Manhattan-raised, marketing and promotion impresario Audrey Holtz has taken her friend's belt buckles from Music City boutique favorites to home shopping channel wait-list-only items. But she's traded in her high-power stilettos for Sketchers ‘cause her feet are swollen and killing her. Pregnancy is a bitch, especially when you've assumed a false identity to dodge paparazzi on account of your Ponzi-scheming parents.
Nashville TN homebuilder Damian Baker is screwed and not in the construction sense of the word. Who would have thought the first room he'd be designing and building for his dream home would be a nursery...for his and Audrey's twins? But he's hell-bent on providing well for and protecting the woman he loves plus the children he can't wait to meet.
Audrey and Damian may not be able to hide from the camera lenses, the baby blues, and belt buckle mania, although they can hide behind their love. But is their love strong enough to deflect the blinding glare of the spotlight?
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Listening t a book is always time well spent
If you’ve listened to books by D. D. Scott before, how does this one compare?
My least favorite of the three books but still enjoyable
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Would you try another book from D. D. Scott and/or Christine Padovan?
I like the series, but the reader sucks, that is the main reason I would not buy another of her books. She is trying to hard when she reads.
What did you like best about this story?
the story was good, not the problem
What didn’t you like about Christine Padovan’s performance?
Did Buckles Me Baby inspire you to do anything?
not an inspirational
Any additional comments?
Hope she gets a different reader for future books
0 of 4 people found this review helpful