A bad boy, a good girl, and ice cream collide in the best little wedding town in America!
Dahlia Mallard has finally found her destiny - running an ice cream shop in Bliss, the happiest bridal town in the Midwest. Problem is, her heart is bigger than her bank account, and she needs a serious influx of cash to get through the winter. Her last-ditch effort? Convincing country music superstar Billy Brenton to commit to attending her risqué flavor-tasting event to boost ticket sales. But the closest she can get to Billy is his drummer, the womanizing Mikey Diamond.
Mikey loves the ladies, and he makes no secret of it. But he's not such a fan of this town devoted to weddings, love, and marriage. And he's even less of a fan of people using him to get to Billy. When circumstances land Mikey in Dahlia's house, though, all his caution - and all his interest in any other single ladies - flies out the window. Dahlia is quirky and funny and, unlike his usual women, she doesn't tolerate any of his baloney. But when Mikey discovers that Dahlia, too, is using him to get close to Billy, will he take the chance to be her hero instead, or will he revert to his man-whore ways?
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Yes! I loved Karen White's narration.
I loved the unexpected sweetness of Mikey. I loved the romance between Mikey and Dahlia.
Yes, I have. I think this is very comparable to her other performances.
I loved Mikey and Dahlia! Dahlia was so fun and sassy!
This is the third book in the Misfit Brides Series. Dahlia and Mikey’s story is short and sweet. Dahlia is holding on to her business by a hair and is depending on her flavor tasting day to boost her sales. She hopes to get singing star Billy Brenton to attend in hopes of boosting her ticket sales for the event. Mikey is Billy’s friend and drummer in the band. He is also a ladies man and not interested in a serious relationship. Their story is fun, sweet and entertaining. Definitely worth a listen.
Smittened is a blend of whimsical, Irresistible and an all out good time. Definite recommendation.
Dahlia. Her tendency to jump before she completely thinks through is charming but not the smartest. This quality gets her in trouble every time.
I hate to say the narrative didn't work for me. There were moments that I found myself tuning out. Then there were instances were Ms. White turned on the charm. Unfortunately, the charm was few and far between.
I would say no. More charm, less droning would add to my opinion and gain my recommendation. The narrator didn't match the feel of the story.
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