There is nothing better than a good book!
I could go on and on about Molly Harper's wittiness and talent.... She is one of my favorite top 5 authors ever... But when she teamed up with Amanda Ronconi, oh my! What a pair! Ronconi's spot-on vocals and her ability to bring Harper's characters to life always leaves me smiling and begging for more!
So I really like the Jane Jameson series. They're witty, snarky, and generally hilarious. This book with Jane's best friend getting married was really funny. From the over the top wedding stuff to the lengths Mama Ginger went to were really quite funny. I liked the progression of Jane and Gabriel's relationship and Dick Cheney and Andrea's dance around each other. The narrator is a perfect match for the material.
Paranormal-urban fantasy book lover!
I have read so many great series this month, I would have to say top 5 if not top 3.
Jane, Zeb, Jolene, Dick, oh heck, all of them.
It would not be the great audiobook it is without Ronconi!
The entire book was hilariously entertaining.
You cannot go wrong with this series.
The character development, the narrator was wonderful with the voices and delivery of comments that really made me LOL.
Jane, and how she inter acts with all her new life problems, family and situations people get her into
Again Jane, but Amanda Ronconi was able to let you feel that as she spoke you know that a different character was speaking.
The Wedding rehearsal, and what happens right after.
If you've listened to Christopher Moore's "Blood Sucking Fiends", "You Suck" and "Bite Me" and enjoyed that series then you'll really love this. I find myself laughing out loud so many times. I just started the third book in the series. If you enjoy FUNNY Vampire stories this is a MUST have series. I know I'll listen to it more than once.
I haven't read any of Molly Harper's books, only listened. But I can imagine they are just as good.
Molly Harper's werewolf books are just as fun and well read by Amanda Ronconi.
Amanda has many voices and I think she does a great job with both female and male characters. I loved her voice for the Jolene, Zeb's wife and for Dick, one of the main vampire characters in this series.
All of her books make me laugh out loud! I have recommended them to many.
After I listened to the first book, I immediately has to purchase the next 2 and today the 4th book in the series. They are cute (not sure that's the right word) stories with good characters. Much like the Sookie Stackhouse series - if you like Sookies you will like Jane. Jane doesn't get into as much trouble and isn't involved in as many life and death situations, but with each book her character is growing, maturing and getting into more "situations". I just loved the book. The narrator is excellent and the storyline is not complicated. A book I could listen to over and over again. Highly recommend if you like Sookie or True Blood or are looking for something with a little supernatural edge.
I listen on the way to and from work and found this to be entertaining. The narrator was good and the plot wasn't so thick that I felt bad about leaving it in my car until the next work day.
I just completed all three of the Nice Girls books. I stumbled across this author and decided to give her and this series a try. I was surprised how much I thoroughly enjoyed it. The writing was amusing and the narrator was a pleasure. If you are looking for a book to read for total enjoyment, these are the books for you! Loved them all.
I love this book series!!! Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men was just as good as the first (Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs). I cannot wait to start the third book (Nice Girls Don’t Live Forever). The narrator is great on these books and the writing is snarky and fun but with great characters and story lines to keep you drawn into the story. In this book Jane must deal with a secretive boyfriend, a crazy werewolf wedding (and the bridesmaid dress from hell), and of course her ever unsupportive and crazy family. I highly recommend these books if you like paranormal and laugh out load funny. Molly Harper has become one of my favorite new writers.