©1992 Debbie Macomber (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
If it weren't for wanting to hear the story I would have stopped listening.
I did not enjoy her male voices, especially the main character. He sounded like an old smoker, which I could not transform into a handsome young man in my imagination!
Without a doubt
This is a sweet and caring story that will make you laugh and cry. I was thoroughly immersed in the tale and Other than being told to their kids on Christmas Eve this isn’t an overly Christmasey tale (and maybe not a story you’d want to tell your kids). It’s a brilliant tale for all times of year.
The contrast between the two main characters is quite striking. They are completely opposite of each other, yet fit together perfectly. They balance each other out quite well. I appreciate how they were developed as well. They aren’t perfect. Macomber is sure to show both sides of their characters, the good and the bad. She also takes the time to develop her supporting cast without having them overshadow the main characters at any point in time.
A lovely, easy to listen to story.
A loving family
Gave a warm fuzzy at the end
When he was sick just like a man
It made me laugh
Great listen and great narrator
didn't care for the narrator, and the story drug on and on
not very engaging story at all....
"how did mum meet dad."
if you want a romance where the outcome is told at the beginning and its a case of going from a to b then this is the story for you.
the narrator did the children's voices and female voices well but the male ones weren't very good.
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