SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI, United States | Member Since 2012
I enjoyed the story. It had a good flow. It was something I would have done. You know a girl can't go down like that with that score. It made me smile, laugh and miss my twenties.
I liked things just as it was.
I would like to read more from this author.
Oh yes! We have to know about the show and how things turned out with her sister and the model.
I liked the story okay but it just didn't feel like it was complete, like all the different avenues were not finished. But what was there was good. Oh, I guessed the sender of the notes pretty fast.
I really did not like the narrator. Her voice was not well suited for this story. The story was okay. It turned out not to be a good suit for me.
The narrator was sounding like a robot. It took away from the story. I lost the flow of the story line quite a few times because of the voice.
I really think the audio was super. The only way the book could be better is that there was more to it.
I liked when Aidan was willing to give up his family and/or die to protect Emma from his pack if it came to that.
It's great when the narrator brings the book to life.
I laughed, cried and all the in between.
Yes I would. The story was good an the narrator read with good flow. I could picturet story unfold before me.
The growing relationship with her son, Aaron. And the least was Rufus tring to control over Naomi's feelings without putting his on the line.
Yes she did but she did have Rufus sounding like an old man where Jed the 90 something year old sounded much younger.
Yes. Maybe a few years down the road. To show how Naomi handles her work, the twins and to show were things are with Aaron now and if he's more secure in her relatetionship with Naomi. Plus though in other baby or two and of course a little drama for good measure.
I liked that Ellie's past did not tarish her view on life and love.
I Liked that there was a strong regard toward friendship and a strong fatherly protection. This was the firm foundation on which the story stood. Then you add in trust, love and humor and you end up with this great story.
I liked it just as is.
Yes, I really liked when Ellie showed Mac how to not spoil his daughter by not buying up the store just because she wanted to.
I have not read the book but the audio was geat. I could place myself in the scenes.
I jst finished Holly and Mistletoe. I like the strong but gentle woman.
I liked her voice, it was exspessive and strong She did a great job of bringing the reader into the story with her.
It was and I did!!!!
Really not sure what I disliked more the narrators or the story. Both were pretty bad.
Maybe more feelings from Dr. Michell. You don't get the sense that he liked Kelly in a romantic way even after he kissed her.
I will as long as its not Home for Christmas. That one was worse than this one.
Just the feeling of hope that the story was almost over.
I liked the story but not the narrators. Kendra Morgan sounded like a man and she did not stop in some places making the story one long run on sentence. Max Turner was okay but could have done a better job on his own or not used at all. But was much better than Kendra Morgan.
No. Even though the story was good the reading was a great big put off.
Nothing I really liked the story.
I liked that Drey was torn between doing his job and protecting his mother. He also had a inner fear that the new family would not except him but being the manly man he was he could not face that but Charlene saw through the brave front.
I've always liked mystery and suspense. I tried to figure it out before it was revealed. I was right. I would love to go digging around and try to uncover evidict to solve a crime.
Yes, she was pretty good.
When Drey discovered that Charlene is a virgin he continued to make her first time special. And kept his word to please her throughout the night.
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