This is a wonderful story brought beautifully to life by the narrator. The focus of the story is a young woman named Teddi and her relationship to her friends and family. By the end of the book I felt like Teddi was a good friend.
Jenna Lamia is the best narrator/reader I have listened to.
The story is so wonderful I didn't want it to end. The writing is almost prose. Loved the similies and analogies which brought so many things to life for me. No wonder it's been 3 years since her last book. Beth Hoffman deserves many awards for this novel of a life explored and lived.
I love Jenna Lamia as a narrator and was thrilled to see a new book by Beth Hoffman. If you loved, The Help, Saving CeCe Honeycutt, You will also love this book
Loved it? I wanted to hear the ending but was grieving because it ended.
I feel in love with the characters immediately. The intensity of the authors words and story made me long for more.
I found myself identifying with every character at some point and felt as if I knew each of them personally. I almost didn't purchase this book, but I am so glad that I did. I listen while I walk and several times walked just so that I could listen.
Such a sweet story of hope and healing. Set in my birthplace of Charleston, SC. It's so easy to become best friends with the characters. I'm sad I'm done with the book.
yes... but not the first on my list of recommendations.
This book is a little slow to start. It does get going and
then it is interesting.
This book is good for a relaxing entertaining listen that doesnt require too much thought.
One of the best
Yes they were both wonderful
There were quite a few
I wish there were other titles by Beth Hoffman except for the two I have listened to
I got through 2 1/2 hours and couldn't bear it anymore. I suppose if you enjoy simple stories without much plot to disturb, you might enjoy this listen. I do appreciate good southern literature but this is all southern accent with no depth. It might get better if I soldiered on, but there are far too many good stories out there and my patience has run short.