Haven't read the print version, though I imagin the audio version would be better.
I have read everything Molly Harper has written. They are all really happy, uplifting, and free spirited.
She has an excellent voice, beautiful cadence.
Believe it or not the so called "snark" other reviewers, doesn't compare to Tavia Gilberts readings. I liked GG's character best.
Iris' knowledge of Botany. It put an interesting twist on the poison.
She is not one of my favorite narrators.
I did laugh in a few parts of the ending. The love scenes left me thinking, did they just do it? I'd hear her thinking about her past lovemaking session and think "how did I miss that?" So I had to rewind and find the kiss or whatever.
If you like her you will LOVE Tavia Gilbert reading the Bones and Cat novels.
Getting back together with the characters from the Hollow was the best thing. I really love that the characters we know and love are included in the story as well.
I would have to say that my favorite character was Iris....all those candy stashes stole my heart. Gosh she is funny just like Jane.
I love her narration, in all of the previous books and she did not disappoint .
I really wish I had the time to listen to it in one sitting. I would listen to it on the commute to work and really wish that I didn't have to work so that I could listen to the rest of the book. Every opportunity I had, I listened.
Narrator did such a great job!
Female lead. She was spunky.
Yes, I enjoyed all of her works by this author.
Not the best Harper novel IMO but I only think it's because I was not a big fan of the heroine in this one. I just couldn't relate to her and I don't believe that has anything to do with the story or the narration, just what tends to push my buttons in characters and what doesn't. Otherwise, there was humor throughout but again, I didn't feel it as full of humor as her other novels. However, overall a good side book for characters introduced in her Nice Girls series.
This was the last of Molly Harpers Vampire related books I have read. Like the ones before it left me wanting more. Sadly the supply of fresh tales by Harper is limited.
Here some tips:
* Do NOT consume beverages while listening. You and your environment will end up wearing them.
* Do NOT drive or operate machinery while listening. Tears of laughter do no enhance vision.
Happiness is a good book!
Every book she writes is laugh out loud hilarious. I've listened to everything audible has of hers and I've loved them all!! The story, characters & especially the narrator are always perfect!
In the top 25 list
I really can't compare it to anything else I read, Molly Harper books are fun to read. I usually read books that have a heavier story. I read Molly's books when I want to feel good and laugh.
Not sure, I liked the antics on the road most of all.
No not really, but that is only because I like to stretch out books that are lighthearted and entertaining,
It takes a special person to write this type of entertaining book and Molly Harper is that kind of writer.
Married, not quite 40 mom from the mid-west. I sit behind a computer all day translating large amounts of data into business solutions.
Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi are a great fit! More please!!! Ronconi's voice is perfect for the snarky chic books Molly Haper has mastered.
I'm a relationship coach (QueenBeesCoaching), survived raising my children and have a loving relationship. Life is good!
What a great read these stories by Molly Harper are! My boyfriend has heard me laugh out loud when listening (on my iPad during a bath) and now he wants to listen to them too. Rarely do I get such pleasure from one author's writings, but Molly's sense of humor gets my funny bone every single time.
This particular story was a bit unusual in that the vampire was injured and not doing so great. Other vampire books have them be all super-powers and stuff. It was pretty funny when she fell over his body and smacked her face on the floor - I mean, not that she did it, but that Molly would write a scene that would happen to ME. I would totally fall flat on my face, no doubt about it! I would then probably scream like crazy too.
Pet peeve - it did bug me that there were two clear foot prints in the pollen on the front porch in front of the window... but did anyone raise a fuss or mention it? If that had been MY house, I'd have had spy cams set up and facing the windows, that's for sure!
I highly recommend Molly Harper's books if you love a good laugh. They can get pretty steamy, so I wouldn't recommend them around kids. For me, the steamier parts aren't really necessary and I have been known to fast forward through them as they're not a great help on staying focused on washing dishes (using my iPad and a speaker so I stay entertained while cleaning).