Waverly is the kind of person who could be anyone’s good friend. She is kind and considerate; fun, witty, and a bit of a cross between Lucille Ball a..Show More »nd Bridget Jones in terms of embarrassing situations in which she seems to find herself.
The second book in the “Waverly Bryson” series, by Maria Murmane and narrated by Julia Whelan is a delightful, light-hearted listen that I would recommend as credit worthy. Enjoy!
Ms. Waverly Bryson, everyone’s favorite self sabotaging female stereotype, is still our heroine, and this time is not only battling herself, but now s..Show More »he is rivaling TV show host, Wendy. Wendy is a southern bell and, bless her heart, has a vendetta against Waverly. Waverly works through the ongoing battle with Wendy, her relationship with Jake, and moving away from home to live in NYC. Even though she left San Francisco, she hasn’t lost touch with her old friends, and even makes some new ones.
I think as I work through this series, the narration really wears on me, and I have to listen to the book in shorter intervals, but I’ve made it this far, so I might as well finish the series!
As I’ve said before, I like something that is a bit mindless (lacks depth in plot) and it’s perfect for when I need a break from some of the other books I listen to.
Excellent combination of fairy tales & real life, with lots of laughs & a few tears. Added bonus, a great narrator. The character & her friends evolv..Show More »e so much that I can easily see this series continuing on & I hope it does. I'll be listening.