yes it was a good read very enjoyable
When Mason and Anna Jane got caught in the fun car on the farm.
When Anna Jane went off on Sally
Pokie I loved the fact that she had all that money and did not care about anything.
Love the whole story line and how we may drift apart from good friends but it is so nice to know that you can always start back up where you left off!
I have been reading a few of Mary Kay's books and really like her writing.
i love the different way each character is preformed, you get the character just by her voice
it has a good few laughs and maybe a few tears
I was looking for some good chick lit and I found it. If you liked any other of Mary Kay Andrews books then you will like this one. It is true that the story is a little predictable, however it is still funny, charming and worth listening too.
Say something about yourself!
I have become hooked on Mary Kay Andrews' books for the dialogue, vivid characters, and required plot twist, and this book did not disappoint.
I was initially very disappointed with the narrator, however; I much prefer Isabel Keating, who has narrated so many of Andrews' other books. The Southern accents were sloppy in places, and there were curious crossovers with New England pronunciations slipping into supposedly Southern dialogue. The voice she used for Pokey was too ditzy, and there wasn't enough differentiation among characters. Part of the issue is, I believe, that Kathleen McInerney has a naturally high voice, which gives her less range to play with for the characters. After awhile, it didn't matter so much as I got sucked into the story rather than focusing on the shortcomings of the narrator. She also seemed to improve some as she went along, though the occasional New England-pronunciation slips still knocked me out of the story every once in awhile.
That said, it's still a good listen and a good book, though perhaps shorter than I would like! At least the producers are getting smarter that we want the unabridged books. I wish they would re-record the older, abridged books and get unabridged versions available.
Yes, I liked the character and this author.
When Sophie threw up in church.
I don't have a particular one they all good,
Anna Jane, because she was so strong.
MKA added a great variety in the character & story development while keeping the reader guessing & thinking you know what's next, but learning it's good to be wrong.
A great summer read. Light weight with obvious events but I wanted the heroine to come out on top and I liked her.
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.