In a way yes. Because at times the story was slow, those are the moments I leave the print versions behind.
How the love story evolved.
I could really hear Maddie thru the narrator's voice and the accents were fun.
I did both, but mostly laughed.
It's a sweet romantic read. I didn't mind it being predictable at parts, because the originality of other just compensated.
At the top 10, that's for sure.
Out of SEP books, and oddly enough, I would think of Elizabeth Lowell's Only His. I guess Cal reminded me so much of Caleb (and not only for the ring of their names). They were both protective and powerful men on the outside with tender, loving and wounded hearts that needed healing.
Yes. As always (at least with all I have heard on her) she did wonderfully.
Wow, it's difficult to decide. There were so many scenes that brought tears and laughter that I couldn't pick only one. The last few chapters I'll admit were the most dramatic.
If you haven't read it yet, please do. The Chicago series is great and this is one of my favorites. Without giving anything important away I couldn't make it justice, but take my word for it. Great Book!
I am not much of a sports fan, but this book captivated me from beginning to end. The plot is strong and the character development clear. Loved the kinky parts as well as the family drama.
romantic, sweet, angsty
The moment they see each other for the first time.
His voice was steady and flowed perfectly with the tone of the story. You could easily follow the twists and turns by the hints of this wonderful narrator.
YES!!!! But of course I couldn't. I read it in two days though. :)
Fantastic read. Another great Spark's book.
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