Books 1,2,3 and 4
By: Nora Roberts
Narrated by: Marie Caliendo
Length: 27H and 59M
Nora Roberts brings you the remarkable O'Hurley triplets and their mysterious older brother. Their unique family upbringing has led to four extraordinary lives. Follow the saga of the O'Hurley family through these four captivating novels from Nora Roberts.In this specially priced collection, you'll get The Last Honest Woman, Dance to the Piper, Skin Deep, and Without a Trace, all complete and unabridged. These four books tell the story of the dazzling O'Hurley triplets and their brother, whose lives are as remarkable as their unconventional beginnings.
In The Last Honest Woman, as the widow of an infamous race car champion, Abby O'Hurley shunned publicity. But how could she keep charming, disarming, and ruthlessly cynical biographer Dylan Crosby from uncovering her darkest secrets?
In Dance to the Piper, they both knew what would happen....She moved in perfect harmony to the music that ruled her life both onstage and off. He dealt with the world with ruthless expertise. Music was his business and he was all business. That is until she lit up the stage. The attraction was instant...and impossible.
In Skin Deep, even though Chantel O'Hurley was being harassed by an obsessive "admirer", she didn't want some two-bit P.I. telling her what to do. Private investigator Quinn Doran resented playing nursemaid to a spoiled star. But one look at the cool blond showed him how easy it was to become obsessed with a woman like Chantel.
In Without a Trace, Trace O'Hurley had turned his back on responsibility and commitment long ago. Now he lived the way he wanted, did what he wanted when he wanted. But that was all going to change.
This was my first series by Nora Roberts, and I really don't know what happened, I can't give these books more than three hearts, I found the stories flat, and I had to make an effort to finish, maybe is another one of those cases when I should have read it instead. I know a lot people love Nora Roberts, and there must be a reason why, I just don't think it was this series.
By Teresa (Dexter, MI, United States) Jul 31, 2010
I loved the O'Hurley's when I read these books long ago in paper. The narrations are EXCELLENT and the stories rich and vibrant. You'll laugh, cry, and sigh. WELL worth the price. Enjoy!
By Gina (Elmhurst, IL, United States) Sep 13, 2010
The Contemporary romances written in the late 80’s are a tad dated, but the stories are engaging enough to keep your focus. Excellent narration. Stories are a mix of romance, intrigue, and suspense. Worth the credit