Yes, this book was such a refreshing change and exactly what I'd been looking for. The UK accent of the narrator truly brought out the humor of the book. If I were to read the book myself, I never would have enjoyed the story to the the level that I did.
That it was funny and the reviews were actually true. The story was believable, the characters unique in their own way (not too sappy like a romance novel) and just what I look for in a chick-lit book. I laughed out loud with Stevie's version of the "F" word.
I thought Stevie's son, although not a major character in the book, was enjoyable and unexpected for me. The character of Adam narrated by Becky Hindley was just perfect. I admire the way she could switch from Adam's accent to another characters' seamlessly.
Yes. I tried to control myself and only listen on my drive to and from work to make it last, but I couldn't do it.
I am so frustrated with best seller lists. I have been disappointed so many times in books I've downloaded which is why I am going to make a conscious effort to write more of my own reviews or at least give the books I've listened to an honest score. I think we all should try.
Yes. Good listen.
Finding out who her mother was with every week at the motel.
She brings the characters to life differently than what I would have in my head.
It depends on who played the starring role.
I honestly don't know. Maybe someone with lower expectations. I spend so much time trying to decide on a book that is worthy of my precious credits. So I read reviews, categorize by star rating, then I've tried best selling and I still find myself choosing the wrong book for "me". I just could not get into this book. I need a story with characters and this read like a diary of emails.
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