©2009 Angela Elwell Hunt; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
Listened to the entire series. they had their ups and downs but for the most part I enjoyed all three of the books and was sorry to come to the end since I had formed an attatchment to the characters. Still think about the books months later and would consider listening to them again. my only draw back was learning a few too many details about the funeral process ie embalming and such. Otherwise it was well written, interesting, believable and fun. There were challanges and sadness too but well written and balanced. (of course this is all my opinion)
West Sunbury, Pa.
This is the third book in the series. Make sure you listen to the first two in order, and then listen to this book.
These books are clean, and make you realize that life has its ups and downs. Keep a few tissues handy. On the flip side, you will also have some chuckles.
I highly recommend these books.
1 - Doesn't She Look Natural
2 - She Always Wore Red
3 - She's In A Better Place
Once again, bad news comes to Fairlawn. This one brings sadness to even me, the reader/listener.
Gerald's daughter and granddaughter come to Fairlawn. His daughter is hoping for some easy money. A funeral business conglomerate seeks to be number one and one of its sales people is looking to purchase Fairlawn. The salesman sees Gerald's daughter outside the business and automatically thinks she is the owner and tries to bargain with her.
Jen takes her exam.
Oh brother! They hear a noise coming from the prep room and spend so much time discussing what to do and answering "Is there a burglar in the house?" that if there is a burglar in the house, they would have enough time to get what they want and leave. Probably have a snack too.
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