This book is a condensed series of holiday romance stories. It is hard to put down between stories and keeps you wanting more of each story!
Oh it would have to be Dylan! Just the perfect guy!
I appreciate the author taking feedback from listeners and filling in some gaps in the story. It would have been nice to already have this information while reading the series. I did not appreciate using one credit and it was pricey for a 4-hour book!!!!
Tatiana did a fabulous job with the voices!!!! Sean did a nice job as well, except for Rylee.
Not this book. Since I was already familiar with the story, it was easier to take it small doses.
This book was so much better than first. The story progressed with more detail, emotion, turmoil, and passion. The narration was a little better this time around.
Not a lot going on this book. Bad boy meets quiet nice girl, fun things happen, and then book abruptly ends. The narration is extremely clinical and devoid of emotion.
It was interested how Cunning combined the epilogues into one book to give the book a finale.
Justine does an excellent job differentiating between all the characters/voices. Each voice sounded like a different person.
No, not really. The book was divided into an epilogue from each book, so it was easy to pause.
I did not like how the book started, jumping so far ahead into the story. It just didn't make sense. I found the back and forth in time irritating, as well as Charlie's stubborn view throughout the story. The story was stale for a good chunk of the book. The ending was better than the first book, more closure. My favorite part was Amsterdam.
Heartfelt story of young love. I felt the ending did not have enough closure. The narrator did a good job.
Kristen did a great job writing this series. This book is much hotter than the rest of the books.
The most memorable part is when Matt took her to the club for the first time.
Jennifer Mack did an excellent job narrating the entire series. She has a great voice and brought you right into the story.
Yes, I enjoyed the series as a whole. The narrators did a great job!
Not this book! This book was much weaker than the rest of the series.
Absolutely! Amanda Ronconi is hysterical. She delivers the characters with charm and humor. You could not pass that off in a book quite as well.
No, I do not recommend. It was a big let down from the first two. The female narrator was very green and did not bring out the characters or interest in the book. The male narrator did a good job.
No follow up book needed.
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