The Choice: The Dragon Heart Legacy, Book 3


Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
226
Narrator
44
Release Date
November 2022
Duration
15 hours 18 minutes
Summary
The Choice is the conclusion of the epic Dragon Heart Legacy trilogy from Nora Roberts, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Awakening and The Becoming.

Talamh is a land of green hills, high mountains, deep forests, and seas, where magicks thrive. But portals allow for passage in and out—and ultimately, each must choose their place, and choose between good and evil, war and peace, life and death…

Breen Siobhan Kelly grew up in the world of Man and was once unaware of her true nature. Now she is in Talamh, trying to heal after a terrible battle and heartbreaking losses. Her grandfather, the dark god Odran, has been defeated in his attempt to rule over Talamh, and over Breen—for now.

With the enemy cast out and the portal sealed, this is a time to rest and to prepare. Breen spreads her wings and realizes a power she’s never experienced before. It’s also a time for celebrations—of her first Christmas in both Talamh and Ireland, of solstice and weddings and births—and daring to find joy again in the wake of sorrow. She rededicates herself to writing her stories, and when his duties as taoiseach permit, she is together with Keegan, who has trained her as a warrior and whom she has grown to love.

It’s Keegan who’s at her side when the enemy’s witches, traitorous and power-mad, appear to her in her sleep, practicing black magick, sacrificing the innocent, and plotting a brutal destruction for Breen. And soon, united with him and with all of Talamh, she will seek out those in desperate need of rescue, and confront the darkness with every weapon she has: her sword, her magicks—and her courage.

A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin’s Press.
Browse By Category
Reviews
Profile Avatar
Kayla B.

The only down side was I wish the epilogue showed further into the future. But it was an amazing story and a great ending.

Profile Avatar
Suzanne B.

I m sad that the trilogy is over and done with. I loved it. Thank you

Profile Avatar
Pamela Brown

Perfect ending to the series, even though I wish there would be more books too. The narrator is absolutely amazing! Love this book

Profile Avatar
Dan R.

Enjoyed

Profile Avatar
Darlene S.

Thought she could have finished with more after " the after " . But totally enjoyed the series .

Profile Avatar
Martha Bownds

a great read. I love her books

Profile Avatar
Jlam0401

I love Nora Roberts style of writing. And this narrator is fantastic. She makes each character sound different and she’s just so good with putting the emotion and intensity into her voice.

Profile Avatar
Aimee D.

I love Nora and this narrator was amazing. wish they would .ake a TV show out this and so many other nora trilogies!

Profile Avatar
Kristopher S.

I’m completely heartbroken over the ending. All the talk of the after but never filling us in on the after. Just sad because the trilogy was awesome until the ending.

Profile Avatar
Anonymous

Narrator is amazing. I wish there was more books after this one but it ended on a good note. Very well written and narrated.

Profile Avatar
Tondaz

I have listened to this story many times. Ihear something new everytime. I have yet to get bored with the story.

Profile Avatar
Anonymous

This was the most boring fantasy and romance story I have ever read. I forced myself to finish, because this series is rated nearly perfectly on every review site, and I figured it had to get better at some point. It didn’t. I’m a fan of both romance and fantasy novels, and a fan of Nora Roberts’s earlier work. So why did I hate this? Both the romance and fantasy aspects were lacking. More than anything else this is the story of a woman who was bored with her life and suddenly inherited enough money to do whatever she wants. She dyes her hair, gets a tattoo, goes looking for her absent father, and becomes a virtual overnight success as a writer. The fantasy world is window dressing with no depth. The dragons noted in the title may as well be overgrown, flying mules with no lore or personality. These magical beasts exist only to literally carry the character from place to place. Her dog has more character development than her dragon. The romance. Which romance? The one where the MC has casual a sexual relationship with her teacher, or the one between the two gay stereotypes where they fall in love instantly and get married shortly afterward with no build up or tension? The protagonists are all saccharine sweet good guys, the villains are puppy kicking evil. Despite the fantasy world containing many sentient, advanced species all the “good” societies get along impeccably and seem to have no conflict. The most annoying part to me is the MC’s stable of emotional support LGB people who are walking stereotypes. They exist only to tell MC “you go girl!” and be tokens of “representation.” I honestly question whether this was really written by the same Nora Roberts. The narrator is excellent though, her voice is very soothing. This series made a great sleep aid.

Profile Avatar
Pam M.

I LOVED this series. I was addicted to them. The narrator was incredible and very talented. I fell completely under the Irish charm.

Profile Avatar
Eclass

This book was so good I didn’t want it to end

Profile Avatar
Kyla G.

I loved the ending of this trilogy and may have shed a few tears!

Profile Avatar
Sandra OLeary

I wish there were more books like this. Amazing, couldn't put it down!

1 book added to cart
Subtotal
$32.99
View Cart