Day dreaming book lover!
Didn't like this one very much. I love SEP but this one was written before enlightenment of treatment of children/women. Sorry about that.
A little slow at first but it got better and better loved it !!!!
Depth of the characters
She's INCREDIBLE! Seriously, I'm going to start listening to books she reads rather than authors I like. Such great tone and variety and she doesn't read too slow. I get annoyed by slow readers. She's fantastic.
Great story, great narration - a fantastic "listen"
SEP's, Lady Be Good or Lisa Kleypas's Blue-Eyed Devil because of the strong male leads.
Anna Fields was the perfect person for this story and all of Susan Elizabeth Phillips's books. She is sorely missed.
Any book with a line like, "damn he like the way she drove a car" is a book for me.
12 step program please. I am addicted to Audible! I love trashy sexy books, award winning novels and everything between. Bring it!
Yes, I've listened to several SEP books and I always enjoy them. This book is no exception. I liked it enough, I just didn't love it. In other words, I wasn't using every free second I had to finish it. I think I slept through a bit of it and didn't bother to rewind because I knew I had not missed any crucial developments. It was an OK listen.
The characters are all selfish and one dimensional. They have some minor redeeming qualities but overall I didn't care for either main character.
I listened to Simply Irresistible some time ago which i believe is the last SEP book to this series and I loved that book. It followed grown up Ted's life. I wanted to read Fancy Pants because of that book. So I did, and now I've satisfied a minor curiosity.
Don't think anyone would really enjoy this book.
Make the main character more likeable.
Not really. Accents were bad and hard to listen to.
This was a complete waste of a credit. If I had to hear the name "Dally" one more time I might have trashed my ipod. Don't waste your time.
If you are obsessed w/ the history of the characters.
It is difficult to believe that the author of
Anna Field's narration is the perfect example of how an awesome narrator can only marginally help an awful book. Ocassionally a great narrator can really save a so-so book. But even Ms. Field couldn't pull this loser out of the mire.
Characters weren't the problem. It was the depressing aspect of the story that did it - no one is that dumb. Maybe SEP was having real life problems and delt them by venting in the book. Good therapy just not a good read.
I drive two hours every day to work so I listen to a lot of books. Every other SEP book I've read thus far has been an upbeat, entertaining experience -