Yes. It is a good light listen. Great for commuting.
The performance was very good.
Kathe is great for this type of book. He tone was dead on.
The sex was the hottest of the series while still being believable. We also got to know what makes Eric--the darkest Donovan--tick.
I loved the ending! I was a little disappointed when I found that it wasn't a typical Jennifer Weiner book. I always looked forward to her funny, crazy characters.
There were a couple. When Ruthie finally hooked up with Little Dave and, of course, the ending. I don't want to give the ending away, as I didn't see it coming. I thought the book was done and wrapping up, and bang a fabulous ending.
I found the narration to be a little flat and slow. After I became accustomed to it, I felt that it reflected Ruthie's pessimistic personality.
You really can do it your way and win.
This book is about love, loss, ethics, appreciating what you have, integrity and living by your own principles despite errors you may have made along the way.
Life is not about being beautiful, shallow, and trying to be what you think that everyone wants. Just be yourself. Be true to yourself and you will be a success.
The development of the characters
How the author addressed abuse of women.
When the three sisters finally joined again
Suzanne Collins really brings the story alive. I love the way she developed the characters in each book. She also introduces new characters in each new book. I am sad when she kills off her characters that she convinced the reader to love.
The cliff hanger at the end. It made me want to purchase the next book right away.
Only in the series. He has a good range of voices to fit the variety of characters.
When Hamnet and Frill died.
I would compare this to a Diana Gabaldon series. There was even some time travel in this one. Lots of historical fiction.
Harkness makes history interesting and weaves it in with her storyline in such a way that the reader forgets that so much of the material is fact. Harkness also went deeper into the characters and made them even more lovable. She also told us more about Sarah and Emily.
The performance was great.
The book is long, but I found that I was listening to it not only on my commute but also when I exercised and cleaned house. It was like reading a book that you can't put down.
I didn't read it.
Everything. It has action, love, vampires, witches, history, and a great story. The performance was great. Jennifer Ikeda was able to believably pull off more than a dozen voices.
I can't wait to listen to the next book in this series.
I usually don't listen to books more than once. However, I would be tempted to listen to the this series again. Food and romance together, what a great combination. My advise to anyone is to listen to the series in order starting with Sizzling. It is important for character development. Mallery did a great job with that in this series.
I love all of the Buchanan siblings. I also came to enjoy Gloria in this book.
I do not like to have different performers in the same series. I missed Alyson Silverman in the beginning but became accustomed to Plummers's performance as the book progressed.
No extreme reactions. It followed the same recipe as so many of Mallery's books. It was relaxing to listen to with no stress--just enjoyment.
I love that the characters from the earlier book are reoccuring.
I like Pia. She is someone you want to be friends with.
When the older women ganged up of the rude women from out of town.
No. I liked listening to it in the car on the way to work for a week.
Yes. I don't say that often, but the performance added so much to this one.
When Trice was the first to jump off the building without knowing what was below her. It was the first peak at her bravery.
There are so many great scenes. The description of each was meticulous.
Yes. When both Trice's parents gave their lives for her and exhibited such bravery.
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