CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH, United States | Member Since 2012
The story moved along enough to keep you entertained.
I would say this is an average book for Coulter. I've read better and worse (Aftershock).
At least in this book Paul Costanzo pronounces the character's names correctly.
I did not have an extreme reaction to this book.
The story is great, but the narration makes it hard to listen to at times.
Amanda Quick delivers another entertaining story full of humor,romance, and suspense. The narration took away from this story, the worst I have heard in any audible book.
I highly recommend this audiobook. Flynn makes the Rapp character and to a lesser degree the Nash character a little different making me look forward to future books.
The plot is fast moving and has enough characters that keep your attention through the whole book. The facts feel real and it keeps my emotions enganged throughout the story.
George Guidall brings the character's alive, especially Rapp. He is amazing.
The Widow's Kiss is one of my all time favorites. The story is interesting and the characters come alive within the story.
Many of the characters make this story entertaining but I literally laughed out loud over the youngest daughter's character from the beginning to the end of this story.
Jenny Sterlin's performance was well done. She was able to portray each of the characters, both male and female in a credible way.
I would recommned this to a friend. It's entertaining and suspensful.
The main character, who goes by different names thoughout the story, is so direct when discussing her opinion its entertaining. You never know what she is going to say next. The story also has a thriller dynamic to it.
"Annabell" is the main characters' name in her adult life is my favorite character.
Yes, the audio edition brings the story alive and helps the reader feel like part of the story.
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I thought Rosalyn Landor's performance was well done with all characters, I thought she did Lillian best.
Yes, it was difficult to stop listening to it.
The book is one to grab when life gets rough and you want a few hours of enjoyment and humorous relaxation.
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