Yes, It was funny and serious with love interest thrown in.
Couldn't choose just one......possibly the one where the housekeeper who was great...loved her character, said
The reader was wonderful.....little more southern drawl than most of us Texan's have but still very entertaining......did not want to put it down.....
Didnt read it
Everything from the protagonist's excruciatingly funny descriptions of her lifestyle and surroundings to her personal growth
Of course, she was terrific as Frede & Niki She was truly believable and enjoyable in whatever character she portrayed, but Nina the maid gave me pure joy.
Would not change it
I never read any of this author's work before. I've downloaded the only other title you have and hope for more. I will certainly see out stories narrated by Jenna Lamia.
I do alot of running and listening music was getting old. This book was great to run to....only listened to it while I was running, made my runs just fly by.
The whole book kept my attention...loved the way Lee would describe
Love her voice and that Southern accent.
Leave it the same
Like I said, I am a runner and this was one book which made me look forward to my long runs on the weekend.
Hi all. I'm in my 50's (that's relevant, i think), and I favor fiction. I like the british sensibility, and was introduced to the Forsyte Saga through audible ... loved it! I happen to also like Chinese writers, but they are not well represented yet at audible. Looking to follow readers with similar tastes ...
sometimes you want to listen to a book that is not too deep, but fun and well written. this is the author for that, and i preferred this book to her debutante book.
I can listen to Jenna Lamia anytime--her narration in "The Help" absolutely made that audiobook and this one as well!! Fun listen.
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Despite the inability to NOT hate the main character, I couldn't help but cheer her on. The book is downright funny and entertaining. Jenna Lamia does her usual fantastic reading performance.
As a Texas woman though, I have to say there is no way in the world this author has ever even visited our state, let alone spent any amount of time here. The way Texas women (and even the men) were depicted was entirely asinine, but I have to admit that it added a great deal of entertainment to the book.
This book was ok. I never wanted to continue listening when it was time to get out of the car but I was interested enough to see how the story eventually worked itself out and like much chick lit it was wrapped up in a pretty little package by the end of the story.
I will say that I enjoyed the characters take on other people's fashion, social status and her general high maintenance lifestyle and snarky attitude - she was able to do it in a way that wasn't annoying but actually funny.
Well written chick lit book. My problem was that the main character wasn't likable....at all. The narration was great and kept me listening.