I liked the relationship development, they were a great team. I did not especially care of the Narrators version of an aristocratic italian count accent and speech patterns, but it was not so bad that it keep me from enjoying the story.
Mu favorites are paranormal, supernatural, post-apocalyptic, and horror!
I suppose this book was pleasant and enjoyable in the moment, but i currently find myself shocked that i just read it earlier this month and already cannot remember much of it. So it was not very memorable! I suppose that this makes me less qualified to write an accurate review with any further details. It was short and easy to read and i may read it again in the future -especially since i cannot remember it already!
with a name like Brandi I suspected an airhead character. Not so, this is a fun story that grabs you in from the beginning and you want to see what will be around the next corner. The characters have more depth than first thought. Some people can tell a good story about anything, I suspect Christina Dodd is one of them. I always enjoy Amanda Ronconi's reading. She knows fun when she sees it.
A Man Called Oli
Narrator was terrible
All of them. This book had no story, no point. Oh my gosh, why was it written
PLEASE don't waste a credit on this book. There is nothing there, read A Debutante In the Junior League by Linda Lee Francis for a good laugh, a story line and you actually cheer on the characters. I mean all the characters. This book was really bad.......
Tries to be sexy and feminist. Fails at both. On the upside, the reader was great.
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
What a daily deal, I loved this listen. So funny and sexy with fantastic narration. The story is plausible, the characters are funny and fight for each other for love! At times I laughed so hard I cried....worth every penny of that $2.95 price tag!
I have never been much of a reader until I discovered Audible!!!!
Who doesn't love a story of love, betrayal and steamy elevator scenes? The narration was so dull. Every male character had a raspy old voice and it was hard to tell them apart. This book takes place in Chicago and NO CHICAGO ACCENTS! The mob characters sound like New Yorkers. If you can get past all that, the story keeps you involved and entertained.
Funny, fast moving, charming
I liked the main characters.
No. She did a fine job, except the Count's accent.
I have read several of Christina Dodds historical romances, so being a little familiar with her books decided to take a chance on this one. As with the Regency books, this one has the Italian Count instead of a Duke, Earl etc. It is a modern fun, light hearted take on the same type of book. Sometimes this type fits the bill after serious books. I enjoyed it.
creative and artistic
I love witty dialogue, especially sarcastic clever wit. It was clever.
Light hearted read.
I loved her voice for the mother and the main character. At first I wasn't crazy about the men--but as the story went along I didn't think about it so much.
This made me laugh. And I immediately looked for other books in this series. I've read other Dodd books and I enjoy her stories. But because of the light-humorus-fast paced nature of this book I really enjoyed this one.