Just days after Josie is the last-minute bridesmaid at a massive Boston Brahmin wedding, the lovely bride dies on her honeymoon at an exclusive Arizona resort. The mother of the bride thinks Josie, with her... unique people skills, can find out what really happened. Josie discovers the dead bride may not have been the first dead girl. And to Josie's horror, the killer has set his sights on her next.
©2013, 2014 EM Kaplan (P)2015 EM Kaplan
The story was pretty terrible and horribly slow. I did listen to the entire thing, but I had to keep checking the time left because I just wanted it to be over! It was really anticlimactic and full of clichés. I was very disappointed in the story. However, I feel that the narrator made the book much worse than it actually was. All of the voices sounded the same, and the narrator barely put any inflection into any of her voices. It was a pretty awful experience. It was so monotonous that I actually forgot that I was listening to a book a few times and zoned out. It was like some monks chanting for a few hours. Terrible unless you tone them out and make them background noise for something fun. Overall, I will not read/listen to this author again and I will most CERTAINLY NOT listen to anything by this narrator. I'm pretty upset that I even paid for this book. Lesson learned, I suppose.
Josie Tucker is a fun and realistic character. I like the way she interacts with other characters. I couldn't put this book down. I look forward to the next book.
Yes, good listen.
The main character Josie, because she is so real.
Sunny Lu, brought all the characters to life.
The mother! Incredible.
Very enjoyable listen.
Yes. The story kept me engaged the whole way through.
The unfolding self knowledge of the main character - good character development.
Not sure if I have listened to her before. I liked the narrator she was a good choice for this story.
I did get anxious during the digging her own grave part of the story- good tension created.
"fiesty,witty reporter with a nose for trouble!"
up there with the best , sunny lu's narration was sublime
i loved this tale of a food critic with digestive issues but with a feisty uncompromising nature , i found the main characters endearing and more than one 1 liner that had me actually laughing out loud!
i thought the story held together very well and i found myself drawn in and anticipating what would happen next whilst willing Josie to get her man in more ways than one!
thoroughly good read!
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