Amanda Ronconi is amazing reading Molly Harper's words. I have to say I have already read the book in paperback and just got the audiobook today and as soon as I heard the way Amanda does Nola's Boston/Irish accent it made me so very happy that she was doing the narrating. Being someone who lives near Boston I laughed a lot at the accent because I hear it all the time. I also love how she can just flow from this off beat Boston/Irish accent to a smooth Tennessee twang when the Characters of Nola the main witch on a mission and Jed the neighbor are talking to each other. I already really liked the book because I love a good scavenger hunt and that is pretty much what Nola has to do throughout the book. I also love when there is a sexy next door neighbor that has trouble keeping his shirt on and funny vampire friends who if you have read the Nice Girl books you know their history already and it just makes certain situations that much funnier. This is again another outstanding Molly Harper book that I will read and listen to again and again.
I don't condone drug use but it is the only way I can explain how much I need Molly Harpers stories no matter how short or long. If someone had a Molly Harper story in a little plastic baggie that I had to buy in a back ally I would do it just to get my fix. This story was no different I just want more of course but I loved seeing all the characters I love for the holidays. I really hope Gigi gets a full book soon because I want to know what is going to happen. I loved the gift exchange and a story with more Collin is always good.
This book was great. I read it first in print but Tavia Gilbert really brings something to the telling of the story. I really enjoy Danielle Monsch writing style and can not wait for the next book in this series I really hope they do an audio version for that as well. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes gargoyles, suspense, romance, mayhem, and who also has a good sense of humor.
I loved this book. It was way too short thought and that is my only complaint. Amanda Ronconi did a great job as usaul with Molly Harper's writing style and this book made me laugh out loud at my desk at work while listening. You don't have to read My Blue Grass Baby before reading this one but you should any way because that book was great too. I highly recommend this book if you have read any Molly Harper in the past and enjoyed it or if you have a good sense of humor and like a little romance in your books.
Yes, and I will. It was very entertaining and I love Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi together.
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I love the way she brings every character to life with just a slight change in her inflection or pitch. You always know who is talking without being told.
All of the parts in the book moved me in different ways. It mostly made me laugh and smile while listening.
I love the chemistry Molly Harper creates with her characters. They come off the page or out of your headphones as real people that you want to see happy and loved and then you want to go do a movie night with them or join their book club.
If only it was longer but it is a short story so I guess I can't be too upset about it. Molly Harper is the best.
I love Harper's writing it sounds like me and my friends hanging out if Vampires were real of course. I love the banter between her characters and all the snark.
Amanda Ronconi is one of my favorite narrators. She is amazing with her voice changes for each character and her line delivery is fantastic. The combination between Harper's humor and Ronconi's delivery has me laughing out loud on the train which can be a little embarrassing but worth it.
I highly recommend all of Molly Harper's books I must say and this one is right up there with the rest of them.
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