this is my first book regarding Sleepy Hollow. I really look forward to the rest of them. I understand they use the same people in the town when you come into each book..
I would recommend the Molly Harper Story and maybe the last story.
The narrator for Molly Harper's story was great. The other two narrators were a little flat.
I don't think they need a follow up book for any of them. The stories are self-contained.
I really enjoyed the Molly Harper book. The other two stories were okay but I may not read other stories by the other authors.
I am a 40ish woman with more interests than time but some of my favorite things are books, audio books and e-books. I have over 325 audio titles and have already listened to about 2/3rds of them. I drive over 25000 miles a year and my listening keeps me sane on the road.
I loved the Molly Harper, liked the Jessica Sims and was a bit meh about the Katie MacAlister story but I think that was due to two factors. One I wasn't crazy about the narrator and thought she lessened the story and two, I didn't know what a Beloved was and what the Dark One mythos was so it left me cold. But Molly Harper always makes me laugh and I needed it badly today.
Needs more light
Easy and relaxing. read. It takes you out of the every day rapid place reality into romance with other worldly creatures.
I love Molly Harper and bought this quickly, thinking it was one I had missed in the Hollows series. The only Harper in thee was one I already owned and had read. Lesson learned.
Skip the audiobook and visit the library. All three of the stars above are for Molly Harper. The first narrator, and story, was terrible. I missed Amanda Ronconi, but the narrator's for the second and third stories were fine. The third story was okay, but not enough that I'm likely to pick up any off Katie MacAlister's other books. Molly has a gift for turning her characters into real life, whether they breathe or not. Go pick up any of her other books; you won't be disappointed.
So I have to say the Molly Harper book was the best out of the three. I got this book thinking I would like to sample some new writers , I don't want be unkind to the first author Jessica Sims *but I have to say I didn't enjoy her book, I got bored with it, half way through and please get some else to do the narrative it was not good in my opinion.
The Molly Harper * book was funny, kept my interests and the Characters have personally,
even though she didn't you her usual narrator, She still did a good job.
The Sophie Eastlake book was cute, had some good humor , her sex scenes where good, I would read another one of her books. and
her narrator did a good job to, she kept me listening.
Addicted to audiobooks. Can't go a day without it. Makes housekeeping,cooking and hobbyist more interesting.
As a series of short stories I loved 2 and 3 were great but #1 was not. I think it was the narrator. The story and voice didn't mesh. Not that either on was bad but, not together. #2 was so funny I laughed out loud. Love the story of revenge college style as adults. #3. Was sweet
I recommend this book for a good laugh
The three stories were not well conceived and made me mad at the attempt. I was so excited to find an audio anthology but the stories were vapid and weak.
The first two short stories are well written and performed. The last one, "Out with a Fang".... felt like a chore to get through. Seemed like a story written by a randy teenager. The narrator, her constant "chipperness" started to grate on my nerves.