When Matt invites his Navy buddy, Zack, to spend the holidays, he can’t predict the fireworks between his sister Mallory and Zack. A raging snowstorm and two lonely souls turn up the heat when a stranger comes Home for Christmas.
©2010 Jodi Olson (P)2011 Jodi Olson
This is the most poorly narrated book I have ever heard! It sounds like someone asked their sister-in-law and the guy next door to come into his basement and record it on his laptop. I could only stand it for about ten minutes, and I had to delete the file. Let this be a lesson to me to always listen to a sample before purchasing any title!
Better narrators and more interesting writing.
It was very simple and predictable.
They don't sound like professional narrators. Kendra Morgan particularly read too slowly as if she was reading to a toddler. I was so frustrated with the narration that I couldn't finish the audio book with only 30 minutes remaining.
Likes to read and now to listen to many different area of books. Interested in more books. Open to suggestions.
I liked the story but not the narrators. Kendra Morgan sounded like a man and she did not stop in some places making the story one long run on sentence. Max Turner was okay but could have done a better job on his own or not used at all. But was much better than Kendra Morgan.
No. Even though the story was good the reading was a great big put off.
Nothing I really liked the story.
better writing more interaction with the main couple and the rest of the family, having the main couple be out in different places not always in the house together.
more personable, couple to be more interactive and be in other surroundings than just the house.
i would want the book more personal, interactive more with the other members of the family
just not impressed by the book did not give me laugh or cry moments.
The narration was so bad that I couldn't get beyond the first chapter
Professional narrators who talk beyond kindergarden level would have helped
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