This is one of my favorites in this series, such a good mystery, with Mavis' pregnancy and new baby to add to the fun. But there's an odd hollowness to the sound through the entire recording - nothing to do with Susan Ericksen's narration - just something different in the production end.
Always after books that read well in the tractor!
The crimes being done behind the scenes to the women was truly horrifying, especially for any mothers out there, but it was overshadowed by how hilarious the scenes with Eve and pregnant Mavis, especially when they were going into labor. I've never laughed so hard in this series!
I love discovering new stories while driving or working in the barn, reading voraciously since I could walk. There is no genre, just magic
LOVE...LOVE...LOVE J.D. Robb's in Death series and feel like Eve is part of the family which is what a novel is supposed to do. Normally after a time and especially after 37 of them it tends to get old BUT NOT these. Each one is an exciting and wonderful look into the world of Eve. This one is fantastic with Mavis
Love them all
Yes, I have tried other authors for the exact reason that I love her narrative skills.
When Mavis is pregnant and has her melt down.
If you are in doubt at all...don't be you will love all of the JD Robb books.
Okay, this book is so hilarious! Yes, people are being killed, and there are multiple suspects, but honesty the best parts of this book is Eve and Mavis's baby shower and Eve and Roark during the birthing classes!!!! The dialogue between them is so funny. Susan makes the scenes come to life with her amazing voice! I will definitely listen to this again.
Life is too short to waste on bad authors.
Susan Ericksen's narrative brings the characters to life. I LOVE her characterization of Roarke! Let alone Eve's voice. She sounds exactly how I hear her in my head! Lots of levity in between the two mysteries!
Eve and Roarke's reluctance to be Mavis's birthing coaches. That is HILARIOUS!!
The scene in the birthing class and the end. Too dang funny!
This book made me laugh at many points, mainly thanks to Ms. Ericksen's "delivery". Pun intended!
Natalie Copperfield and her fiancé have been murdered, both worked for the same company and everything Dallas has found shows that their murders have something to do with the accounting that Natalie was working on. Dallas thinks that Natalie found out something about a company that got her killed.
At the same time Dallas is try not to think about Mavis having her baby soon. During a baby shower that Dallas gave for Mavis, one of Mavis friends did not show up and no one has heard from her in days. So now Dallas is trying to find a murderer and find a missing a pregnant woman, Tandy Willow, at the same time.
This is classic J. D. Robb, a wonderful story of murder with a side story that will tug on your heartstrings.
We see a softer side of Eve and Roake. They are helping their friends have an enjoyable birth of their first baby.
Eve didn't shake off the fears that Mavis had about her new friend Tandy and she cared about the murder of a couple who was only doing their jobs.
Susan has always done a wonderful job with her performance. I will always hope that she continues to do these books.
I loved how Eve and Roake was there when the two ladies went into labor. Then she fulfilled Mavis's wish to marry right away before her baby was born.
It is a great Valentine's Day story.
Same great writing style and narration, but even more plot twists and thought provoking story line.
This is the one book where I have laughed out loud listening to Eve and Roarke as they stumble around dealing with Mavis's pregnancy. I also love that Eve is trying to juggle this event with murder in her watch. The mixture of comedy and tragedy is right out of the Shakespeare classics!
Yes, it was very enjoyable.
It is part of a series, and as such it fits right into the series. Continuity, solid plots, interesting twists are a part of every book I've read thus far in this series.
She did a good job with all the voices.
When they found the pregnant woman who had been kidnapped. Also, the birth scene was moving, too.