Confessions was a nice light story to listen to while doing chores. It's a little dated (no reference to cell phones, everyone has oldfashioned answering machines). There's also some discontinuity between the stories - at least as far as I can remember. In the second story, between Ben and Carly, Kevin's son is featured. However, in the first story, between Hayden and Nadine, there is no mention of Kevin having a son.
Maybe. The stories didn't suck me in. It was a decent story, not bad, just not terribly gripping.
Stilted, Jennifer Grey. Kate Rudd has a tendency to read word's very formally, without rounding off Ts and Ds, for example. I'd compare it to a square wheel rolling. When she is reading any emotion, I keep hearing Jennifer Grey's Baby (Dirty Dancing) character begging Johnny or her father. Most of the time, these two items weren't distracting but then her pronunciation or inflection would pull me out of the story.
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