The intonation of the narrator, she captured the humor the author intended.
The day Maggie realized that Tim was the new priest in town.
No but I will soon. She's a talented narrator, I wish she narrated more of this author's books.
Maggie is used to putting her foot in her mouth but does she have faith that she'll take a step in the right direction and find love in her hometown?
This was such a great find. You won't be disappointed if you're looking for a book that will make you miss the characters as soon as it ends.
Enlightening, Informative, Delightful
I've never read another book like this one so I don't have an answer to this question
The sadness of how they were treated as children and how their animals were inhumanely slaughtered. Heartbreaking.
I finished listening to this book about 2 weeks before Chester Nez died. It was a worthwhile book, giving me a glimpse into how a people who were treated so unjustly were willing to risk their lives and use a language that wasn't appreciated to save a country that allowed their harsh treatment to continue. I have such a respect for their service. Thank you.
Unique, Disturbing, Disappointing
It did. Just when you think she can't possibly get any crazier, she does.
Their voices were pleasant to listen to.
She's just that crazy...
I'm one of the few people I know who read this book and was disappointed in the ending. Everyone else I know who read it loved it from start to finish so maybe it's me.
Sure. It has a witty and humorous leading lady paired with a gruff but loving man who are getting to know each other. It's a fun combination.
Jaime was my favorite lead and the priest my favorite supporting character.
When she unknowingly was crying in front of the king.
I can't think of anything witty.
I didn't think I'd enjoy this book as much as I did. It was delightful.
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