Isaac and Stacy Montgomery have been married for ten years. They have a beautiful new baby girl, Isaac's construction business is thriving, and Stacy enjoys being a stay at home mom, reviewing sexy romance novels for her blog. With a very large extended family, and the many privileges they enjoy, Stacy will be the first to admit that they are blessed beyond measure. When suspicious phone calls and text messages begin, Stacy questions Isaac's faithfulness for the first time in their marriage. She knows that a new baby brings changes into a relationship, but has the stress of parenthood sent Isaac into another woman's arms, threatening to destroy their marriage? This With Me in Seattle novella shows us a glimpse into Jules' brother, Isaac, and his wife Stacy's lives, introduces us to some new characters, and reminds us of what it means to reconnect with the person you love the most, even if they never left in the first place.
©2012 Kristen Proby (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
No not at all. The print version was much better. I have always said the narrator can hurt a story and this is a great example of that. Great story just totally wrong narrator.
Stella Bloom, Mindy Kennedy, Fran Jules. Eric Michael Summerer was ok but did not like Jennifer Mack at all. Ruined the story for me.
The male voice of narrator is had to handle. Wish the voice had been reconsidered before release. If the character had the voice of the epilogue narrator. This made listening tough. The story would have been better with the narration improved.
I listened to this one out the sequence order but it was on par with the others for sure! Loved it!
When Issac was sending text messages to Stacey as she was shopping.
Yes, I enjoyed them in Come away with me as well
Yes, i listened to it in one sitting it is only a couple of hours long.
Will do anything for books!
This is a must read for every married woman who has ever had children :) Love Issac and Stacy, this is a good short an a nice look into a great secondary couple from the previous book. The Jennifer Mack's voice for Issac is painful but I'd still recommend the book.
Not if the language is still "rated R".
Probably not. I was expecting a fun, clean romance.
Not bad narrators, but not outstanding.
I would clean up the language.
It was a cute short story.
What happened? Is this the same female narrator from Come Away With Me? The way she did the male voices sounded like evil men with ugly raspy voices. Horrible!!!!! It ruined the story. I should have just read this one. Ugh, it's just so bad. What a waste of my money.
n/a - too short to be a movie
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