The humor in this story was perfect. I have listened to several in the series but this one is the funniest one. I loved Mike and her sense of humor and willingness to do what needed to be done at any given point. She also has some great comebacks. I loved when she talks to herself and then fusses at her self for not listening to herself. :) I liked Big Daddy too. He had a heart of gold and some strange ways of trying to get his daughter settled. As for Theo - "Well, there was this boy." It explains it all - sort of! I didn't see the mystery ending of this story. I did see what Theo would do at the end, but it was perfect for them. I enjoyed seeing into each characters' thoughts - the good and the evil.
Her accents for both Boston and New Orleans. She did a great job of making not only the characters come to life, but she handled the humor perfectly. There are a lot of good narrators that can't bring out the best in the area of humor. Christina did an awesome job. She didn't lag or rush the story, she made sure you felt exactly what the characters were feeling. I would listen to another book by her even if by another author. She did that great of a job.
I laughed out loud many times during this book. I enjoyed it so much I have listened to it a second time just for the humor. Great story.
I can't wait to read Noah's story. Should be great. I am getting the rest of the series. The only thing is that there are several more books in the series but they aren't listed as a series on Audible. They need to be connected and in order.
I enjoyed the story. But the reader was overly enthusiastic with her dialect. I had trouble understanding the words when locals from the area spoke, especially the father. The words were extremely louder than everyone else, plus they were slurred together as to make it gibberish.
The book would have been more enjoyable with a different reader.
I loved the characters and plot
When Michelle tells Theo what she is going to do to him and her daddy is standing behind her.
The narrator's regional accents (Louisiana Bayou/Boston) are really, really bad and take away from a fun story full of quirky characters. The heroine whines a little too much because she's relationship-insecure, but I reread this story at least once a year and since I possibly like one book out of every hundred, I'd call it a keeper.
The narrator ruins this. She starts in on the southern accents slurring the words and sentencing and speaking them so fast that I often had to rewind and replay to figure out what she was saying. That was awful. Very distracting.
This was one of my favorites in the FBI series. I appreciate Audible getting this book.
I can't wait for the next book in this series. Sexy with a great crime story.
I didn't like the accent the narrator used. I had read this book a long time ago and was looking forward to listening to it, but the accents turned me off.
Bad accents. Sounded very forced and the rhythm was off.