Meg, the main character is delightfully offbeat. Dialogue is witty, setting is unique, themes are contemporary, and erotic scenes are well-written. Shannon Cochran really brings the story to life with her characterizations of the nasty Texas women that Meg has to cope with after her BFF leaves the town's mayor at the altar. Length is just right for the plot. No dead spots...listeners won't need to fast forward.
I enjoyed Shannon Cochran's various Texas accents. Susan Phillips' cast of characters were entertaining. If you liked the TV show Dallas, you'll like this. Won't change your life, but won't bring you down while you're laying by the pool.
I always like S.E.P but this one wasn't quite as fun as some of her others, this one was a bit too sinister at times. Mostly well written and funny and fun but occasionally not so much. would still recommned it and most likely listen to it again or get the book and read it myself this time.
This is a return to Phillips past books, with an entertaining story and great narration! Definitely worth a credit!
I don't know.. maybe because I waited forever for this book to come out and that made my expectations too high?? Personally feel it is not as good as some of her others and I love SEP's books. I'll have to listen to it again, I guess. But hope Lucy's story is better.
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Didn't like the narrator as good as Susan's previous. I find that while somewhat comical, her books tend to be very predictable. I did find myself hoping the end was not far away.
I have all the SEP books and this one had no depth. She really doesn't develop the characters well. It's as if she assumes you've read all her other books and remember all the players. Not at all worth the wait.
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Typically wonderful! I love these books for pure enjoyment. I wish it didn't take her so long to write each book. I would like a new one each month!