The Perfect Hope (Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy #3)
Ryder is the hardest Montgomery brother to figure out - with a tough-as-nails outside and possibly nothing too soft underneath. He's surly and unsociable, but when he straps on a toolb...more
Blog rating: D+
In the final book of the Boonsboro Trilogy, the focus is no longer on building the Inn Boonsboro, but rather a couple different storylines take center stage. The first being the obvious romance that’s been building between Ryder and Hope from the moment she stepped into town and was hired as the inn keeper. The ghost, Lizzy, stills plays a major role as her story gets wrapped up. It wouldn’t be a book in this trilogy if the Montgomery men w...more
As I read, I couldn't help thinking that this book is so aspirational. The 3 heroines are beautiful. Intelligent, strong and accomplished. The 3 heroes are strong, skilled, handsome. They are all young people and most of them own successful b...more
one of my ABSOLUTE favorite...more
Especially this year my too high, maybe even unreasonable expectations have ruined quite a few promising books for me, so I was hopeful and anxious at the same time when I started reading.
So like I said, sometimes they can ruin everythi...more
I was always kinda 'meh' on Lizzie the Ghost, but I actually liked her in The Perfect Hope. As the reader learns more about Lizzie's love story and the u...more
I loved the whole ghost story thing and the conclusion to it. But I also loved how it was interwined with Ryders and Hopes story.
Ryder and Hope were wonderful the chemistry was awesome and I totally enjoyed reading about them.
The book left me with this wonderful cozy feeling!
I've read nearly every Nora Roberts book out there. And I was looking forward to this particular installment of the trilogy. I had anticipated the moment when Hope and Ryder finally got together because they truly seemed to have some heat going on in the other 2 books.
What a major letdown. "You wanna have sex?" "Yup, sure do. Do you?" "You betcha. How's next Tuesday sound?"
OK, so that's no verbatim, but REALLY! It might as well have gone just l...more
I bought these books when they first came out and put them in my TBR pile. Then earlier this year, I planned a trip to the Boonsboro Inn with a group of my reader Chicks, so I've been saving them. This weekend I am in MD at the Inn, so I thought it was appropriate to post my reviews over the weekend I am gone.
This was, hands-down, my favorite book in the series. Ryder and Hope have been at each other from the very beginning. You would think they honestly don't like each other, but *ahe...more
I’ll admit that the previous books were kind of slow going but it was this book that I was really looking forward to reading. Ryder and Hope had some pretty intense sexual chemistry in the previous books and I just knew that their story was going to be the best of the bunch and I wasn’t wrong.
Ryder and Hope are opposites. R...more
La Esperanza Perfecta es el libro final de la saga Hotel, y esta vez es la historia de amor de Ryder y Esperanza (Hope), aunque no me pareció tan romántica...
Esperanza es perfecta. Hace su trabajo y le gusta dar lo mejor de ella. Pero por alguna razón Ryder nunca gusto de ella. Desde el día que llego, ha sido maleducado y hasta un poco cruel; pero hay una chispa entre ellos.
Me gusto Esperanza porque me pude relacionar con ella, le gusta hacer todo bien y por eso...more
I have to be honest -- of the three books in the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy, this was the one I thought I would like the least. Because Hope and Ryder had already been introduced through the first two books (which I would definitely recommend be read in order), there wasn't the same kind of lead up to the romance that there had been for the first two couples. And although I was drawn in just as I tend to be with most of the Nora Roberts books, I wasn't quite invested in the pairin...more
OK, so in most Nora Roberts trilogies it is clear that the third couple is her favorite. Their story is woven through the other two books and climaxes (ha!) in the third. For this reason, I usually dislike the third book. This time was an exception, but that was largely because the Inn wasn't the shining star of this boo...more
Ryder is the hardest Montgomery brother to figure out—with a tough-as-nails outside and possibly nothing too soft underneath. He’s surly and unsociable, but when he straps on a tool belt, no woman can resist his sexy swagger. Except apparently Hope Beaumont, the innkeeper of his own Inn BoonsBoro…
As the former manager of a D.C. hotel, Hope is used to excitement and glamour, but that doesn’t mean she can’t app...more
I'll admit that the previous books were kind of slow going but it was this book that I was really looking forward to reading. Ryder and Hope had some pretty intense sexual chemistry in the previous books and I just knew that their story was going to be the best of the bunch and I wasn't wrong.
Ryder and Hope are opposites...more
Another thing that bugged me: Yes, Clare is pregnant. But she had her book already. We don't constantly need comments about Clare's belly, her soon to be twins, and other preggo stuff. I really don't care. 5 boys under the age of ten is her (and Beckett's) problem.
I do like how there was resolution to the...more
The backliner reads:
A new novel of starting over and star-crossed love.
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts introd...more
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of the five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During...more