Annabelle Pearson was in love. For three years, she'd worshipped the sexy but aloof Nicholas Nattrass from afar, wistfully dreaming of a time when he'd love her back, or at the very least notice she existed. All that was about to change, however, when she starts seeing things that she shouldn't, things that couldn't possibly exist, like the Grim Reaper and the Tooth Fairy, for example. The last straw comes when she spots Cupid, about to shoot his arrow at her beloved, and in a desperate bid to save her dream, she wallops him one with her handbag.
Dealing Cupid an almost fatal blow means someone has to take his place, and that someone is her! Will she complete her mission and save Cupid's life? And will she manage to win the love of Nicholas Nattrass, or would the esteemed "Doctor Love" have her committed to an insane asylum?
©2015 Sharon Karaa (P)2016 Sharon Karaa
Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
Never trust a book that calls itself "laugh out loud funny". Mildly amusing but not really funny.
Easy going listener, I only write reviews is the book is really good or really bad.
I have listened to 600+ books on audible and I only write reviews for really good ones and really bad ones. I'm pretty easy going regarding so-so narrators, but this one was really awful. I was going to ask for a refund, but I held on because I was sick with head cold and was too lazy to get a new book.For some reason, the narrator didn't pause at the end of sentences. The entire book was read as one long run on sentence. It's hard to listen to books like that. The story was okay, cute and funny.
the main character was surrounded by funny, foul-mouthed secretary women. They were a hoot.
Honestly, anyone that knows the English language well would do. Any person that knows how to pause at the end of a sentence. The blame should really go on the producer. Producing takes more than just one person, others must of heard her. It's the fault of everyone.
gosh, umm, no. Sorry.
If you like romantic comedy, I really like Molly Harper. Her characters are funny and likable and the narrator is excellent!
No. I can't stand the way there are no pauses and everthing sounds like a run on sentenece its kind of like the narrator forgot she can pause and emphasize punctuation like a period or comma
Not anything by these women.
No, my ears are bleeding already!
Please dear god tell me this is the only book she's gotten her hands on?
For the story itself, yes. I really enjoyed the story. It did have some funny moments. Did I laugh out loud? 'Fraid not. Did I chuckle? Yea a time or two.
She spoke way too fast. Her sentences ran together too much and she sounded a lot older than the character was portrayed to be. Even my husband complained about it.
No, probably not.
Nice story as a whole.
The characters come alive in this book. Plus they're relatable to us and all our wishes and dramas. Plan on listening a second time to make sure I didn't miss one minute of this delightful happy little book. Ms. Karaa gets better with every book, plus the narrator Ms Brogan did a wonderful job. Thank you ladies...
I'd like to say every book is the same as another but this one is so very original. There were times I was skeptical. Also- there was a time after I listened where I was actually angry- in a good way it turned out because I know I would listen again!
i actually listened to it and forgot i had and started again. did not leave a mark on my brain. cute and ok one for a trip if you just have to.
I couldn't get past the first chapter listening to Mae Brogan. This is the first audio book I have not been able to force myself to listen to and I tried, I really did. This seemed like it would be a great story but I'll have to read it instead. So disappointed and frustrated I wasted a credit on it.
Another narrator? The narration was just awful.
A wonderful story that kept me laughing the entire time! Looking forward to more of Sharon Karaa on Audible!
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