Its an weird thing but my favourite genre to read is murder/mystery books but when it comes to audio books, I love ChicLit! Odd I know!
Really good story. Kept me interested from the beginning. Clear and really interesting characters. Wee bit more serious than expected but that was the key to keeping me interested. Highly recommended
very much enjoyed this story and narration. From the beginning it kept me interested and it is very easy to follow with a good flow.
Although in no way a suspense story, I kept wondering what would happen next and seeing the friendship grow between the 2 main characters was very heart warming.
I'd definitely recommend this story to anyone who enjoys good quality "Chit-lit"
It took just 10mins for me to be hooked - I really loved this story and just adored all the characters - you cant go past a huge but gentle red-headed Scot.
The narration is perfect and the accents bring life to everyone.
I really do recommend this book - Millie Johnson has done it again.
I am a huge fan of Fannie Flagg and I was anxiously awaiting her latest book. I was thrilled with the intertwining plots and historical data. This is an uplifting, interesting story that makes me want more books just like it. So I am going to download my other favorite Flagg novel- A Red Bird Christmas. If you love Fannie Flagg and are looking for similar light-hearted novels, I would recommend the following downloads from Audible:
Marriage Bureau for Rich People by Farahad Zama
Major Pettigrews Last Stand by Helen Simonson
Mrs. Queen Takes the Train by William Kuhn
~And if you like Young Adult Fiction~
The Misadventures of Maude March is wonderful and has interesting historical information too.