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Flirting with Disaster

By: Sherryl Woods
Narrated by: Eve Passeltiner
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There's a fine line between desire and disaster. At least, that's what improper Southern belle Maggie Forsythe thinks when she's unceremoniously dumped by a fiancé even her mother approved of. Maggie has never cared what anyone thinks, so why is she hiding away from her South Carolina Low Country home?

Then an intervention by friends shows her she has options - lots of them! And one includes a man who can make her forget all about being jilted.

But one look at Maggie convinces project foreman Josh Parker that he's cornbread to her caviar. Sure, they have enough sparks to ignite a bonfire, but growing up broke has made him wary of sweet-tea-swilling debutantes. So why is he suddenly singing "Tea for Two"?

©2018 Sherryl Woods (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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great story, bad narrator

loved the story but the narrator was not enjoyable to listen to. her voice just ended up distracting me from the story at times.

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People in Charleston don’t talk like this

The narrator has such a fake southern accent that I couldn’t even finish listening. I do like this author, but she overuses the words, “indignant,” and “incredulous,” to the point I had to stop reading Also, the men who call the women, “sugar,” is just creepy and antiquated. The south has emerged from the civil war and antebellum south and women down here don’t need a man to save us.

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awful narration

the narration was not the best. i almost couldnt listen but i adjusted the speed and made it through. story was cute.

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Didn’t Enjoy Narration

I had enjoyed the first book in the trilogy, and while I did enjoy the story, the narration was very difficult to listen to. Delivery of the narration was very slow and deliberate, almost an over -pronunciation of the words, and little to no realistic inflections.

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Really long story

Several times I asked when does this end - too much nonsense - get to the point. This is the second time I purchased this book in an attempt to complete the series. Just too long.
Narrator tried to add variations for voices but not great. found myself asking who is talking?