Great start to sweet & fun series! This was a good "fluffy" kind of read, with a lot of steam too! The characters were very likable. The Narrator was ..Show More »ok, not my favorite but good enough to make me finish this in one sitting. Worth the credit if you like a sweet romance.
This is the 2nd book in the Sullivan's series and it was everything I hoped it would be. I really liked Marcus, he's the eldest of the Sullivan kids a..Show More »nd he's got the "in control" thing going on =) The narrator did a good job too. I think I would have liked it better read by a male narrator but I tend to like male narrators for strong male characters. This is typical romance story and completely worth the credit!
If you're anything like me, then you'll want passion, a great emotional storyline, a handsome hero, some hot and heavy and great characters from your ..Show More »romance downloads and this has it all in buckets.
I'm loving this series and can't wait to ride the emotional roller coaster from the next Sullivan offspring and I'm soooo thankful it's a big family so there's plenty more to come.
Worth a credit? Hot sexy fireman rescues damsel in distress errr that would be a YES.
There are Sullivan twin girls. We met Naughty in a previous book. This one is all about Nice. Sophie had a crush on Jake since she was five. It's time..Show More » for Sophie to step-up and boat the man she has been in love with since forever. And when she steps out, watch out! This is a sweet novel. Andre did a fabulous job and creating a three dimensional character in Sophie Sullivan. There are numerous times in this book that you will tear up so be on your guard. You don't want to be driving and listening, if you are you might have to pull over.
I am a solid fan of this series. After the first four books, I can't put them down. I'm on to book five. Give it a listen.
Zach is a mechanic. Okay he owns 30+ mechanic shops and is independently wealthy. When Summer foists a puppy on Zach to take care of, well the story o..Show More »pens up from there. As usual the plot is great and the twists that go around it make it interesting. Heather, the dog trainer, is a handful and is quitre endearing in this novel. Yup, its a bit formulaic in parts, but who doesn't like a puppy! Especially a puppy as great as Cuddles. I also liked they way she used a metaphor of Atlas and Cuddles. You'll have to read this one to know what I mean here.
Kaminsky does a great job. People who are hooked on the series won't be disappointed. Go back and read them all. I want to see how all the family members pan out. A Big thumbs up.
This book gets you from the very first sentence. Who does not love friends, unrequited love, and journey towards love? Who? Not me. I love this story ..Show More »line. In my option, this trope never gets old if done with any sort of care. Vicki Bennett goes on a long journey away from Ryan eventually coming back. Sure she has things to work out. Ryan knows what he wants and he is going to get it. Also, Vicki is a definite hero in this book in her own right. Two strong personalities.
The Sullivan family continues to get better and better as these books progress. In this book we meet one of the Seattle Sullivans. I assume when the 8 kids are all happy, Andre will start working on another branch of the family tree. Can't and don't want to think about that. I want to focus on the next in the series. This is another thumbs-uber-up.
Valentina had Smith form the start. In this seventh novel, we get to see her come to that realization and struggle what it means. Of course Valentina ..Show More »has a lovely sister who is Smith co-star and a dozen years younger than he. This novel is not about jealousy though. This story is told with another story playing out. It is in an interesting juxtaposition which befits the main character's story.
The female love interest is a particularity strong. There were a number of places where Andre could have made it trite, but she averted it from happening. Kaminsky turns in another strong narration. The Sullivans continue to be great listens. Thumbs up.
I made it through. This last book is a fitting capstone. It brings Mary Sullivan back to where she meets the love of her life Jack. As with all other ..Show More »novels, the romance is fast and takes place within minutes of the opening chapter. It a nice story. The tension in this story is far less in the previous eight books because you know what is going to happen. You are going to need Kleenex to get the Prologue so be forewarned.
I know there are a Sullivan series in Seattle and in New York. But I am going to take a break for a few months and let the series settle. Mary and her family was too perfect. If I go and start the other ones, I can't help but wonder if I'll be let down or angry that I won't hear about the exploits of the San Fran Sullivan. Give this a listen.