Yes. Because some of the character's thoughts are so funny. I would enjoy listening again.
Davis Way. Because of her name, where she is from, her personality and sarcasm.
Davis Way, definitely.
Just entertaining overall. The author and narrator did a great job making me feel the characters and understand their thoughts/actions.
Can't wait for the next book in the series! Please keep Dina Pearlman as the narrator -- she IS Davis Way.
The premise and character development.
I really liked Ashley, because her self-involvement was so entertaining. It was entertaining to hear her thought process (as she unapologetically thought of no one but herself). Of course, in real life, I would stay as far away as possible!
The dog, of course!
Perhaps, but it isn't at the top of my to do list.
Some good plot twists, but overall I just found the characters' whining annoying.
The storyline and narrator's performance. I laughed out loud more than once, which isn't typical.
I don't want to give it away, but it involves El Pollo Loco.
Sometimes a male doesn't seem to be able to capture a female character's personality, but Scott did. I never found myself rolling my eyes at the way he brought any of the characters to life, including the females. (Same is true for female narrators, by the way. I am an equal opportunity complainer.) :)
Fall in love with a con man, get played, and come back for more.
Can't wait for more books in the series!!! And keep Scott as the narrator, please!
Nothing. I probably should have realized from the publisher's summary that it would be boring. Just not for me. I couldn't relate to any of the characters.
Make it somewhat plausible
I enjoyed the narrator's accent ... probably the only thing that kept me listening as long as I did. I gave up after the fourth murder. Just don't care "whodunnit" enough to keep keep listening.
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