Great series. It's like going to the spa and enjoy your favourite programme. You know what you get, but still, you enjoy every bit of it, again and again.
This is yet another shallow plotless book ..if you enjoy characters defined by frequent descriptions of what they are wearing, or thoroughly predictable big strong guy saving not so pretty but also very predictable girl, this one is for you! I found it too boring to continue...
Could I love Susan Elizabeth Phillips any more?? No, I don't think I could. Fun, fabulous characters! Great story! I'll listen to this one again and again!
It might be just another romance - but it's a really great one! Absolutely delightful for the past two dayx and although it is 2:30 on Monday morning and I need to be in a meeting at 8:30 Monday - I'll probably finish the next 43 minutes no matter how bad tomorrow might feel (AND I've got a 12 hour day ahead of me tomorrow). This is my second audible from this author and I really love them. She was recommended from one of my very favorite authors (Diana Gabaldon) and I'm definetly a fan!
Less than one chapter into this book, I was laughing so hard at the dialogue that my husband asked me if I was OK. SEP's characters are always great but Dean and Blue really take it to the next level. The supporting cast in this one is also amazing. This is really a tale about a family as a opposed to your run of the mill romance novel. Kudos to SEP for bringing more to the genre.
I REALLY enjoyed this book. I had a very long drive (from Southern CA to Portland Or and back to Socal) and listening to this hysterical book made the time and the miles go so much faster. The lady reading the book was great and I found myself laughing out loud! I would highly recommend this story!
Here Phillips offers a pretty good story, however, more background on the main female character would have helped me understand her better. I would have loved it if her mother somehow entered the story. But she didn't, giving most of the development to the male lead. There the story is at it's most interesting. The story forces the levity a bit, but it's still a good listen by a reader who has done other Phillips books.