I'm in the second part and bored. Sometimes can be hard to follow. I've lost my interest.
I think this book is a bit too abstract for me.
The narrator was good. I think it's a hard book to read.
I like Sarah Coomes as a narrator. The story was lacking. The main character just needed to tell her beau the truth. It seemed like the same thing kept happening over and over. The book didn't start going anywhere til the last 20 minutes.
I like her as a narrator.
The story lagged in the middle, and it was annoying that all the story focused on was that she was a virgin and her lack of self confidence. I wasn't able to sympathize with her at any level. By the time you're 3/4 way through you would think that Julia would've gained some confidence. . I think the author could have skipped the middle of the book and skipped to the end and continued with the second book and made it into one book. I also wished the "villain" was given more time in the book and gotten more background on him. I did enjoy the Italian in the book and the emphasis on Dante and Beatrice. Im not going to waste my credit/ money on the second book.
Not the second "Gabriel" book…
The narrator did a great job. He spoke Italian well.
I love the "Outlander" series. This story was similar, but different in many ways. It was an enjoyable read.
The idea of being able to travel back to the past and the idea of true love.
When she comes back from the future.
I haven't read the book only listened
I liked meeting and learning about characters that were mentioned in the Jane Jameson series. The narrator is fantastic reading Harpers stories. I also love that some of the previous main characters from other books show up in the story. I love Molly Harper books because the make laugh out loud.
She gets sarcasm and reads it well in the story.
Molly Harper books make me laugh out loud.
The sarcasm, I could relate to the character. It also had me laughing. My husband was cussing me because I woke up early one morning, couldn't go back to sleep and started listening. I woke him up laughing. He was unimpressed, needless to say.
Dick!! I loved his idiosyncrasies. I loved Jane as well. Dick added depth and humor that just made the story.
I can imagine her as Jane. She pulls the sarcasm off flawlessly.
I haven't had a book that had me laughing so hard ever!!
Romantic, refreshing, different
I liked that the main female character had an adversity to overcome and not just the same ol' my family hates yours. I've listened to the book twice and enjoyed it both times.
Narrator was good.
Where's book number 2?
I was hoping we would have a view from John Grey on the "Outlander" series. Instead it was a "gay" murder mystery. It had some references from the "Outlander" series, but wasn't what I expected.
I love the "Outlander" series. This doesn't compare. I really don't care about the life of an 18th Century gay man trying to figure out a murder.
I'm indifferent about the narrator.
I didn't read the description on this book, just assuming that it would be like the "Outlander" series. I will now read the description.
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