Cincinnati, OH, United States | Member Since 2011
Everything, but particularly the chapter on dogs as surrogates for women in lieu of having children.
I can't pick just one thing. It's one of the first non-fiction books I have read in a long while and I was very, very pleased.
Maria Murnane has a knack for writing the right books and characters... and I tend to find them when I need them most. Great story about not letting life events and happenings define you, I highly recommend 'Wait for the Rain' as well as the rest of Maria's books.
Everything! The story was great, the characters were well developed and you really relate to them.
Not in my top ten, but it was still enjoyable.
I was looking for a realistic chick-lit love story that wasn't full of "Oh John!" "Oh Martha!" moments. The story was easy to follow and ended well. It was exactly what I was looking for.
No, but I am now on the lookout for more of her performances.
No, I did not.
I loved the performance, but I also liked the story. I am not a regular Patterson reader.. this is actually the first book I've tried. I can honestly say, I wouldn't have picked it up if it wasn't for the narrator.. but I am very glad I did; based on reviews I wasn't expecting a very decent story and I was happily disappointed on that front. I found it very entertaining.
Again, I have nothing to compare it to.. although because of the excerpt from the new Women's Murder Club book at the end I am going to probably try those next.
The more appropriate question would be what DIDN'T I like? Matt Bomer needs to read all of the books.
I could have if I would have had the time to do so. There were parts that were definitely more exciting than others, but it was a good story.
I gave this book a shot and I am very happy I did. Matt Bomer's narration is EXCELLENT and the story is easy to get into. If you're on the fence, give it a try! :)
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