3 Men and a Body

Body Movers, Book 3
Narrated by: Maureen Jones
Series: Body Movers, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (228 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Carlotta Wren desperately needs a vacation from her life. So when hunky Cooper Craft invites her to ride with him to Florida for some fun in the sun and a VIP body pickup, it seems like the opportunity she's been waiting for. Until her brother Wesley, eluding an irate loan shark, tags along to play chaperone until they arrive to pick up their VIP body and are greeted by three different men - each one laying claim to the celebutante they've been hired to move.

©2008 Stephanie Bond, Inc. (P)2014 Stephanie Bond, Inc.

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fun listen

love the story line love the people just learn to say garage. kills me everytime its said.

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LOVE Body Movers Series, but....

Fun, fun series! But I dislike the narrator's performance. She sounds Canadian, and as an Atlanta native, irks me that she narrates these books! Her pronunciation of garage is odd, her interpretation of Hannah as a valley girl is distracting and every time she does Coop's voice, it's so quiet I can hardly hear it. These stories are wonderful, but thumbs down on performance.

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The Canadian reader is annoying

You would think they would correct the Canadian readers pronunciations for a character that had lived their entire life in Atlanta.

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It was good

I enjoy the little adventures, or I guess misadventures in these stories. They keep me entertained while I'm traveling. Still annoyed by some of the pronunciations but overall I'm enjoying the series.

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Good story, performance is questionable

Narrator has the most irritating pronunciation on some words, makes me completely crazy. story is great, as always

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Loved it!

This series never disappoints! The Wren Family is so complex. I look forward to the next one in the series!

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body movers

please do a little research before you write these books there's no blood in a body that has been buried it's all drained out they would have had to have checked her hair or her skin tissue her body tissue no blood and a very body

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I love this series.

Where does 3 Men and a Body rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It is in the top 10.

What did you like best about this story?

Solving the mystery of the celebrity death and it being the sister.

What about Maureen Jones’s performance did you like?

She's ok. Her pronunciation of several common words could be a game changer if they were used more. yuck.