Entertaining, predictable, romantic
The other Wallflower Series Books. Each has the same story of finding the man, falling in love, some catastrophic event, and resolving the event, then getting married.
I love listening to her read. I select books based on her reading.
Not really, although there were times I didn't want to arrive at my destination so I could hear more of the story to see "what happens"
I would listen to this book over and over again, catching the parts that I might have missed the first time over. There is so much to learn from what she experienced and saw in Swat and Birmingham that one can't remember it all the first time around.
I don't read many autobiographies so can't compare it.
First off, I love Archie Panjabi on The Good Wife, so I already like her voice. She speaks softly and with the appropriate accent for the book. She can pronounciate all the words correctly and has great intonation.
Overall her passion for peace and education for all and her total commitment to her cause.
Continuation of the existing characters with adding Mike and Brees' new story to the mix.
When Bree gave herself to Mike after her rape.
I love the way Therese reads stories. She just puts you into the scene with her inflections and voice changes.
When Brenda ran into Tom's arms.
It is mindless entertainment to listen to while driving around. Comparable to all the Lisa Kleypas books with romance, mild sex, a tragedy, and a predictable ending.
Any of Lisa Kleypas Hathaway books. Someone had said it was less interesting, but I found it the same as the others.
It would give away the book if I said this- but near the end.
An Unlikely Match
The intrigue and capture of your interest and to what is going to happen next
Too long, but hard to put down.
Lighthearted, happy and sexy
I love her reading- I read books just to listen to her.
Not necessarily, although I would sit in the car and listen when stopped to hear the next story.
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