b&b trilogy. Sure, it was predictable after the first two books, but I enjoyed every page of it.

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