Nappily Married follows the lovable, sharp-witted Venus Johnston as she strives to make a name for herself while juggling the responsibilities of marriage and motherhood. Former flame Dr. Clint Fairchild just might be the one to give her a hand.
©2007 Trisha R. Thomas; (P)2007 Recorded Books
The lesson I learned from this book is to always listen to the sample offered prior to purchasing.? The plot of the book is weak and predictable, but it could have made good light entertainment if the reader had been able to give the words more life. There were a LOT of pauses that made me wonder if the chapter was finished.?One kind of loses the line of the story with so many long pauses. This is the first time that I got a book that disappointed so much that I only listened to the first part.? I have no desire to finish it.? I'm sorry that it was so poorly presented, because I was really looking forward to listening.
I loved "Nappily Ever After" so I searched for other books by Trisha Thomas and come across the series. I really loved the characters, Venus, Jake, Clint, Trisha but the story got a little confusing. I put it down for a while and came back. Toward the middle of I got a little more interested and couldn't wait to find out who was causing Jackson Memorial to fail. Was there anything between Jake and Trisha,; how was Venus going to continue to work with her ex - finance. By the end it all came together and I found myself saying I thought so. The title was perfect for this story.
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