I disliked the narrator's Southern accent. It sounded like she used the same accent for all people regardless of their ethnicity or economic status. The story would have been richer if she had nuanced the accents, and less annoying if she had just read it without any accents.
That said, the story was lighthearted and fun. Personally, I enjoyed the over the top Southern stereotypes. It was not a page-turner but neither was it a chore to read. My only serious issue was that I felt the ending was a real stretch and not explained well. I felt that it ended unsatisfactorily.
I purchased this on a sale and will wait for the others in the series to go on sale rather than using a credit to purchase them.
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