I really like the book, but the narrator puts me to sleep. Her voice is so monotone and boring. Often while listening have to fight to stay awake. I h..Show More »ate that an enjoyable book such as this one has such an uninteresting narrator. I like how the author includes a character with ADD and how it affects their life.
I love Sherryl Wood's books. This was a good read as a second in the series. I'm anxious to read Book 3. I do have to admit the Grandmother's Irish..Show More » accent was distracting but the Texas accent on the bride of the brother.....the WORST. I'm from Texas and found it very offensive and not at all authentic. Not the author's fault.
I've really been enjoying Sherryl Woods Chesapeake Shore stores and was excited that Mick and Megan were finally going to remarry. I just didn't like ..Show More »the continued lack of trust especialy on Megan's part. If she trusted Mick enough to say yes to his proposal then Connor should not have been allowed to control the situation by his self-centered attitude.
I love the story that Sherryl Woods has created with the O'brien Family. However, I had a hard time listening to this book. Jess seems very immatur..Show More »e and spoiled! I also have a hard time with her feeling sorry about herself and her ADD.
I have read all the O'Brien books and they are pretty good. I felt this one fell short of the punch. It was okay. I am not too disappointed I got it..Show More ». Sometimes I listen to the books more than once.
This was a short book yet it seemed like it dragged a bit. Maybe because it didn't hold my interest and anticipation.
This one I am not sure I will listen to several times. All in all I will be happy to continue with the O'brien family.
A Seaside Christmas (Chesapeake Shores #10) is a light seasonal Christmas read. I would recommend reading the other Chesapeake books in order to keep..Show More » up with the array of O’Brien characters.
The audio book was nicely done and the narrator Christina Traister’s voice was pleasant to get you in the holiday season mood.
As the only child of a single mom, Jenny Collins wanted to be a part of a large family; however, she was jealous and behaved like a brat. After a few years in Nashville she returns to Chesapeake Shores to help her friend Bree with a Christmas production and hopefully make peace with her mother. However Caleb, the country music star who broke her heart by cheating follows her there to try and win back her trust.
As usual the O’Brien’s come together and stick their nose in make things happen to develop a sweet romance.