A brand-new novel in an original series from popular romance author Molly Harper! When Sadie and Josh compete for the same Kentucky Tourism Commission job, sparks fly - turns out Kentucky really is for lovers.
Sadie Hutchins loves her job at the Kentucky Tourism Commission. Not only could her co-workers double as the cast of Parks and Recreation, but she loves finding the unusual sites, hidden gems, and just-plain-odd tourist attractions of her home state. She’s a shoo-in for the director’s job when her boss retires at the end of the year…until hotshot Josh Vaughn shows up to challenge her for the position.
Josh is all sophisticated polish while Sadie’s country comfort, and the two have very different ideas of what makes a good campaign. So when their boss pits them against each other in a winner-takes-all contest, they’re both willing to fight dirty if it means getting what they want. But it turns out what Josh and Sadie want could be each other - and Josh’s kisses are the best Kentucky attraction Sadie’s found yet!
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Sadie! She's so down to earth and easy to like. Outspoken and frisky. Fun escape stories!
Sadie. see above. and her co-worker that locked her in the closet w/the guy.
All of it. She is believable in her emotions and does well with switching voices.
Let Go of the Corporate World
Just fun, easy listening. Makes everything you should be doing go away.
More Snarky Fun
And One Last Thing
Everything....she's my favorite narrator
Laugh out loud moments
Wish I listened to it earlier, but the name of the book didn't appeal to me.
I would recommend this to a friend looking for a good romance that has an easy story with likable characters that you can root for.
When Josh leaves the fair. It adds to the air of mystery behind what his motivations are through out the story.
Not one in particular. She performed all very well. What she did so very well was accents and when speech was impeded. Like when Sadie held Josh's lips together and he tried to say something or when Josh spoke with peanut butter in his mouth. It truly sounded realistic.
I was not aware this book was written in first person. I generally do not like this as I prefer stories that delve into the thoughts going on in the the other character's heads as well. So I may not have purchased this series had I known. However, I did enjoy this book and will continue with this series.
I love everything Molly Harper! Her wit and storylines always keep me engaged and interested.
Yes, just like all of Molly's other books.
I commute to work four hours a day and Audible has made it bearable for me for the last year.
The main character in this book tried make every sentence a sarcastic joke, very "snarky" and corny humor. There really wasn't much of a story and the characters were detestable.
I would definately preview before purchasing.
The narrator did fine, she didn't have much to work with.
Annoyance and a lot of eye rolling.
It was ok not her best work
SAME OLD ENDING
I dont Know
NO I DIDNT ENJOY THIS BOOK
I love Molly Harper's novels... usually. This one - not so much. The characters, especially the women, had Harper's usual wit but were largely not well rounded out. The story - and at just over 5 hours, I'd call it a novella, rather than a novel - was as thin as gruel and a so full of simply unbelievable bits as to be distracting. She does a nice job introducing us to Kentucky but I was otherwise seriously underwhelmed and disappointed.
I note she's written a second sort novella as a sequel. I won't be spending cash or a credit on it unless, perhaps, if it turns up on a daily deal. And if her novels get any shorter, she's going to have to be reassigned to the short story category.
Amanda Roncini gets full marks for once again nailing a Harper book.
This was another good listen from Molly Harper, however if you were expecting quirky and laugh out loud funny like the Halfmoon Hallow or Werewolf series this isn't it. Don't get me wrong its good, but make sure you know what to expect.
I love the audio version of the book. I love the narrator, as she has been used for other Molly Harper books.
Spoilers: I think the ending ;P I love that the author didn't make it easy on the two main characters.
I love Amanda Ronconi read of the book. She was one of the reasons I felt more comfortable trying a new series by Molly Harper. I heard her on the other Molly Harper books (Jane Jameson/ Half Moon Hollow). I figured even if the story isn't great I know the narrator is.
I can't wait to get the next books in the series.
I am a huge Molly Harper fan even though being English sometimes I do not have a clue what she is talking about. However, humour is humour. You are either funny or you are not. Molly Harper has my type of wit & I really do giggle at her writing. This is a really sweet story which is beautifully read. I would recommend it to anyone.
"The perfect combination of romance and humour"
She is a vital part of the story, it was made to be read by her.
Sadie has been working for the Kentucky Tourism Commission for years and has forgone a love life in return for great friends and co-workers and fun trips to weird and wonderful locations. When Joh interrupts her cosy life by trying to take her job away she sucks in the betrayal and enters a competition that will ensure that one of them is a loser.
Needless to say, Josh is a hunk and Sadie is sweet, funny, and determined. Molly Harper’s books have the same feel to them and they work. She doesn’t need to branch away from a proven formula of humour, humility, and sweet, if a little conflicted romance, because time and time again she hits the spot.
This book is no different in that it made me laugh, made me sigh, and made me look stupid as I walked down the street listening to my audio book. What was different was that I fell in love with the location the book was set in.
"Very Read/Listenable as Always"
This is a book I will listen to again and will put on in the car when my husband and I are travelling. He does not like Vamp/Wolf stories and so this would be fine for both of us. It reaches the Molly Harpers amusing high standard as usual.
I really enjoyed the way Sadie Hutchins fights for what she wants - stands her ground and speaks her mind.
I like Amanda Ronconi she is the voice of Molly Harper
Lovely funny, gentle and entertaining read.
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