I liked that it followed similar themes from Nice girls dont have fangs series.
the car disasters
laugh a lot
I love Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi. I have bought ever single one of her books and Ronconi always makes her stories entertaining. The lead character is sassy and with all the stuff that keeps happening to her, well, it makes your problems just seem so much smaller. The other thing I love about Harper is that her leads have flaws. They aren't perfect, they develop throughout the story, and they learn from their mistakes. They are also independent strong women that know when to just give into guilty pleasures. Fantastic books and great performance.
All of it, was funny and kept my attention.
She was always in trouble.
Great book, and really great author.
Being a die hard Romance reader - now and then I enjoy taking a break from serious, arduous romance novels to take pleasure in something lighter. Molly Harper never disappoints. Driving Mr Dead will steep your interest and amuse, to say the least.
I enjoyed this story so much that I have since gifted it to many friends, as well as 'The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires'.
Do yourself a favour and take a delightful trip with Miranda's quick-witted dry humour and Colin's contemptuous dry personality. And journey down this mismatched, entertaining road of charming courtship.
P.S. Amanda Ronconi's narration is faultless in bringing the story and protagonist's to life.
P.P.S. Listening warning - not recommended on morning commutes to work, many LOL moments are sure to beget your embarrassment in public areas.
P.P.S. You will appreciate Post Scripts by chapter four.
Did enjoy the story. Bit different and makes me want to read/listen more From Molly Harper.
Jolly good fun!
It was witty and funny.
When she said something about a ninety-year-old woman trapped in a vampire's body,
The narrator was excellent and the story was fantastic. Highly enjoyable!
The story was little and funny. It kept me laughing and wanted to listen to more.
The different situations the main character experienced.
The vehicle mutilation. That was really funny.
Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi have hit it again with Driving Mr. Dead. I loved the story, the characters and the situations the mismatched pair of characters got into. The writing is compelling and witty as usual and the delivery sublime.