No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
The book begins with wife sending out scathing email about cheating husband to EVERYONE about his cheating. However the author wasn't able to keep the momentum going and it was a 'nice' and predictable read after.
The email & Monroe!-most interesting.
She did a fair to good job.
Safe, fun predictable book....not worth full price or a credit-but bought on sale and I'm content.
While the narration is beyond TERRIBLE, especially with some of the male voices, I still loved the story. I wish that there was a way that I could get to meet the main character. She's a hoot!
Yes. I loved the witty, fast-paced dialogue. I'm sure there were things I missed when I was laughing.
I recently listen to book 1 in Molly Harper's Jane Jameson series. Lacey's sense of humor reminded me a lot of Jane Jameson. Both smart and witty women.
I loved the scene when Monroe's family drops in unexpectedly. Lots of laughs.
I would love to spend an evening with Monroe. I really like his directness and his sense of humor. I'm sure we could have a good conversation.
Loved the narrator, Amanda Ronconi. Great voices for the different characters. Felt that she was the lead character, Lacey. I know she does other Molly Harper books. After I listen to those, I will have to see if Ms. Ronconi narrates other books.
There are too many to pick from and wouldn't want to spoil the surprises.
The main character Lacey.
Lacey she is such fun and wants to speak her own mind and then lets the guilts take over.
Did not read the book but i was right there in the thick of things in the audio.
I thought the voice of the narrator was perfect for this book. Amanda has kind of a throaty, rasp in her voice that was really just spot on for the story.
Not at first. Actually, this book really made me angry at the author in the beginning and the only reason I kept listening, was because I was in the middle of painting my hallway and didn't want to stop and fiddle with my iPad. The main character was so stereotypically weak and broken, I wanted to smack her. True, I've never been through a marriage, let alone a divorce, so it's hard for me to relate, but it was sickening. I think the author does this to really set you up for the growth in the rest of the book.
I really like this duo-Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi....I'd like to listen to more by them, but the last time I looked, everything else she Molly has on here has to do with Warewolves and I'm kinda over that right now....maybe later.
I laughed out loud, couldn't put it down. Promoted female comraderie
Mason of course
The last one
I am a lifelong reader and I enjoy many types of books. My favorites are romance, historical fiction, and a little sci-fi thrown in.
Funny, real, and fun.
Lacey...she is such a real person.
Again, Lacey. She gave her a fantastic voice.
A five star rating is a rare occurrence from me, as is a one star rating. I primarily listen to sci-fi though I will branch out occasionally. Political satire/comedy and I did manage to laugh my way through that whole E.L. James series... you know the one...
I started with Molly Harper's Naked Werewolf books, and I think I have her to blame for my decent into the Paranormal Romance novels that as a guy I should probably be embarrassed to admit to enjoying. However, she has a certain style and wit that appeals to me. This is my first foray outside her Paranormal series and I have to admit to liking it as well. Despite the lack of fangs, spells, or strange diets I really seem to enjoy Molly's work. I recommend this and any other book by the author. The narrator is just about perfect for the roll. Don't be concerned about the 4 star rating, I round down and its really more like a 4.75 star, and I get tougher on the author the more I enjoy the book,
I loved the story...over coming a bad situation but with humor and sarcasm.
There were lots of scenes in this book that were great but the one that was the funniest to me was chasing down her neighbor forgetting she didn't have any clothes on.
What a great narrator. You could hear the emotion in the book from her voice. I would listen to other books simply because they were narrated by Amanda Ronconi.