Love the narrator's accent and the complex issues and characters. A little slow at first, but then it picks up and keeps you listening.
There are a lot of characters and it took me a few hours to get into the story. But eventually I was taken in and really enjoyed where the story went and was intrigued by the ending. Overall worth the listen.
This is why we don't hang onto a death bitterly for decades, why we tell the truth, learn the difference between the thrill and what lasts, why we do the right thing on faith or experience.
This is the second Liane Moriarty book I've listened to and I was not disappointed. Moriarty presents her characters with real, emotional, and extreme issues while filling their lives with the mundane occurrences, responsibilities, and choices all adults must endure.
I was instantly hooked on the characters and the plot in The Husband's Secret and Caroline Lee's narration adds an additional layer of truth, humor, and authenticity to the story. These two are a great match and I highly recommend this title to any fan of fiction!
The story begins very slow for my like, too many characters, but just before the middle of the story things get better and better. I liked the end, not predectible at all and very real.
I like to read, but I am too often too tired. Audiobooks give me the chance to listen to stories on my way to work or on my break.
The narrator's accent was enjoyable to listen to as she read her way through the story. The story itself was more than a murder mystery and more than a love story. It was about the what if's in life and consequences of oractions and the regrets we all ponder. The author did a very good job at telling an interesting tale involving many charscters. This was worth the reading.