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Friday Dreaming

Narrated by: Penny Scott-Andrews
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
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Shattered dreams and broken promises. Caught between love and loyalty.

Friday is bookish and plain, but she has secretly loved her childhood friend for years. The impossible happens when gorgeous Nick proposes, making her dreams come true. Only he isn’t behaving like a man in love.

Disaster strikes when Friday learns Nick was forced into offering for her to save him from an unsuitable liaison. Her happiness in tatters, she breaks off the engagement. Can Friday’s true worth oust the attraction of her rival’s incomparable beauty? And will Nick learn to value what he’s lost before it’s too late?

©2013 Elizabeth Bailey (P)2019 Elizabeth Bailey

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The plot itself was good but I truly disliked the characters of the story. Friday was weak with no backbone. She allowed herself to bullied, manipulated, insulted and then forgave way too easily. Caro was shrill, overbearing and manipulative. Nick was entirely too arrogant, selfish, self-absorbed and wishy-washy. I won't say more on the rest of the characters.

The narration was what made it tolerable to finish the book.

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  • Thor
  • 06-06-19

Has always been a favourite.

I must admit, I was worried whether it would be as good as the book. However, it was like I had imagined.
It is old fashioned and gentle, but easy to.listen to.
If you are a fan of the author then it is worth buying.