For their part, Anna, Lelani, and Megan all have their reasons for wanting to move in: Anna has got to get out from under her overprotective parents; Lelani can't take another day in her aunt's tiny crackerbox house overflowing with toddlers; and Megan needs a place free of her current roommate from Hades.
Though they come with assorted extra baggage filled with broken hearts and dreams, they will discover they also have a vast array of hidden strengths. As they struggle to become the women they want to be, they'll find new hope, and maybe even Kendall will learn a thing or two about life, love, and the true meaning of friendship.
I love this story. It isn't something amazing or world changing, but after reading this series I miss the girls. I feel like I am one of them, and sometimes that is what I look for in a story. That aside this narration was okay. If you have a Spanish speaking character, perhaps you should learn how to pronounce the words written. For example: mija is not pronounced mejia.
Would you try another book from Melody Carlson and/or Brooke Sanford?
I really enjoyed Brooke Sanford's reading of the book. I think Melody Carlson has potential, but the story and characters seemed under-developed. I would listen to Brooke Sanford again.
Would you ever listen to anything by Melody Carlson again?
I might give one more book a try, but if the next one lacks the character development that I enjoy, then probably not.
Have you listened to any of Brooke Sanford’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have listened to her performance of
What character would you cut from I Heart Bloomberg?
Kindle. I would either cut her, or develop her further... she kinda fell flat for me.
Any additional comments?
Potential. I kinda felt like the story just got started when it finished. I would love to see more development of the characters, and the issues they deal with. I would like resolution...