Great plot and character development and engaging sexual and personal context. This was my first exposure to this author and I am anxiously awaiting future publications.
I enjoyed this listen as part of the Gansett Island series. As usual there was great chemistry between the main characters and an ongoing connection with previous books in the series. Unfortunately the narration seemed even worse in this listen than in the ones that came before.
I am a fan of Susan Mallery and her Fool's Gold series does not disappoint. This book was equally enjoyable as others in the series with strong character development and just the right mix of emotion and sensuality. Tanya Eby also does a great job with the narration which adds to the enjoyment.
This book is part social science and part romance with good character development and a complex plot. While there are certain elements that border on the unbelievable and unreal for the most part it is a heartwarming story of love, human compassion and the value of the individual regardless of wealth, intellect and social status. I hesitated before I spent the credit but I'm glad I did. I truly enjoyed it.
I purchased this book as part of the series and it works in that context, but just. This is the story of Tiffany and Blaine and it works because of their connection with other characters in the series. Otherwise it runs from one erotic session to another as they work their way through a variety of sex toys available from Tiffany's shop with little romance or story line. I don't regret spending the credit since I am enjoying the series but for me this listen was not on par with books 1 to 6. Character development is weak, the plot is predictable, there is more erotica than romance and the narration is still terrible. On the upside there are updates on Mack and Maddie, Joe and Jennie and Seamus and an introduction to characters and stories that are to follow.
This book is a welcome addition to the Gansett Island series and Joe and Jenny every bit as engaging as characters introduced in the previous books. I particularly enjoyed the fact that while this listen focuses on Joe and Jenny it also includes the ongoing story of other characters in the series. Unfortunately the narration is just as bad as in the previous books.
I enjoyed this listen as a welcome addition to the Gansett Island series. There is great chemistry between the main characters, Grant and Stephanie, and a strong connection with characters from other books in the series. Unfortunately the narration lacks expression and does little to bring the characters to life. This series would be much more enjoyable with a different narrator.
The story is light and easy with engaging characters and lots of emotional and sensual content. Not only can you not help but like Mac and Maddie, the book introduces a number of other characters that appear as main characters in other books in the series. Too bad the narration is so bad it sometimes compromises the the personality of the characters and detracts from the overall listening experience.
A light and engaging read that is an integral part of the Gansett Island series. This listen not only tells the story of Luke and Sydney but provides updates and further engagement with many of the characters from previous books. Unfortunately the narration is so bad it sometimes compromises the personality of the characters and detracts from the overall listening enjoyment.
I enjoy Sherryl Woods' books and this one is no exception. The story and characters are engaging and believable with all the passion, action and human interest typical of the author.
I enjoy Diana Palmer's books and was excited to come across this one. Unfortunately it was far from one of her best. I found the characters shallow and predictable and the story theme repetitive. I managed to stay with it to the end but it took effort.
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