Solidly good audio quality, good reader, characters I learned to care about despite their existing in a romance novel.
I read the second book in the series, so it compares well to that one. Not as much silly fun as Molly Harper books, but characters that seem like real life people you might meet.
Vince. Not always easy for a readers to do cross gender reading and I think she did a great balance of giving him audio distinctness, without making it cartoon like.
Friends with benefits has more benefits than Vince or Sadie expected.
Some stereo types, but too bad. Loved that Sadie was really together, not a neurotic mess like so many ladies in romance novels. She's a tough lady I think I'd like as a friend, not always true in romance.
I mostly read romance because of the sense of humor in so many of them. This one was a bit more serious than my usual, so while I actually cried at a couple of parts I'm really glad I listened to it.
It was a good book. Typical love story and ended well. If you go into it knowing it's a book you can start and stop and not lose your place while your multi-tasking books, then you won't be dissapointed. I liked it, just wouldn't call it a favorite.
The Characters were pathetic and annoying. Such a disapointment.
Yes, I would listen to Rachel Gibson again because this is her first book I haven't liked. I am shocked by how horrible this book is.
no redeeming qualities. The characters started off obnoxious and ended the same way.
save your money and wait for Rachel's next book. I'm sure it will be better than this one.
Rachel Gibson is one of my favorite authors. I only wish she could write a book a month. This is the first time I've listened to Kathleen Early and she captured the characters perfectly. This is a sweet read and makes you cheer for Sadie and Vince all the way.
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I was pleasantly surprised with this book. I loved the humorous quips that came out of the main character's conversations and observations in her head. She gave me more than a few chuckles as she summed people up (after returning to her home town).
I have read several of Rachel Gibson's books and enjoyed them but I thought this one was really slow and found myself anxious for it to just end.