I read this book a number of years ago and laughed my head off. It was available on tape but not CD and I've continued to watch for the CD or download and now its here. Once again I laughed out load. I found the narrator took a while to get used to but that was the only down side. Some of the references in the book are dated as you would expect from a re-issue but I still loved it!
The antics and smart mouth of the main character.
She brings the various characters to life
Great example of a series that focuses on new characters in each book while bringing in the characters of prior books.
This book started out intriguing then quickly rolled into demanding, and mean.
I like this narrator. She differentiates the characters both male and female.
I bought two additional books in this series based on listening for a short period of time. Wish I had waited.
Entertaining & heartwarming
Dakota (and Walt)
stuck in the woods with Walt's mother
It's nice to have a series and author who avoids the kink
Yes. I read this years ago and I enjoyed listening to it.
No one favorite.
No extreme reaction but I enjoyed the book. This was written year ago but holds up.
I would like to listen to the other books in this series but understand they aren't available.
I enjoy the books by Marie Force including the Green Mountain and Fatal series. I do not care for the narrator, Holly Fielding. I prefer a performance not a dry reading of words.
Grace plus Linda & Big Mac
Only so I can complete this series. I love to discover new series and typically read one book after the other. With this series I have to take breaks and listen to other narrators.
Great story and continuation of the McCarthy's family stories.
Stephanie - her story is heart breaking as well as heart warming.
Only with a series. The reader lacks emotion and energy.
The ongoing characters in the family MacGregor
Being snowed in and stuck in a hotel that typically rents rooms by the hour
Yes. She lowered her voice for the male characters, added a brogue for Daniel. She softened her voice for Anna and raised it for Rena.
No. Nice simple romance.
This series holds up 30 yrs after first publication. The characters smoking cigarettes dates the series but other than that it could be written today.
I loved the introduction to the MacGregor family. I read this many years ago and wanted to hear it with the characters performed. I look forward to to other books in the series.
When Blade discovered that Daniel had set him up with the cruise.
Yes. She did a passible job with the male voices and accents. There is something about her inflections that I don't really care for at the end of sentences but while she is not my favorite narrator she is far superior to others.
I enjoyed Luke and Sydney's history and present. It also was entertaining getting updates on the other characters. I do not care for the narrator who reads instead of performing the story. Monotone delivery.
When Big Mac & Luke were injured.
Flat delivery. No real difference in characters.
I love a love story and a series that allows you to get to know a number of the characters.
The challenges and events the main characters dealt with and updates on other characters.
Lacks emotion and she does not differentiate the characters. She simply reads aloud. A disaster might be happening but you wouldn't know from the narrators voice.
I wouldn't rename.
It is the story spun by Marie Force that brings me back to the series. I do wish she would choose a different narrator.
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