You bet! I've already listened to it several times. I just love the characters and the story.
The banter between Min and Cal.
I don't know.
I was disappointed with the dialog. The characters talked, but didn't really say much. There was no tension between the hero and heroine.
The whole premise of the story was that the hero/heroine are meeting each other after a night of passion. From what I heard of the heroine, this was highly unlikely. I just couldn't see her getting over herself enough to do something like that.
She made the hero sound like he was on downers.
I can't think of any.
Don't waste your time, money or credit!
I loved the way Jeanette and Darragh sparred with each other in their game of wills.
When Jeanette drew a less than flattering picture of Darragh.
The way she could differentiate each of the voices. I love her English accent.
Does she or doesn't she? Only her husband knows for sure.
The way the characters understood each other. Neither was what they appeared to be and they were the only ones who recognized it.
Louisa because she was the epitome of a plucky heroine.
She performed all the characters flawlessly.
Yes, then I wanted to start all over.
An interesting premise ruined by poor story-telling. The author basically said the same thing over and over.
She was just okay. Sometimes I couldn't tell who was speaking. Her males voices were weak.
Quite a few. The author went on and on about how the hero was deceived. There was no tension in the story. Even the danger was boring and poorly developed.
I would say pass on this book. It's a total waste of time.
The witty dialogue. I laughed out loud quite a bit.
The chemistry between Sugar Beth and Colin.
She is simply the best narrator I've ever heard. She makes the characters and the story come alive. She is the standard all others are measured by.
Sugar Beth because she had peaked in high school, but was working to redeem herself. She was strong and bold and wouldn't give up. I also liked Winnie who was finally claiming her power.
Give this a try. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
The narrator's voice makes this book a pleasure to listen to.
His voice is like silk! He differentiates each character expertly. I think this narrator is the best I've ever heard. I would listen to him read the phone book.
I loved when someone finally asked Miggery Sow what she wanted.
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