The story was a little more saccharine than I expected. The author attempted to add elements of suspense and red herrings, but it just seemed like the story jumped around too much.
The characters were extremely likable, which is why I finished the book. I wanted to see what happened to them.
Her narration of the book was well done. She brought out the elements of sarcasm that helped with the character development.
Holiday Grind was not inspirational at all.
I would listed to it again, because the characters were so much fun, and the story was far wittier and funny than I expected.
When the vampires are helping the main character taste certain "foods" she has prepared for them, and they get sick to their stomachs.
My favorite scene was the book club, when the main character is finally meeting genuine friends.
The author uses wit and sarcasm through her characters, to create an atmosphere of fun, in the midst of stressful situations. Even though there are potentially disastrous events, the characters have a way of keeping the story interesting and fun. there are some unexpected twists and turns as well.
Nothing. I thought the narrator did a good job.
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