While there were times that the language was a little too much for me, overall the story is believable and hilarious! Good thing I listened to it at home, because I couldn't help laughing out loud at the situations that seem to find the characters - really, they aren't out looking for trouble. Trouble just seems to find them!
This is one of those good books that the narrator makes great! She has the different accents and personalities down pat. I live in Central Texas and know women just like the characters described. The story itself is delightful and the skillful narration brings it to glorious, uproarious life. So sit back, tune in, and enjoy a great listen!
I liked the narrators voice and her accents. What I liked least was that the book seemed a little short to me.
I am not qualified to answer that, but do they have to be quite so poor, I mean everything on the trip was free, and they still didn't seem to have any money to spend.
I liked the scene at the police station.
Yes, It was worth a listen, although I really felt like I got all the details in the first listen through, and didn't feel the need to listen to it a second time.
This book gives such a comic relief from everyday life and drama! The characters are real and the book is performed in such a way that you feel you know the characters as they talk. I'm listening to my 5th Dixie Cash book now.
ALL of this series are good. I especially enjoyed this one--Edwina's airport adventures had me laughing out loud. The narration of these are great too.
Dixie Cash is wonderful, delightful. The two ladies of Salt Lick, Texas are up to their beautiful heads of hair in New York and the Texas girls deliver humor, intrigue, mystery, excitement.