I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
I'm loving this book. I was swept into this charming, giggle inducing, hot sexual escapades, perfect dates involving seagull poop, and of course relationship problems. I'm soooo into this book and my ears are eating it up and BAM it's over! No warning. It's like getting a piece of perfect chocolate cake and your halfway in and it gets knocked on the floor. Now I must immediately check and see how long I'm going to have to wait for this story to finish up. I must suffer the pain until I can get my Grace and Jack fix. Oh, and did I mention all the other great secondary characters??
So you ask, is it worth the credit? YES, YES, YES. I would advise everyone to get this one and suffer right along with me.
I'm loving this "Redhead" series. Sometimes you need a lighter listen that's fun and this series provides it. Grace is such a crazy, loveable woman and you can't help but want to know what's going to come from her next. My only complaint is that the author doesn't relate Jack's point of view but it's still a cute sexy story that I enjoyed.
I wasn't expecting this one to come out so soon, so a big thanks to Audible for getting it out. The narrator does a fantastic job also. This is not a stand alone book. Make sure you get book 1 first. I do think this one is worth a credit if you want this type of book.
I bought this abridged version because I remembered and enjoyed the original version narrated by Anna Fields. Sometimes a truly skilled abridged version of a story can even tighten the original, and I enjoy Jennifer Van Dyke so I thought I would like to listen to an old favorite.
The cuts in this abridgment were not surgical. It was accomplished by cutting out a subplot, and therefore removing one of the main characters of the amputated secondary story. This leaves Molly and Kevin, the main characters, reacting to the ghosts of the missing parts. It still works. Susan Elizabeth Philips writes great stories, and even the surface parts of this story are engrossing, Still, it takes more than a suspension of disbelief to help the reader understand why Molly is so loved by her family, without letting the reader see her complete interactions with Kevin's mom and her nieces and nephews. Getting to know the remarkable woman Kevin's mom is that makes it worth the effort Kevin puts forth to get over reasonable childhood resentments. I listened to this with friends on a drive that took four hours and kept trying to explain that these people were not really a train wreck. We didn't turn it back on for the trip back. Still even watered down Susan Elizabeth Phillips is worth some time.