What a wonderful writer!!! I've listened to all 3 of these books and loved them. They're funny, exciting, and just enough romance (sex) to be sparky not smutty. I wish I could find more books like Molly Harper's, I love adult fiction but I'm getting tired of page after page of sex and all so full of drama. I needed A good laugh and the quick wit of these books gave me more laughter than I've gotten from books in a long time. The reader was fantastic, I can't recommend them enough. Thank you Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi
I loved Molly Harpers books. I've listened to all three Nice Girls and they are fantastic. The Narrator is also awesome. She does the voices for each character and brings them to life. I couldn't put them down. All the books are hilarious and Amanda brings you right into the story. This is a must get. Great job Molly and Amanda. Can't wait to listen to the next series.
This writer reminds me a lot of Katie MacAllister. Smart, sassy and humerous while maintaining a great story line. I read A LOT, and books that make me laugh out loud will always get 5 stars from me.
I love Molly Harper. She is so funny. I laughed all through this book. I already want to hear the next ones. It is not that it is just a funny book it is that you don't realize that you just sat for 8 hrs. it is completely worth the money/credit.
The Janeite geek
This genre has become overcrowded lately so I was pleasantly surprised by the author???s originality. She expressed great humor with her style and wit, not focusing on the mythology but on character development and human interactions instead. Ronconi???s male voices were not very convincing but still okay. Harper???s, or rather, Jane???s ???Jane Austen issues??? was the final touch to win my heart over. Fun! I immediately ordered the next two books right after finishing this.
I'm surprised so many other reviewers noted how much like the Stookie Stackhouse series this book is, but not many mention the Undead and Unwed series. For me, this was a cross between the two, more heavily borrowing from Undead and Unwed in style despite being set in the South and having many borrowed elements from the Sookie series. I would recommend sticking with either or both of the other series, both of which I really liked. This really was not as good as either other series and did "borrow" (steal) heavily from both, particularly the Undead and Unwed series.
O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught. Ralph Waldo Emerson. I Love to read, a great time for me is curling up with a great book!!!
I love Molly Harper her southern books are to die for. If you want a funny romance, with vampires then this is it
I LOVE audiobooks. Audible is the only way I read my favorite books.
...not a bad read. At first, I was put off by how much of a Sookie knockoff it was, but I was really in need of something new since the next Sookie book won't be out 'til 2011, so I picked it back up again. Ronconi does as good of a job as the narrator, as Johanna Parker does for the Sookie books.
Sookie is better, but Jane comes in as good filler when you've read, reread, and read again all of the Sookie stories. I liked it enough to pick up my paperback copy when I couldn't listen.
If you love the Sookie Stackhouse series (at least the beginning) but wished that Sookie had been the vampire. Well this book grants your wish. With razor sharp wit and humor Molly Harper introduces us to Jane Jameson who has all the southern charm of Sooke Stackhouse.
I really enjoyed this book, I found myself posting some of the funniest comments and quotes on my facebook to make my friends laugh. I think I have at least two more people now reading the series after that.
If you are looking for a fun, humorous, vampire adventure with a splash of romance novel (just a sprinkling for flavor), this is your book.