The humor. Good to know someone who shares my sense of humor.
I didn't always agree with Mr. Savage but his story held my interest and in spite of my opinion on gay adoption I found myself rooting for this couple and their quest to get a 'kid'.
Wonderful speaker. It was like sitting across from a friend. The intonations and irony were priceless.
That honesty and sincerity outrank sexual orientation.
I was curious as to what Dan and Terry looked like because Dan's own descriptions are less than flattering. But they're two very handsome men who met all my expectations! You can't come away from this story without liking each of them personally.
You couldn't convince me that while I listening to the story that I wasn't there! In fact, when Cora met the German for an orange soda, I pictured them seated at a small round table with 'wire' backed chairs.........and that's exactly what it was! That was an eerie feeling!!
I got a kick out of Louise because I've known girls exactly like her and have myself owned many of her traits. But Cora was my favorite because of her learned ability to adapt to any situation with relative ease.
The opening scene was laid out so well that I was actually sitting in the coupe while waiting for it to stop raining! Usually I have to get well into a book before I know where I am and what I'm supposed to be thinking.
I couldn't pick just one. Each character vividly came to life for me.
If you're at all interested in buying this book, don't hesitate! It was worth it and I WILL listen to it again.
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