just like a delectable desert, you get it you love it and soon you want more!!! The wait till the next is terrible. Goldy is one of my favorite characters. Hurry up Diane !!!
Say something about yourself!
I love this type of light mystery after reading/listening to so many deep dark mysteries. I really enjoyed it.
I cannot recommend this book. There are too many characters. The plot is thin. It did not keep my interest. I have read other books by this author that were better.
This was my first experience with this author and I totally enjoyed it. I didn't expect what the end of the book (not the end of the story) was! What fun! I'm anxious to read some more of this.
Diane Mott Davidson's entire series about Goldie and her turbulent life is shot through with human emotion and humor. Double Shot has these wonderful qualites and events that make the developing plot lines and characters turn a corner without ending the series but briinging it to new possibilities. Narrator Barbara Rosenblat provides another spectacular audio presentation. The entire series just gets better and better.
This story of a Colorado caterer is light for most mystery fans, but fun for a break from the Harry Boschs and Jack Reachers and Cotton Malones. The bad guy is easily figured out well before the end and the narrator is way to breathy and throaty and even nasal for my taste. The saving grace is that the recipes served by the caterer are all included at the end of the story and they are worth the listen.
CLEAN LANGUAGE! I only listened to about 30 minutes and turned it off. I did not finish the book.
Absolutely not. I could not recommend a book that does not meet my own personal standards.
The narrator was horrible ... she sounded like she was in the process of chain smoking. But I would have finished the book, in spite of the narrator, had it not been for the bad language.
I have no idea ... I did not finish it. I love to cook, so I feel like I would have loved the story. That's the only reason I gave the book 3 stars.
I have not listened to or read anything by Diane Mott Davidson. When I did some research on her, I saw that she is licensed to preach and has led Bible studies. Too bad her "religion" is left on the shelf when she writes. I presumed she would be a safe author to listen to because of her religious background. Boy was I wrong! I am very disappointed because I believe I would have really enjoyed this book.
I love this series, but this narrator seems to be either swallowing or licking her lips or something between every sentence (and sometimes in the middle of sentences too). It was extremely irritating, to the point that I nearly gave up. I didn't notice this with the other books that she narrated. If I were you, I would try the abridged version - different narrator.