I listen to audible with a pile of cats all over me. It's "FUR-tastic!"
I love Lisa's writing.It translates really well on to audio but Jeff Cumming's performace just didn't do it for me. But other than that. The story, the characters are A++
The characters and Lisa's beautiful fluent writing
don't have one
Not all writer's writing translate well onto audio but Lisa Kleyas does.
I love this author but I could NOT stand the narrator. I want my money back for putting me through this.
Time spent commuting passes by much easier listening to books. I prefer romance books but I do enjoy other books as well.
Listening to a book rather than the depressing news while I commute is always time well spent.
Probably not. While Lisa Kleypas is one my favorite authors, this is not one of her better works. The book took a really weird twist at the end that left me saying,"Are you kidding me? You couldn't have found a more real life, interesting and heart warming way to end the story?". Needless to say, I wasn't fond of the ending.
He was ok. I can't think of just three words.
No. There aren't any other characters that seemed worthy of another book.
I've read the series and was waiting for this book I loved the main characters appearances in her previous books but this book did not make sense for me. It had its good moments and I wouldn't miss it cause it was part of the series. I guess I just expect phenomenal from Lisa Klypas every time this was not her very best.
The change of events - has me looking forward to the next one.
Alex has demons and a past and does what it takes to make a change and for a chance for real love. Alex does things for others but doesnt want to make a big deal out of the things he does - once he takes ownership of his mistakes and his life, he makes life changing decisions. Makes you believe anything is possible.
Performance was good - except I wish Zoe's voice didn't sound so male/airhead.
Although this was a welcome addition to the series with an enjoyable, if somewhat predictable story the narration did not do it justice. If you've read the previous two, it's worth the time; if not, don't start with this one.