P.S. Pay another visit to Cedar Cove.
©2008 Debbie Macomber; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio
"Prolific Macomber...is known for her honest portrayals of ordinary women in small-town America, and this tale cements her position as an icon of the genre." (Publishers Weekly)
I doubt anything
I have heard better from her - so perhaps yes
I would not have accepted it
Many characters, every one with an interesting story. I enjoyed the story enough to continue with the series, but the narrator sounded just like a telephone operator, mechanical and impersonal. I will read the rest of the series the old fashioned way.
I had read a book by the author prior to this one and broke from my murder mysteries and suspense novels for this. It was a mistake. It's a novel of rather badly misunderstood or mistreated women who have encounters with unrealistically and weakly portrayed men. It's a true confession novel that will put you to sleep or afraid of getting older.
Being a knitter, I have enjoyed Macomber's books in the past. Got this on $4.95 sale. Would be possible to listen to a nice story, but the narrator's tone is that of an old busy buddy with a little bun on top of her head. She simply was too irritating to listen to past Chapter 3. I quit.
A wonderful story that tugs at your heart. I did enjoy this book overall but I had some problems following the central plot because there were so many subplots it got confusing following the storyline at times.
The story at times was very productive all. The inevitable conclusion drug on. The readers voice was very unexcited. The story it's self was OK. There was very little mystery or romance.
I enjoy Ms. Macomber's story lines, but her dialogue is highly improbable. It's stilted and formal. Proper and correct, yes, but much too formal for books like the ones Ms Macomber writes.
TIresome. Her male voices are pompous and forced.
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