I've always loved the boy-next-door and my-big-brother's-best-friend kind of stories so this appealed to me from the beginning.
Yes, they did a good job using different tones and voice fluctuations; however, they didn't always interpret the character's voices like I thought they should be.
Yes, I didn't want to stop listening because the story kept me interested.
Yes, I love the story and the performance is good.
I was moved by Cohen's relationship with his mother and sister. His Mom needs to let go but he is so indulgent.
I love this series and the performance is good. I've heard better performances but this is still good.
Olivia Cunning's Sinners On Tour series is another story about rock stars.
Absolutely!! I've already listened twice and I plan to do so again. Love the story, love the performance.
I'm in love with Brandon! He is so sweet and forgiving.
Ms. Waters's voice is exactly how I imagined Harper.
Chase fascinates me. I'd love to have dinner with him.
Love meeting the band members in Share Me.
Along with Ms. Cunning's other rock start series, these compare to a series by Terri Anne Browning beginning with The Rocker That Holds Me.
Performance is okay. Tells the story but doesn't add to it.
No, I still prefer the print version but the audio version is good.
I love when Will goes to the hospital to visit with the kids.
Sexy, mysterious, loving.
I love learning the details of Remy's condition and how Brooke deals with it.
She's a little more monotone than I would've liked.
Definitely made me cry! Happy and sad tears.
I love this series and Jules is a big part of it. My favorite part of the book was learning more about Jules.
Sassy Jules!! She's a great friend and she knows what she wants out of life.
I wish I could have but I didn't have time. I did listed to it as often as possible until I finished.
I love the story but the narration isn't the best. It's not the worst I've heard but it doesn't draw me into the story.
I love Jack! He's so mysterious and sexy.
Monotone, kindergarten, bored
I cannot bring myself to listen to this again. I have purchased the book to read instead of listening to the awful performance.
This book interested me after I finished "When Summer Ends" by Isabelle Rae. I feel like, as a parent, I shouldn't be interested in books with parent/student relationships but in both books the relationship started before either character knew the other's age or profession.
No. I was not fond of this narrator at all.
Spoiler alert!! I couldn't stop the tears when I found out about Lake's mother.
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