I really enjoyed this story. The narrator was fantastic and the story was great. I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen but at the same time, I hated for it to end! I will be checking out the rest of Kate Morton's books - hope they're all as good as this one!!
This story, which I thought was going to at least be somewhat funny is really, really just bad. It's not the least bit believable. I can't make myself finish it - ugh! Note to the author - try using some words besides "babe" and "baby"... good grief - enough already with those two words!
Aside from dragging on & on, it was totally unbelievable. I like Stephanie Laurens, but not this time.... Won't buy another "Cynster" novel - ever!!
I like books that have something to do with the south, but this was the most insulting I've ever "read". I think DS needs to visit SC before she *tries* to write about it - "bless her heart" (and that's meant with the DS meaning, not the true southern meaning!). I'm insulted and disgusted at the same time!
This was a pitiful attempt at writing imho. If you didn't hear it the first time, you would have heard it after it was repeat for the 10th time, or the 15th....
Please take my suggestion and do not waste your money on this book. It's BORING, totally inaccurate and very poorly written. I don't see how this book ever made it through the editors to the publisher. I've read many "free" books from indie authors that topped this by far! Danielle Steel needs to do a lot more research before trying to write about the south - a place where she apparently knows nothing - "bless her heart".
I enjoyed this book, laughing out loud many times! Sands is a clever author, can't wait for more!
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