Songwriter Dylan McCoy has been burned. By her boyfriend she found in her bed...with someone else. By the contract she signed that obligates her to work with him until the songs for his new album are complete. By her agent when she asked Dylan to keep their breakup on the down-low. When she finds herself in Sunnyville, she refuses to let her new roommate burn her too. Still...a rebound has never looked so good.
If you could sum up Combust in three words, what would they be?
Love story interesting. Sexy
What other book might you compare Combust to and why?
Look I don’t compare books. This book was well written. Really interesting characters. Sex wasn’t over the top. But it was hot. Not your typical story and yet it had typical components this is the 2nd book I was able to gett thru narrated by S York. I don’t care for his voice. But maybe because him reading erotica makes me want to throw up. I love Andi Arnt,.
What does Sebastian York and Andi Arndt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
See previous paragraph
Nobody loves an honest man, or that was what police sergeant Hamish Macbeth tried to tell newcomer Paul English. Paul had moved to a house in Cnothan, a sour village on Hamish's beat. He attended church in Lochdubh. He told the minister, Mr. Wellington, that his sermons were boring. He told tweedy Mrs. Wellington that she was too fat and in these days of increasing obesity it was her duty to show a good example. Angela Brody was told her detective stories were pap for the masses and it was time she wrote literature instead. He accused Hamish of having dyed his fiery red hair.
What disappointed you about Death of an Honest Man?
It was a book absolutely over packed with stories. I guess it was Hamish willingness to be so lawless . It wasn’t like his normal harmless skirting, it was full on. I was just disappointed with the side shown in this book.
Has Death of an Honest Man turned you off from other books in this genre?
Any additional comments?
I really didn’t think it was worth the credit but I love Grahame Malcolm’s narration.
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A former Navy SEAL, Cole Makani Hunter has returned home from a disastrous black ops mission without his best friend, his hearing, or the use of his right arm. So when his ex - commanding officer assigns him to an undercover mission at a rehab center for vets to discover who leaked sensitive military information to an enemy, he'd rather be anywhere but there. Almost immediately, Cole finds himself at odds with Annie Murray - a peace-loving ecotherapist.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, interesting, intriguing. Kinda scary. Interesting characters.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Cole, very interesting .
Have you listened to any of Sarah Naughton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, I don’t think I have heard this narrator before. She did an exceptionally good job with each. Haracter giving them personality, reall difference so you could picture who is talking. Very very goo. Narration can be key in an audio book.
Any additional comments?
I recommend this book even though I usually cannot listen to stalker books. This one hooked me. None of the characters were perfect, no one had a easy time of it but they persevered.
Bliss York didn't live a normal teenage life. It had all been taken from her the fall that she was 15 years old and she was given the diagnosis no one ever wants to hear. She had leukemia. Seven years after spending a summer with a girl who he knew would always be his first love and the one who got away, Nate Finlay returns to Sea Breeze to help his fiancé open her new boutique clothing store. When the new employee walks in, Nate is taken back seven years to the girl he thought he'd love forever. The one who never answered his calls or returned his texts.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I didn’t enjoy the dialog. Maybe this is Ya but nothing worked together for me. The dialog, the complications, the male narrator , who sounded like he could have been her father. I didn’t like it.
Clara Kelley is not who they think she is. She's not the experienced Irish maid who was hired to work in one of Pittsburgh's grandest households. She's a poor farmer's daughter with nowhere to go and nothing in her pockets. But the other woman with the same name has vanished, and pretending to be her just might get Clara some money to send back home.
I enjoyed this story very much. The characters were believable and the epilogue answered myself question about where the inspiration was born.
I cannot say I didn’t like the narrator. She gave each person a very good voice. But something in her speech pattern, or high notes, bothered me. I was not able to listen in one start but that is not so bad.
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After spending time combatting terrorists in Malaya, James Dering returns to Scotland. He starts a new life at Mureth House, the home of his aunt and uncle, Mamie and Jock Johnstone, where he hopes to learn to be a farmer. But he soon learns that picking up farming isn't an easy task and is made even more complicated by the unexpected ups and down of rural village life. Sheep-stealing crooks, village gossip, lovestruck teenage runaways, and a brunette bombshell all disturb the peaceful solitude James had willingly signed up for.
What made the experience of listening to Music in the Hills the most enjoyable?
If you are sick listening to the F word every sentence and you don’t want to think that men think only about sex and if you cannot stand Sebastian York’s voice this might be the series for you. I listened all the way through . It has a good story, it is of another time and it is beautiful. Hardworking folks, considerate, caring. Beautiful setting. Some intrigue.
I didn’t love the narration all the time, but it was good.
Though Polly is busy keeping up with the demands of the season, she still makes time for her beekeeper boyfriend, Huckle. She's especially happy to be celebrating the holiday this year with him and can't wait to cuddle up in front of the fireplace with a cup of eggnog on Christmas Eve. But holiday bliss soon gives way to panic when a storm cuts the village off from the mainland. Now it will take all of the villagers to work together in order to ensure everyone has a happy holiday.
This book was exactly what I needed. I love these characters, what a mish mash with little and yet so much to recommend them. Perfect story for this time of the year. I cannot do the things I once did so easily, this book took my mind right into it and thoroughly entertained me. Thank you truly.
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East London, 1888 - a city apart. A place of shadow and light where thieves, whores, and dreamers mingle, where children play in the cobbled streets by day and a killer stalks at night, where bright hopes meet the darkest truths. Here, by the whispering waters of the Thames, Fiona Finnegan, a worker in a tea factory, hopes to own a shop one day, together with her lifelong love, Joe Bristow, a costermonger's son. With nothing but their faith in each other to spur them on, Fiona and Joe struggle, save, and sacrifice to achieve their dreams.
Amazing writing, characters, events. Could not stop listening. So Well worth the credit. Narrator was good .
Meredith and Nina Whitson are as different as sisters can be. One stayed at home to raise her children and manage the family apple orchard: the other followed a dream and traveled the world to become a famous photojournalist. But when their beloved father fails ill, Meredith and Nina find themselves together again, standing alongside their cold, disapproving mother, Anya, who even now, offers no comfort to her daughters
Where does Winter Garden rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Even if this is a novel u know this has happened somewhere to someone therefore it is so hurtful.
Kyle McKallister has lived his life in the shadows. Younger brother to one of the world's most elusive and embattled celebrities, Kyle has carved out a comfortable existence touring with his famous brother and living in the lap of luxury with no commitments or plans of his own, only a deep, haunting loyalty to his brother. But his life is about to be shaken up when the opportunity comes to compete on a popular reality show.
What did you love best about The Theory of Second Best?
This book could have been so boring but it so was NOT. So many quickly characters that developed, gave you another take on reality tv. This book is laugh out loud funny with a lot of heart. I really enjoyed this book.
What does Zachary Webber and Andi Arndt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I love this pair together as narrators. Their voices are just current and youthful. They deliver the lines so YOU can enjoy them.
Any additional comments?
Buy it and be surprised