It was a funny book, but not really a believable plot line.
When she's in the store and throwing everything in her cart that could possibly make her look bad and then his response when he's teasing her about it.
Yeah, it had funny parts and moments...
I never listen or read a book twice, what would be the point in that?
This was the second book by Susan E. Phillips I have purchased, and will try another one when I'm in the mood for giggles.
Anna Fields does a great job with the different accents. I forget there is only her performing.
There wasn't just one moment that stands out, but the humor with the "Hero" was great.
Day dreaming book lover!
Anna Fields makes the story. Her character voices are wonderful and she nails the personality of each character to totally enchant the listener. I liked the story too, don't get me wrong because it was entertaining and of course, romantic. But Anna Fields has to be given her due, without her, the story might not have been as entertaining.
I own both the audio and print and I really enjoyed the audio. There are some parts that Anna Fields just brings to life in a way that I can't imagine myself doing as I read along.
Any SEP book is going to be about the same: light, romantic, and full of fun. This may be my favorite by her, but Ain't She Sweet would be a close second.
Anna Fields' Lady Emma was spot on. She had a bearable accent, but played all of the reserve and eventual emotion perfectly.
Wonderful book, in typical SEP fashion! Thanks for the excellent read!
Good read! Started slow but once it got going, I loved it. Susan Elizabeth Phillips is becoming one of my favorite authors! This one was not as good as Glitter Baby but was right up there. You would not be wasting a credit on either of these books. They are the kind that you can't wait to get back to and are sorry when they are finished.
Yes, this book made me laugh and enjoy even the family fights.
I enjoyed this book as much as Bet Me by Jennifer Cruisie.
I love her stile. She took ownership over the characters to help us see each scene.
Yes, the description of each character was so good that I felt like if I knew them.
I will look for Susan Elizabeth Phillips's books and also for the books read by Anna Fields.
Funny, Romantic, and Lovable.
Field's performance was terrific. The voices were great.
Yes, I couldn't stop.
Spunky, funny and Delightful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kenny he was such a laid back wise guy!
Anna Field's is like no other!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The humor found in the characters and the narrator's way of communicating that humor was so endearing. She made the characters seem so real. The minor characters were also enjoyable and brought extra humor and romance! I laughed out loud so many times.
Ms. Field's did an amazing job with her many accents, speaking with an English accent and then geniune Texas drawls. There is definitely a difference in a southern accent and a Texas drawl and Ms. Field's nailed it! Every character came to life; you could almost visualize each one.
Definitely worth a credit. There is not an overly use of descriptive sexual encounters which gets really old after awhile (I don't mind the innuendos).
I love Susan Elizabeth Phillips. She's one of my favorite and I especially love the witty and fun characters she produces! I only wish I had read this book instead of listening to it. The low, southern accented voice of the hero just made me wince so much I had a hard time even liking him. And being read by a female voice, I think I'd rather she 'played it straight' and just read in a normal voice. My imagination could have taken over. Our heroine's British accent was nice enough, but it seemed that all I could do when listening was try to block out the voice and try to 'hear' the story. Does that make sense? Anyway - next time I'll look for the STAR reviews for the audible version, which can be quite different from the paper version. And unless the reader is REALLY good at voices (like the wonderful ones in THE HELP), I would suggest they just read, not try to act.