It's a great audio performance, well done.
Becky Bloomwood is charming and lovable. The story is somewhat predictable but entertaining.
Tons of them!
Becky, of course!
I love that Becky finally gets married and has someone who loves her
The other shopaholic series, we just get more of Beckys life
Suz's wedding. It was so funny I was laughing out loud
Not really just a nice reading
Listens while running
Emily Gray's narration is wonderful, and the conclusion to this book--for me--paid off. The exploration of the Elinor/Luke relationship was pretty interesting.
Shopaholic Ties the Knot is in line with the previous shopaholic books, but Becky is slightly less sympathetic here for me. It's the first time I've really had a hard time suspending disbelief on her. (Though I will point out she's better in the next book.)
Emily Gray just gets Becky Bloomwood. I'm listening to Mini Shopaholic now, and Rosalyn Landor, while talented, simply doesn't compare. I read Shopaholic and Sister on my own, and I could hear Gray over every line. Her character interpretation is superb.
This would have been an entertaining "read" but the reader was a snooze. Her predictable speech patterns for each character made the story dull and the pitch of her voice was at times irritating. Her monotone male characters were dreadfully portrayed. Skip this one.
Becky Becky Becky...I love the shopaholic series. It was very easy to listen to it. Most of the time I couldn’t stop my ipod…I finished it in two days..Awesome…Hilarious...LOL
Since of course she is getting a bit more mature in this story, it wasn't as fun as the other ones. I still enjoyed it though.
I found our shopaholic irritating. The jacket called it a fun romp, I couldn't make myself finsh the book (the only time this has happened).
I had previously read this book, but after listening to "Shopaholic and Baby" wanted more of Becky Bloomwood Brandon. This audiobook didn't disappoint. I thought that Emily Gray was a perfect narrator.