Brandon's story is so heartfelt that I had a hard time putting this one down. I really felt all the emotions that he went through with "Starting Over". I also enjoyed that this story included all the O'Malley clan and their lives.
Narration was great as always. Sorry to see the series end, but I will look for more books from this author.
This is the second book in this series and while I thought the book should have been mostly about Claire, a good portion of the book is centered around her daughter Kate. I had a really hard time with Kate's story in this book, older man-young girl....
Narration was great again, and I loved Aidan and Claire's story. The series has been a good series overall, so far.
This is the 3rd book in the series and I must say I enjoyed it the most. While all the stories are a little predictable the characters are well developed and I felt like I knew these characters from the other 2 books, so hearing their story was a joy.
Narration is good. It is easy to tell the characters apart and I enjoyed the listen.
The storyline in the book is a little predictable but overall it was a good book. The character development is very good in the story. It is a little easy to get lost as the narrator has voice changes, but not significant, between the male and female characters. Maybe if the author had used strictly male names for males and female names for female. I got a little thrown off with Jamie (male) and Andi (female) when the two were in the storyline together. All in all a good book, narration was good except for the aforementioned issue.
While the storyline is pretty good in this novel, it is hard to follow the characters due to the narration. The narrator has very little distinction between the voices of her characters, making it hard to determine which character is speaking. It is often times confusing as to what is going on in the story because you don't know which character is speaking. Additionally, some of the characters are British and the accent does not change into a British accent for those characters. I believe I would have enjoyed this book more if I had just read it.
The last book in the Bailey Flanigan series is a disappointment for me. Kingsbury spent a lot of time building up the relationship between Cody and Bailey only to let it die in the end. If she was going to finish the book the way that she did, then I don't fee that she should have let the listener have so many feelings about Cody and Bailey being together. I am not sure if I am going to listen to any more books by Kingsbury for awhile. I have listened to or read all of her books until this point, however, I think this series has spoiled that for me for awhile. While I think she is an amazing author, she did not do this seried justice and left many of her fans disappointed with this latest installment of the Bailey Flanigan series.
The narrators in the book were great and portrayed a miriad of emotions, it was just the story that was disappointing.
I thoroughly enjoy all of Kingsbury's books, but this series has really been disappointing for me. After getting to know Bailey in the
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is the second in the series. The narrator was good.
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