This story ranks a 9.5 on a scale of 10. It's a funny story.
My favorite character is Lady Sarah
Rosalyn Landor's performance is predictable but just right for this story.
As I said it made me laugh
This is pure fun, an acyim ride with sexual twists keeps on the edge of your seat until the very end..
Good story but terrible narrator. Kathryn ' tale are always strong but she needs to put more care into the selection of narrators?
I loved this story because of the characters learning and growing from their mistakes.
Meeting all of the characters again is a thrill. The fact that family can exist and overcome dsyfunction is inspiring.
I like getting to know Lloyd and appreciate him.
I love Angela Dawe. She brings humor, and engery to the story.
Yes. In fact, I was sorry it was so short.
I loved this story. The fairytale of the Raven was excellent. This was a good story line. The characters in the story didn't kept me guessing and when I wasn't wondering what was coming next I found myself trying to guess where the fairytale was going.
This was my first Moira Quirk performance.
I laughed and was totally entertained. This is the best of the Prince stories.
This was my lest favorite story from the series. However, it has it's moments...
There were no surprises, a few moments when you couldn't help but laugh
I love Anna Fields. I am very sorry she will no longer be a narrator.
Doris Day kinda of girl!
The author created a interesting story that held my interest untl the end of the story.
The empathy within the main character allowed her to have an intimate connection with so many different people. I liked the unstated way the female characters showed their strength and intellect.
Susan brings humor alive. Her voice is small and soft but strong and demanding at just the right times.
I don't think that I had an extreme reaction to this book. It did make me laugh and certainly I was sorry at the end that it wasn't longer. I thought there was a least another character to be had with the father and brother. We are taken from her brother wanting to bed her to a father being bowled over by the fact that she existed. It left me wondering if she spent a month or so with her father who would he really be? Was her brother a man, boy, or fool.
Jennifer Asley makes you love family in this story. I didn't think any of the brothers in this series would be more interesting then Ian. To my surprise Hart was as complex, interesting, and unpredictable as his younger brother. Hart MacKenzie has sufficed much for his family's security and his career. He is handsome, but has a dark side to his personality that not everyone understands. I would listen to this story again because of the complexity of his character and interaction between the MacKenzie men and women.
I loved both Hart and Ian. Hart for his ability to show commitment to family, intergrity in relationships with friends. Ian is my overall favorite character because of how he demonstrates the same high level of commitment and intergrity as Hart. Between the two of them there is a perfect parternship in profecting the ones they love.
The MacKenzie Brothers series was the first time I listened to Angela Dawes. She was perfect. I enjoyed listening to her.
The interaction between Hart and Elleanor was delightful. Her ability to ignore Hart and proceed with her own agenda kept me laughing.
I can't waite for the series to continue with Daniel Mackenzie.
Kathleen's characters are presented with empathic respect and heartbreaking honesty. Hearing the story from Belle and Lavinia prospective allowed me to not judge either character too hardly. It allowed me to question what I would do if faced with the same challenge. It made it impossible for me to not respect tthe heartache and wisdom that came to both women. Belle's down to earth sense of human was just right for keeping the storyline realistic. Lavinia's sense of commitment was inspiring. I can't wait to see what else Katthleen has for us.
The Gooed Earth by Pearl S. Burk because of the inmitate portrayal of the characters provides a snapshot of the culture. The integrity in which the story is presented also make me think of Mark Twain.
Humor, empathy, navity. I don't know if I would have been able to understand or see the use of drugs without judgement if it this human weakness had not be presented from different prospectives.
I would to go to dinner with the men in the story. I would not pick any one in particular but would want to talk to them as a group. As individuals they were sadly missing so much but as a group I felt the story failed to explore their humanity.
This was an great story. I want read more from the author. I would love to see her do a series.
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