It does have steamy sex scenes.
Droning on and on.
I like this narrator. But this was a strange story
I couldn't even finish it. so I'm not going to try to figure out something good to say about it.
I've read (really read not listened) to another of GS books. I found it similar to this...and remembered why I decided to not read any more of hers.
It's on the upper end.
The author did a great job with the main characters AND the supporting "cast"-- since family was an important element of the story, the family members of both sides helped to develop the story.
The narrator did a fine job in differentiating the characters with the use of her voice.
I enjoyed the story and felt that the "religious" part supported and enhanced the story. I didn't feel like I was being preached to, through the story. It was very enjoyable listen.
I'm already looking for more by Karen Witemeyer. That's always a good sign. :)
It was an unusual situation but wound down to a typical romance. I like that old characters show up and make appearances.
I thought Panda's name didn't make sense unless it was a nick name--but what kind of tough dude would keep that name. I didn't find the background of Panda that believable. I felt the "sexual tension" was forced and didn't have that natural chemistry earlier SEP books had.
I really miss Anna Fields. I hope she reincarnates quickly--or maybe just takes over someone else's body/voice, preferably for the next SEP book.
Yes, I'll listen this to again, with its companion. Yes I'll buy another SEP...but I'll probably re-read previous books with much more enjoyment.
I love witty dialogue, especially sarcastic clever wit. It was clever.
Light hearted read.
I loved her voice for the mother and the main character. At first I wasn't crazy about the men--but as the story went along I didn't think about it so much.
This made me laugh. And I immediately looked for other books in this series. I've read other Dodd books and I enjoy her stories. But because of the light-humorus-fast paced nature of this book I really enjoyed this one.
I loved this book--with the modern and historical twist. I thought it was similar in style to Lauren Willig a fantastic author. I think anyone who enjoys Scottish history would enjoy this.
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