I didn't read the print version.
When I was listening to this, I kept thinking to myself how clueless can a grown woman be? But then I reflected on my own life and realized I didn't always have the answers and were at times just as clueless.
Godd story about maturity, friendships, and finding one's joy in life.
The dinner party incident.
I liked the main character's friend. He was honest and true.
I can't say that I could listen to this all in one sitting but I could listen to it for a long duration.
I haven't but again I would try to listen to another.
I do think it was somewhat inspiring. Nothing seemed to go well for the character and I thought that was very realistic.
I thought the ending was realistic.
I thought the performance was good. I didn't really dislike much of it.
I can't say that it did.
Honestly, everything was great up until the ending. It was like dropping off a cliff. Highly disappointing.
I have no idea but a modern romance or a modern story about women in their 40's.
Hmm, this book is kind of sappy and predictable so I can't say that I have a favorite.
NOT WITH THAT ENDING.
Good enough story to feel like an escape while listening.
I liked the modern day feel.
She has a great voice and does well doing other characters.
There were some emotional moments for me.
I wasn't fond of the open ending.
At first I thought this was a story I could relate to and I enjoyed it for the most part. But midway, the character annoyed me. I mean I found the character complaining on and on about how alone she felt nauseating after a while. And to have an affair with a younger man only to realize in the end she needed a job for fulfillment?
I saw it through the end but I did not feel sorry for the character at all.
I have so many in my library that I'm at a loss but it has to have a more spirited and intelligent character not so needy and emotional.
Midway through it became more of a boring monologue from a spoiled housewife.
It just made me realize how stupid some women are.
I really enjoyed the narrator's voice. Looking forward to hearing more work she's done.
This is my first book from this author but I intend on listening more now that I've listened to this one.
I really enjoyed her voice. Not too much inflection but not too boring and she differentiates characters well without trying too hard.
I thought some things were unrealistic but sometimes even the truth is unrealistic.
For a sappy woman I guess but not for the realist.
It was interesting but to hear of a woman pining away for a man who didn't care enough to be honest with her is just terribly disappointing in this day and age. Who is that foolish in life? Aren't women over the fairy tale already?
Cam is the best and most realistic character. Out of the mouths of babes, they say.
The story is very Hollywood.
The narrator is awesome. Very good diction and command of language. Great with accents. A good storyteller.But really? Some corny writer kills a known family of thugs? So unrealistic that it's actually funny that the writer thought readers wold be bowled over by it.
Sure but some of my friends would be just as disappointed by the ending.
I've not listened to him but love his voice.
Yes since Americans seem to love the unrealistic.
You're left completely wondering what's next with all the characters. I felt it was way too incomplete...like the story just cut off.
But the narrator is wonderful and the writer is good at detail.
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