Grayson McDonough has no use for teal ribbons, 5k runs, or ovarian cancer support groups now that his beautiful wife Jenna is gone. But their nine-year-old daughter Sadie seems to need the connection.
When Annabelle Curtis, the beautiful cancer survivor organizing the memory quilt project for the Ovacome support group, begins to bring out the silly and fun side of his precious daughter again, Gray must set aside his own grief to support the healing of Sadie's young heart. But is there hope for Gray's heart too along the way?
Love it. My husband and I have listened to it twice. Really love this author.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I absolutely love the story. I think it's sweet, inspiring, and well-written. However, the performance of the narrator is not the best. In fact, when it comes to the narrator characterizing the child, the performance is downright annoying and obnoxious. It's so sad because the story itself is excellent! I still recommend it, but perhaps as a book rather than an audio.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Jennifer Nittoso?
I have two favorite narrators: Kirsten Potter (she's excellent, especially differentiating all the different voices, including male voices) and Mary Sarah Agliotta (who is divine). For this story, I would definitely choose Kirsten Potter.