A Christian Inspirational Romance
Widowers Maggie O'Brien and Carson Jennings are both on a journey to rediscover who they are. Maggie, an adventurous former pastor's wife of thirty-nine years, hopes to find closure in the place she and her husband spent their honeymoon. Carson, a retired judge, is living his lifelong dream of traveling across the U.S. in his RV. When their paths cross in the tranquil setting of Mason Springs, New Mexico, love is the last thing that either of them expects to find.
When this mismatched pair comes together, they find themselves in some hilarious and even precarious situations. As the romance begins to blossom, they face many obstacles that threaten to tear them apart, and what Maggie discovers about herself in New Mexico will redefine her future and alienate one of her children.
©2010 Anne Patrick (P)2014 Anne Patrick
First let me say, the story was really sweet. However, I may have missed it because the narrator was really lacking! Tried to listen with my husband on a trip but had to turn it off because of the narrator. I later bit the bullet and listened alone. I would recommend READING the book. It is worth the read!
Reservations for Two was a fun read. Carson and Maggie have both lost the loves of their lives but haven't given up on living life for the fullest. I loved how the author included the families. It was fun getting to know everyone and I related well with the problems Maggie faced.
Maggie was a blast! Her spirit and outlook on life is amazing. A wonderful inspiration!
Rosie Wolf Williams has a beautiful voice and I loved how she told the story.
When Maggie and her daughter finally talked things out it was very emotional scene for me. Also, the scene of Carson and his granddaughter.
It's had to find good clean romances today. Reservations for Two was such an enjoyable read. It made me laugh and cry. Both Maggie and Carson are realistic characters with real life problems. The storyline drew me in quickly and I didn't want the book to end. I could totally relate to them and was cheering them on from the moment they met. A fun adventure for anyone who enjoys Christian romance.
I loved Maggie's spunk. Who wouldn't love a rollerblading granny. The love she has for God and her family is evident throughout the book.
I haven't listened to any of narrator's other books but I enjoyed her performance on Reservations for Two.
Life is full of second chances!
My husband & I listen together since we retired & are together most of the time so we usually listen to mostly murder mysteries. This story is filled with adventure, love, faith, wisdom & humor. I really enjoyed it (and he admitted he did, too.) Fun to read about people near our age we can relate to. I recommend it for all.
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Lack of interesting dialogue, plot or characters.
I am not easily turned off by a poorly written book from a genre; however, I probably will not buy others by this author unless a read a sample.
If the story had been better may be the performance would not have been so lacking in delivery.
I was very disappointed with the book after I keep listening. I even skipped parts hoping the plot would pick up. I wasn't hooked.
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