unexpected, historical, interesting
When the illusion was revealed.
Paul Michael does a great job. He sounds like what I think Robert Langdon should sound like.
Just like her other books in the series, I devoured this book. These books are sweet and real. I'm looking forward to the next one in the series that will be coming out in June. I can't get enough of these Samantha Young books
This is such a wonderful and heartwarming series. I am actually listening to the whole series for the third time. Just a great listen, with a great narrator. Start from the beginning of the series and listen all the way through. I hope she is planning more
It wasn't a bad story once you got to the last 25% of the book. The first 75% of this book just drug on and on. To be honest, I can't believe that I stuck with it until the end. There were a couple times that I asked myself why I continued to listen to it. The end is good though...you just have to get there.
No. I only kept going until it finally got good because I didn't want to waste a credit.
No. I really did not like this narrator. She made the female characters sound childish and whiny. It was hard to reconcile some of the voices with the fierce, sassy demeanor of the female characters.
I don't have anything against this author...this just wasn't for me. Long and drawn with a subpar narrator. Not a great combination.
The real story line. Life is hard, and this is a love story that works through the hard stuff. I really loved seeing Hannah as a grown up.
Finding out Hannah's secret. I did not see that one coming like I did Marco's. I think that I actually gasped.
I never cried but I did laugh out loud a couple of times and there were definitely some surprised gasps.
Samantha Young is a great storyteller. I have absolutely loved this group of books and hope there are a couple more to come.
It was just sweet. Sometimes, I just need to hear a happy love story.
When his moth forced her hand in a devious way.
This book was fairly predictable, but I still enjoyed it. It definitely did not leave much to the imagination, but it was still a fun listen.
If I wanted a feel good love story, I might pick it up again.
It was sweet and funny. Just an easy listen.
I thought she did a good job of distinguishing voice. Easy to listen to.
Sweet Love Story
interesting, historical, unique
Love Stories in Two Times
I thought this might be difficult to follow on audiobook because of the way it went back and forth between the past and the present. Thankfully, Rosalyn Landor did a fantastic job with the different voices. She made it easy to follow this book when it could have been difficult.
Probably not. I am a fan of Molly Harper because I love her humor, but this one was just so-so. While I often listen to my books again, I probably will just shelve this one.
Most - Finding her way
Least - The love affair
Amanda Ronconi is fantastic, and she pairs with Molly Harper's with really well. She has just the right inflections. She really sells the tone of the novel through her performance.
Sometimes it made me chuckle, but not as much as some of Molly's other books.
The tenacity of the hero. He just would not give up, and you have to love that about a man.
Braden. I just loved the way that Braden works Joss in this story. He doesn't let her angst win.
Paula did a decent job. The way she switched accents was amazing! Sometimes, I struggled with her male voices, but overall pretty good.
Persevere for love.
My only complaint about this book was Joss' continual angst. At some point in time, you just have to say enough is enough. I get that she had a rough past, but it seemed to drag on a bit.
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