This is one of my favorite books. I love the overlap with Welcome to Temptation -- completing the story of the Dempseys. Complex characters, great dialogue, and even a little education about art.
I wish the narrator hadn't rushed through it, though. And, I caught one error on a major line by Davy about the tension between Tilda and her father.
creative and artistic
I really enjoyed this book but it took awhile to catch on to the many characters. The voices could have been a tad bit more different. One I got up to speed I could tell the characters apart.
I liked just about all the characters. Matilda and Davy were my favorites (once I realized Daisy was really Davy!) But Louise and Eve were quite fascinating too. Even Clea was enjoyable.
It has a Neil Simon type feel with a lot going on and funny characters.
I would have to tell a friend that the performance was not good.
Yes. I have bought other books by her and liked them.
The narrators voice was like listening to glass crack.
Another narrator such as Susan Boyce
this is absolutely my favorite audio book of all time! the story is light, fun, and sexy. the narrator is fabulous! sooo good!
This one took a little bit to get into but then took off and became a very complex and interesting story, not to mention funny. Always unusual characters that you fall in love with or hate.
Good Books Don't Promote Violence
This sequel to Welcome to Temptation is a classic romantic comedy with engaging secondary characters and a cute dog. One of those endearing stories that you can enjoy multiple times for years to come.
I have heard this book twice now and while.the first time i liked it, then the second time it was i really enjoyed it, it seemed better. Funny and witty. I am aure i'm going ro listen it again in the future.