This book ranks in the middle of the pack as far as a favorite. As far as a series, it ranks in the top 10.
I really enjoyed Megs. I felt for her heart ache and her loss. Although, there were a few times I wanted to shake her and tell her "snap out of it".
I love Ashford McNabb, so I was sad to see that it was a new narrator. It took a bit for me to get used to the new narrator. I'm willing to be open minded and give the narrator another try. Change is not easy, especially when you get used to a certain character's voice. This situation reminds me of the Dark Hunter series. When I started listening to the series, I loved the narrator, Fred Berman. Then they switched to Holter Graham, who is wonderful as well, but it took me a bit to get used to Holter. I'm hopeful, that with time and some feedback, the narrator will improve her interpretation of the character's voices (especially the male voices).
I love the story of this plain 'Jane', who is now a vampire and has to deal with the every day stuff that we all have to deal with. Jane has to figure out a way to manage her difficult relatives, meddling friends, demanding boyfriends, and stay out of trouble.
Nice Girls reminds me a bit of the Queen Betsy series. Someone who was turned, not by choice, and now has to figure out a way to deal with her family and her "live" friends.
I loved the scenes when she talks with her aunt. Also, those scenes when she is having to deal with the grandma are classic!! That lady is a trip.
There were a few parts that made me laugh. When it comes to Jane and Gabriel, expect that something hilarious is bound to happen.
I truly enjoy this series as well the "Naked Werewolf" and "Half-Moon Hollow" series by Molly.
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