Amanda Ronconi captured the characters and made the story flow from the first word. The story itself is a typical lighthearted romance but also has a subplot of a woman who learns to stand up for herself. Molly Harper weaves a wonderful tale told in a kind and humorous voice that left me feeling as if I knew the characters and would probably meet them in town.
No, I wanted to savor it.
Watching Lacey become assertive was an unusual twist that added warmth and depth to the story. It is one of those rare 'light' books that I will probably read/listen to again.
I love this book..couldn't put it down. Even my boyfriend loved it and he is not a fan of audiobooks. He was hooked even when am not listening to it..he was. My fave!!! I love how she treated her husband after he cheated. Best medicine!
Yes, it wickedly fun. I can picture some friends doing this.
Lacey, she stands up for herself and takes charge. And she does it in a brilliant way
She just brings out Molly's voice no matter which novel she's reading
Good Books Don't Promote Violence
As a 50 something woman, I find most "romantic comedies" to be boring and immature. However, I found "And One Last Thing" to be very funny and entertaining. The main character is in her early 30s, so I was pleasantly surprised to find myself identifying with her situation and sometimes laughing aloud. The southern characters were humorous without being cartoonish and the "love scenes" didn't sound like soft porn (which I find too common and extremely weird). The plot wasn't the typical "woman is miserable until man comes into her life and fixes everything". The author has written great one-liners, a interesting small-town setting and a group of supporting characters that make this book an very enjoyable listen and/or read.
I only listened to the audio edition, so I'm not sure I can answer that.
In the same vein with the other Molly Harper books, but I consider this one to be my favorites.
Her voice works well for the types of characters portrayed in this book and she acts out the scenes very well.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!
This book is laugh out loud funny.
As always the combination of Author Molly Harper and narrator Amanda Ronconi is delightful!!
I loved this book from beginning to end! Lacey has such a snarky wit that is is easy to adore her! She really has some growth through the book and I was more than happy with the end result!!
To me the newsletter was a real "you go girl" moment. I probably would have done the same thing!
There are many fabulous supporting characters here and in typical Harper fashion a quirky but relateable vibe prevails.
I would love to see more for this, perhaps stories for her friends Sam and Maya. I would definitely be interested in those!
Fans of Ms Harper's Paranormal series may be slightly jarred by this book. No Vamps, Weres or supernatural of any sort, however it stays true to her delightfully snarky voice!! I really enjoyed it and found the story extremely entertaining. Sure the romance takes a back burner from most of the book, but I really felt it was Lacey's story on the Lacey and Monroe romance. It was about her finding herself again and discovering that she could in fact find a way to love and forgive.
Really great storytelling and wonderful reading!
I loved this story. Broken hearted by her cheating boyfriend, our heroine tries to start fresh, with the business of slamming old boyfriends with nasty mass e-mails. She feels good and helpful, but her new love interest thinks the vengeance business will ruin her soul. They can't agree and their relationship seems doomed. Great Fun!! Loved this one.
As an artist busy with my hands and eyes I had to give up reading. Then audio books came into my life and I am back to over 200 books a yr.
I can always count on this team for a really good read. Tension, love, HEA, and enjoyed shedding a few tears in the final chapter of course. Have to love a romance book that gives us a good cry.
Starts very strong but loses a little bit of it's bite and falls into predictability along way. Some of the characters remain two dimensional but it is witty and well written. Well worth the time and credit. The narration is flawless.
I love love love any book written by Molly Harper and narrated by Amanda Ronconi, but this is my favorite! It is HILARIOUS! and he deserved every bit of it! BUT she deserved to mature and get over it as well! If you have ever listened to this duo, you will most likely listed to this because it's them, but if you have not DO IT! You will be hooked.