Narrator was just fine. Story was not funny, very immature, the inner dialog was silly and really took away from the story.
Too long without anything really interesting happening. Making the missing "O" a person, creating characters for pseudo parts of her personality - such as Lower Caroline or LC, the spine, nerves, and head all meeting on the playground to fight it out - those sort of tidbits were just immature and irritating.
I'm not sure she added or took away anything to the story.
Remove all inner dialog pieces and edit out some of the "text message" exchanges that don't provide anything - like Ryan thinking about what to get in the convenient store, etc
I've never once written a negative review but serious this was one of the worst stories I've ever read/listened to. Truly a waste of 14 hrs!
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I prefer reading, but this is a close second.
No comparison - it's in a league of its own.
No - but she did a great job.
Clive: The Wonder Cat and the Adventures of His Human. Clive nearly steals the show...
This book has AMAZING banter, a super sexy manwhore and a smart, sophisticated, hilarious heroine - I cannot recommend it highly enough - it's one of my fav's!
This was one of the best audiobooks I've listened to! Kept me thoroughly entertained.
Fantastic inflection and emotion! Really brought the story to life.
Steamy, Funny, and sweet
Caroline was my fav her thought process was in many cases hilarious.
The narrator did a wonderful job on all the characters. Hard to choose a fav.
A fun and funny romance.
Loved this book, I have listened to it several times.
Say something about yourself!
Sure, why not. It's not the best book I've read (well, listened to) all year but it wasn't awful. It's a lighthearted story with more than just a few funny moments that made me crack up! I enjoyed it, all-in-all.
I wish there were more to the storyline than just a girl who lost her "O".. (Really?) and a guy who doesn't want a relationship because he travels too much.
My favorite was Simon. HOT HOT HOT!
No. I can't imagine what storyline Clayton can come up with to make a second book based on this first book.
I enjoyed this book and had quite a few laugh out loud moments but overall, the book was missing a backbone. It was cute, but lacked allure. There was no danger or dark past. No curve balls... It was pretty predictable and a little cheesy.
Bam, bam, bam...from the start this audiobook was laugh out loud funny. I also liked that Simon and Caroline didn't fall into bed as soon as they recognized the attraction they felt for one another. It was fun to "watch' them move through the different stages of their relationship. The cat epilog was hilarious..
Boring,silly-plot not developed,characters infantile and flat.Waste of time and money.Not at all funny. Seriously disappointing.Not at all sexy.At best,certain girls who cannot experience an orgasm might identify with the main character. Don't buy this.Don't waste your time.
I'm a book lover. I call myself a booky.
This is a LOL kind of book. If you like incredibly FUN books, then STOP right here this is it.
I honestly think so. The narrator has a wonderful way with the humor in the story. She managed to narrate her way through a variety of wall banging organisms in a way that made them funny and edgy but not uncomfortable. This was a very funny story but the narration was even better. The best I have heard in a while in fact. I hope they have Heather Smith do more of Alice Clayton's work! Keep the work coming her way she is truly gifted!
Mimi. Loud, tiny, and obsessively organized is one hell of a combination. :-) I also liked the cat Clive.
Probably the one where her friends stop by about when the wall banging starts up next door and they all sit back to listen. I was laughing so hard I almost choked.
It was very funny but I also had a few moments that brought on the angst. Not too much but enough that I knew the author had me by the tail and could make me feel what she wanted too. I laughed alot and actually cried once.
I got a bit frustrated with all of the talk of the "O". by the end I pretty much fast-forwarded through the love scenes because halfway through the good part she would start waxing poetic about her orgasm like it was a woman who was playing hard to get. I kind of wanted to slap the character at that point. There was enough to make up for it, but that particular plot line was overdone. If you can't come then get drunk enough and get a vibrator.... It doesn't merit that much drama.