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!
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.
Absolutely! Deborah Harkness is a fabulous author/story teller and Jennifer Ikeda was the perfect narrator for this series. She was outstanding!!
The story contained so much detail and turns. Jennifer was thorough and did not skip over anything in her story.
Jennifer had a many characters to portrayal and many accents. It was easy to differentiate between characters and she was spot on. Amazing performance!! My favorite character was Matthew, although I liked her Isabeau's French accent.
NO, this is a really long book. Considering the amount of detail, at times, needed a break or else I started to miss things.
Very entertaining book. There are several rock star series out there now. I would say it matches up to them
Jake of course. Got to love the sexy rockers with a difficult past and finding the right girl to finally settle down with.
I do not feel the right narrator was cast for this book. The narrator, although very good, did not match up to the characters. She is a better fit for a Jane Austin type of book.
No extreme reactions, but at times hard to put down. I listed to the book twice, so I did enjoy the story.
Quip, sexy, charming
Lena was sharp, funny, independent, and strong.
Without giving too much away, the last chapter...
The series was fun to listen to. Lead was build around Lena and Jimmy and their relationship and antics. Their banter was funny and Kylie Scott did a great job writing Lena's character. Overall it was hard to put down.
Ordinary girl meets rock star. A Cinderella story is aways fun.
Of course David Ferris. How can you pass up the gorgeous rocker falling for a sweet regular girl.
Andi did a very good job bringing the characters to life.
Partying in Vegas
Yes, if audio is well done, it brings the characters to life.
Without giving too much away...the dance studio.
The dance studio.
Close, maybe 2-3 days.
This is my favorite book of Christina Lauren thus far. She did a wonderful job. However, I would like to have liked to have more detail about her time in Paris, Ansel's mysterious background, and the night they first met.
Magnificent, powerful, thought-provoking
I loved Hazel and Augustus both, and especially together. However, if I were to have to choose, it would be Hazel. She is a character wise beyond her years. She is brilliant, full of humor, courageous, and a beautiful person.
I loved Gus's last words to her, when she receives the email from Amsterdam. Can't give too much away!
Absolutely. I had it finished in less than 24 hours.
John Green has created a powerful and exceptional story! The topic is sad and hard to push through with minimal tears. However, it is sweet, thoughtful, and threaded with life lessons. I love the characters, their humor, and their courage. Kate Rudd is my favorite author and she has brought the characters and words to life....once again!
Yes, this book was written very well and Lee Angel has done a fabulous job bringing it to life.
She brings each character to life. She was able to differentiate between accents, personalities, and emotions.
The characters had a good sense of humor, so they did make me giggle. He had that emotional, hard to put down pull, but it did not bring me to tears.
The lead character became annoying with her perpetual weaknesses.
Luke was a great character, one that you wanted to root for the entire book. The story was a bit weak.
The performance was very average. Not memorable, but did not detract terribly from the book.
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