The pacing was perfect. The sensual scenes were definitely hot!
Loved the narrator's performance...a crisp and "audibly deliciously" read...his tone and voice pulled me into the story from the very beginning and kept me there until the end.
when her Father said they were partners...at that point, she finally got it that they had ALWAYS been partners (whether it was the PI game or in their life, as a whole)
Spring Break--VM Style
I was a fan of the VM show when it was on TV. The recent movie ever so smoothly picked up where the TV show left off, and this story picked up where the movie ended--all very smooth. I doubly LOVED Kristen Bell narrating this story--just like she did on the show and movie...I could almost imagine seeing the story playing in my mind like I was watching the TV show. The story was solid, well paced, great to listen to and the ending was very satisfactory (with, I hope, more stories to come in the future).
This book is so lively and witty and keeps your interest just jumping up and down! I'm not sure if I can rate where this book ranks among all the audiobooks I've listened to so far, but it's a #1 brilliant story, in my opinion.
The plot was again, lively, quirky and I know I had a smile on my face as I was going about my household chores! Even though this was fiction, if you ever lived in a small, rural town, you could probably find interesting "characters" something like the folks portrayed in this book.
To me, George Guidall is the SUPREME MASTER of NARRATORS! Enough said...
If my personal schedule would have allowed it, I could have listened to it in all one setting.
The joy of reading is something I can't do without in this world, and Audible allows me to ridiculously indulge in this guilty pleasure--thanks much, Audible!
I'm not a young adult reader, but listened to this story to keep on top of what my niece is reading...she raved about it and loved it...some parts of this story slowed down...the middle of this first book almost got a little boring to me, and, I guess, were appropriate to what teens experience when they start developing feelings for someone. I did feel the author drug that out a bit, but, as I said, I am not the target audience. Once I got to three-quarters of this story, it picked up and kept my interest until the end.
No, I won't be listening to any more stories by this author, but at least I have an idea of how she writes, geared to young adult readers, and that's OK with me--if they like her, and it encourages them to read more, I'm all for it.
I did like the voice of the narrator...her voice lent itself well to this type of story and fictional time period.
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