Mary Kay Andrews has really created a great book in Spring Fever. The characters in this book come to life in the audio version. Kathleen McInerney's reading of the book allows your mind to drift right into Pacoe! North Carolina. I hated for this book to end. Without a doubt the character of Pokie added the greatest humor in the book. I would love for Mary Kay Andrews to do a follow-up book like Savannah Breeze did to Savannah Blues. I cannot wait until 2013 for her next book.
The narrator was excellent, worthy of a better book.
I would like to keep an open mind, but I don't think I would pay to listen to another.
No, this was my first.
Most of them. This book was the written depiction of every scene from a movie shown by the Hallmark Channel put between covers. The characters were stereotypes, without dimension or real energy
I can not begin to understand why this book was in the humor section. I have never waited so long for a laugh that never came.
I simply can't sit still long enough to read print.
Hissy Fit and Deep Dish by Mary Kay Andrews or Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie. I suppose I would describe this book as light hearted romantic chick lit.
No I haven't but she did very well, I could tell each character with ease.
Not without spoiling the conflict.
This was very enjoyable and I didn't want to put it down. Some books take awhile to draw me into the story, Spring Fever picks up as soon as I hit play.
Classic Mary Kay Andrews! I really enjoyed the story and characters!! I had several laugh out loud moments!!
I would absolutly recommend this book. It was a fun listen and the story was not as predictable as I expected. The narator did an outstanding job of portraying all the individual charachters.
Say something about yourself!
I started this book 3 times and thought "no, don't think so". But the timing became right, I adjusted my hearing to this narrator. She is very good. This book has quite a story. It seems a little long in the telling. However, I really had a good time with it. The storyline is not so different from other books I have listened to but it has it's secrets that make it memorable. The title doesn't seem to fit. I think you can enjoy this book.
Love books, all kinds, all shapes, all formats! Audiobooks have made my daily commute so much less stressful! Major fan of Audible.
Would listen again & again (but don't have time to even listen to all of the new books I want to hear!)
Always Southern in charm & always desriptive enough to bring you right into each scene.
While on the surface, this is a good summer read, it also has some unexpected plot twists that take it from mindless ready to sit up and be suprised reading. If you like Mary Kay Andrews other books set in the South, you'll most likely enjoy this one. However, as a NC resident, I am wondering where this mystical town is where it takes 6 hours to get to Atlanta on a clear, sunny day driving straight through with only a quick bathroom break but only 3 hours to get back from Atlanta through a snow and ice storm. There are some other editorial blips like this in the book but if you can get past them, you'll enjoy the read.
A gadabout with no room for heavy books, so love the audio ones.
I agree with previous poster that the "quirky characters" are missing. It was a cookie cutter ChicLit. Was hoping for something more interesting to evolve in the storyline. The narrator didn't bother me as much as other posters, but nothing stood out about this book.
But not a book you will remember. Decent entertainment while doing important things like walking the dog.