Lucky has the most wonderful job around. The situations and drama and are really believable but almost outrageous. Funny.. FUN..but mainly interesting.
The love a family could have for adopted children.
Her excellent performance was on par with all the others.. With out a good performance the story would not have been as good.
Lots of laughing.
Murder of a chaocolate-Covered Cherry ranks high and matches the quirkiness of books I've read by Janet Evanvich (Stephanie Plum) or Deborah Coonts(Lucky O'tool). It was well written and I could see it play out in my mind. I would read other books by Denise Swanson that are similar to this.
I really didn't know who did it until just a page or so before it was reveled. I don't think I'm a push over either.
I think most were good. I really couldn't pick one.
I didn't laugh as hard or much as I do with some of the other books but I did find myself yelling for heroine not to go back into the building.
I was a bit disappointed in this one. There just didn't seem to be enough going on to keep me interested.
Great detail. Excellent Narrator.
I was right along side of Jane as she discovers herself. Perfectly balanced story of life & erotica.
The book was slow paced with great detail but it's hard to believe the main character wouldn't get any breaks. Needed more of her enjoying life.
This gives a hopeful view of what might happen with life and death. It's different and I felt good about the end.
Light easy and fun listen that is full of detail to put the right pictures in your head.
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