As much as I like Debbie Macomber's books, this was not one of them. I am like the previous reviiewer, I slippped off many a time listening to it. I did go back though to listen to what I missed but it wasn't much.
The Narrator - You could tell the differences in character by the narrator, but gosh she got on my nerves when that "proper" voice came out (I dislike being harsh). I will think twice if she is narrating another one that I might want to listen to.
The premise of the story was a good one if it had been pulled off by another narrator, I guess. I was ready for it to end. I can't believe I am saying this about a DM book, but I am--Disappointing!!
Funny, enjoyable! I am already purchasing the second Book in the series. Julia Whelan, another great read (listen)!!
Surely Gigi will be the next character .I have enjoyed each and everyone of the Half-Moon Hollow books--others as well. Ms. Harper keep them coming. Please keep Amanda Ronconi as the narrator. She just makes the books so much more. This one has to be the beginning of her next book. I can't wait to see who the mysterious character is.
Enjoyed hearing about the other characters from her previous books.
This was a good one. The narrator was good also. The one thing that I didn't like is how she ended the book--yes it did have a good ending, but I prefer it when the author gives you an epilogue. Especially since she lives on once coast and he lives in another country--how does it work?
Otherwise, I enjoyed it.
I have enjoyed everyone of Susan Elizabeth Phillip's (SEP) books that I have had the opportunity to read, eventhough the story line may not always be believeable. I have listened to this one more than one time. Anna Fields does a wonderful job with the characters, which makes the story so much better. I find myself laughing out loud while walking and have to catch myself--people might think I am crazy. My favorite SEP book is Natural Born Charmer--I had to comment here since I did not purchase through Audible, but got it from the library. I am ready for her next book.
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