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If the Shoe Fits

Narrated by: Kelsey Navarro
Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
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Jana Fleischer loves her life - wonderful family, best sister in the world, awesome soon to be sister-in-law, fabulous job, and a never-ending stream of men to chew through and spit out. So what if everyone says she’s too picky and she’s never had a real relationship?  

When a chance meeting with Brooke Donnelly leaves Jana literally and figuratively off-balance, it doesn’t take long for her initial annoyance to turn into the first sparks of friendship. Jana always thought she was happy with her life, but the more time she spends with Brooke, the more she realizes something is missing. And maybe not just in the friendship department. 

 But how do you make that leap when you’ve never even considered kissing a woman, and have spent your whole life avoiding romantic commitments? Being brave, taking the first step, and admitting she wants to try to make things work with Brooke is only the beginning. Whether it’s the beginning of a disaster - or everything Jana hadn’t realized she wanted - depends on if Brooke can also be brave enough....

©2019 E. J. Noyes (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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very good

so this was really good. not my favourite though. it gets 4.5 for story and 3.5 for narration from me. i loved the character of Jana from the Ask tell series, so it was cool to read a story about her. what i didnt love: the constant self reflection was a bit heavy handed/intense at times. the narrator had the right voice quality and she was really good. but i personally can't stand someone pronouncing 'a' 'ay' all the time. for eg a book is ay book, ay girl ay while etc. all the way thru. and mispronounciations like 'langorious'. nope ow my ears. its a personal thing, so ignore me if that type of rhing doesnt bother you.

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So Good

I loved this book so much. It was my favorite of the series by far. I love the relationship between Sabine and Jana and it was amazing to see it from Jana's point of view this time.

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Another fabulous release from E.J. Noyes!

E.J. Noyes has quickly become one of my favorite lesfic writers. Her books are all so freaking good - and this one is no exception. I'm definitely going to buy the paperback as well but was impatient and elected to start with the audiobook.
First - I'll say I did miss Abby Craden narrating it since she'd done the first two in this series (and all of E.J.'s other books.) Though I know she can't do them all, she had so beautifully voiced Ask, Tell and Ask Me Again and I would have loved for her to do this one too. THAT SAID - Kelsey Navarro did a good job. She's a new narrator for me. The story was so great - and so humorous - that I was in, in, in the whole time. Completely invested. Noyes writes romances so beautifully - and the sex scenes are always ridiculously hot. What makes this series extra special is the loving relationship between sisters Sabine and Jana. They have the kind of relationship everyone wishes they had with their siblings. And there's just so much love between the family and friends in general. And Sabine and Rebecca? Swoon, swoon. It's Jana's story, but we get to enjoy those lovelies some in this release. Overall, great, great. Wonderful story, loved getting to know Jana better, loved Brooke, just loved it in general. 1000 percent recommend!

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Love it

An utterly happy book and a perfect closure of the Ask, Tell series of the author - only with a much better narrator!

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Absolutely LOVED the story!

Out of the series, this ended up being my favorite. This book was full of humor, self deprecation, love and romance. I highly recommend!

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Great!

I loved If the Shoe Fits. Loved the main characters. Loved the tie in with characters from previous books. Kelsey Navarro does an excellent job with the narration.

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awesome book

EJ has a way with stories...i love her books...I can't wait for the next one!!

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  • Sarah
  • 11-27-19

Brilliant, moving, funny, grown up!

EJ Noyes is rapidly becoming one of my favourite writers in this or any genre.
Her writing is just superb. Her characters have huge depth, they are flawed people who have problems and don't or can't always see their way through them, at least without help.
I loved this book, partly because it features characters from Ask Tell, and Ask Me Again, her novels about Sabine and Rebecca... frankly it was such a delight to my heart to spend some happy time with Sabs and Becca after the traumatic events of the previous books. I am very fond of those two, so it was great to know they are doing fine.
The main character of this book is Sabine's younger sister, Jana, who is an important minor character in the other two books. I want to thank EJ for this, since she could have written about totally new characters, but it was so great to have this special Sabs and Becca time.
Anyway, you don't need to have read the first two books to understand this one, it's a totally separate story, but if you haven't read them... YOU TOTALLY SHOULD!
But, back to this one; I've now listened to it twice, (ej noyes' books always are worthy of multiple listens) and there are so many things to like. The characters are beautifully rounded and detailed, Jana is clever and witty, and the interaction with her sister is a joy to listen to. The love story is fantasy fulfilment (obvs} but still utterly believable and given time to develop. The confusion, doubt and joy of the two protagonists is lovely to read/listen to.
I also loved the reader, she was fantastic. Abby Craden is always great, and read Ask Tell so well, but finding another reader here, who is so good, has given a new voice to Jana, which is important. Obvs, this book has the usual adult scenes, which are beautifully in context and detailed...
I loved this listen, thanks EJ...!

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  • ClaireLJS
  • 12-02-19

Perfect

I very much enjoyed Kelsey Navarro’s narration of E. J. Noyes’ latest book. Jana’s irrepressible nature was captured with skill, pitched perfectly against Brooke’s quiet, shy character. I loved it!

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  • debrat
  • 11-26-19

Happy Ever After Feeling

Overall the story is a fitting legacy from Ask Tell and Ask Me Again by E J. So first bit of advice is you need to listen to both those stories, before you listen to If the Shoe Fits. Now... The only thing that has left me wanting with this story is the narration. Whilst a solid performance by the narrator the voices are all wrong and it left me wanting to hear Sabs, Bec’s and Janna’s (Abbey Craden voices). But having said this definitely worth listening to as it is a beautiful story and a fitting end for Sabs and Bec. Still my favourite series, If the Shoe Fits had me laughing with tears of joy.