I tried, I really tried. I even restarted it a couple of times, but this book was not funny, it was not entertaining, and it was not intriguing. Sorry Ms. Rowling, I know you can do much better, but this one is a stinker.
The characters here were just not interesting enough to care about
There wasn't a favorite scene, they were all boring
sorry, but no
In the top half for sure, and I've listened to a whole lot of them
Katy just wouldn't be the same without Eva Wilhelm
The Family, too?
It reminds me of the Juliet Blackwell series about the good witch who owns a vintage dress shop. Because that series also deals with a modern day woman confronting magic and they are lighthearted fun reads, too.
The reappearance of the Red Shoe
I've already recommended this series to several of my friends
When everyone figures out that Grandma knew what she was talking about
I've grown to associate her voice as Katy
Hex in Texas
I am thoroughly enjoying this series
It's fun and an easy read. I raced to the next book!
Can't really think of another like it, unless you go to another book in this series
When Owen and Katy confront the traitor
Lots of smiles
I can't wait for the whole series
I just could not relate
maybe, but I would definitely listen to the sample first
I thought the narration was okay, just wasn't interested in what was being said
It was well written, I just didn't care for the story
It was a lighthearted and fun story
Kate, she is a very likeable character that I could identify with
Sassy in all the right places, I felt like she really was Kate
Sex in the City meets Merlin
Fun Easy Read
When Aunt Tillie gets trapped in the brass vase
I think the title is good, why change it
The characters really draw you in. The narrator does a really good job at matching the voice to fit the characters. I hated to put it down and looked forward to getting back to the story.
Grandma. She was the center and the reason for the story. I would jump on the chance to hear her story in full detail, starting when she was a little girl and following her whole life.
This was the first one
Cory, when we find out why he did what he did.
Maybe yes. There was enough here to make me think that her work has the possibility to evolve into bigger and better stories. After-all, even my favorite authors have written some stories that are not on my "favorite stories" list. This one was not that exciting for me. I love a good Highlander story. But, I didn't really get into these characters. The narration probably had a lot to do with it, but it wasn't one of those stories that I couldn't wait to get back to.
This was the first Vonda Sinclair book I listened to.
The main male character's voice didn't fit him. It was all rough and gruff without any of that sexy brutish appeal that I like to hear from a strong male character. While the "villain" was supposed to be this heart-stealing, sought-after bachelor guy, that had the female main character's heart and affection (before he showed his true colors), but the voice used made him sound like a sniveling weakling - I just could buy that she would have fallen for him in the first place.
It is advertised as book one, but I will most likely veer away from book two if it is a continuation of this story and had the same style of narration. I think this narrator is capable of doing better, but then not everybody can nail it every time. He did have a good accent, a good voice, but the voices he chose for the main characters missed the mark for me.
Hard work and countless hours goes into writing and producing a final offering. I appreciate Vonda's efforts and hope that this critique doesn't come across as mean spirited or petty, that was not my intention. Down the road, I'll look her up again.
I liked the story very much. The only downside to the audible version was I couldn't understand the narrator when he did Lily's voice-making it hard to imagine her as a
I like stories about highlanders, what else can I say!
When Beatrice gets caught
Betrayal, love, strenght
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