I abandoned this book because the story was super confusing (jumped all over the place) and the narrators (one of them anyway) had a grating voice. It was too new-agey or like a hallmark commercial. Saccharine. Also, there were several terrible folk songs included--I guess the paper book had song lyrics or something--but the songs themselves were really bad.
The book might be good on paper, but this rendition was not.
This was entertaining, and even gripping at times....the author did a good job of setting up narrative tension and holding a mystery out to entice us. There was also some decent psychological development and likable characters. But sadly it ended up being really predictable and cheesy--I mean, it IS a romance after all.
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