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How come nobody ever sees Miranda Ogilvy, except the blind neighbor who wants her and the hired henchman who wants her dead? Murder, political corruption, quirky small-town neighbors, and Dave the Wonder Dog work together to make this mystery fun, romantic, full of surprises, and warmly satisfying. Joshua Bennington's unforgettable narration brings the amazing characters to vivid life.

©2015 Delia L Stewart (P)2017 Delia L Stewart

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A Chick Book

My wife and her friends listened to the book and fell in love with the narrator. I am not into romances but felt that I had to rate the audio book on how it went over with the girls.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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A nice cute romance novel

I loved this charming audio-book because I could listen to it with my daughter. Some romance books are almost shameful with so many sex scenes. We both adored the narrator. Joshua Bennington. He has a mesmerizing voice and we were awed at the life he gave the characters.We recommend the audio-book highly and gave it 5 stars.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Charming Romance

The audio book was entertaining and cute. I loved this narration because the narrator gave the characters a distinctive personality.
Loved the audio book and recommend it highly !!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Fantasy/Comedy Romance set in the Florida swamp

Adorable fantasy of boy meets girl. Good story and great narration. Gave it high marks.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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A delightful romance

The story was a delightful clean romance good for all members of our family. Even grandma got a kick out of it. We liked the narrators' characters, they gave the story a little more life! Good audio book for a car trip because the chapters were short. I only like to stop between chapters. The family recommends Finding Miranda and gives it 5 starts. .

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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The invisible Miranda becomes the visible Miranda

A young lady thinks she is invisible to everyone around her but becomes visible when she finds love. The narration of this book was very good, he was able to give the characters life. The story line bounced around a little but then it is a fantasy.. I believe you will find the audio book well worth buying.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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SURPRISINGLY ENTERTAINING

Great audio book. A clean romance. The narration was out standing and the story predictable but entertaining. Buy it you will love it.

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delightful audio-book romance

A nice clean romance set in the back county of Florida. Young lady meets handsome rich blind young man. They fall in love and live happily ever after. Of course they run into problems along the way! That's the story. Simple but charming. It was great to listen to it as I drove to work. .I gave it a 5 because I could easily understand the plot and still drive..

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CINDERELLA LIVES IN A FLORIDA SWAMP

The family listened to a promotional copy of Finding Miranda while we were driving to my parents home some 6 hours away. My husband was not as crazy about it as the girls and I.were. Everyone listened to the audio-book. The story was a clean romance that was very entertaining and delightful and sometimes amusing and charming.. Iris Chacon wrote well and the story has a good flow. The girls and I really liked Mr. Bennington's voice . At first we thought audio book had two or three narrators, but then we realized that all those voices were from Mr. Bennington. That alone gave the audio-book a 5 stars.review.

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Charming and funny romance.

Nice story set in central Florida. Easy to follow story as I was driving to and form work. I loved Dave the dog character and his actions almost human like at times. The narrator, Joshua Bennington I did not really care for the tempo of his reading and voice characterization, but overall I loved the book.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 11-18-17

She knew a scary woman when she saw one.

Had this reader noticed that Finding Miranda was billed as a romance, I almost certainly wouldn't have listened to it - and what a loss that would have been. Yes, it is a love story: the girl no one can see until a gorgeous hunk discovers her hiding behind a castor bean plant, and she, like all the other ladies in Magnolia Street, joins the daily coffee ritual watching him and his giant dog jog past.
It is above all a laugh out loud comedy mixed with mystery, thrills, dastardly deeds and pathos.
Brilliant characterisation, too, especially the dog!

Narrator Joshua Bennington is, quite simply put, superb. And, like the book, extremely quirky, with an unconventional drawling reading, with odd gaps and accents, deep voice and great intonation. It fits the delightfully odd story to perfection. Oh, and special mention must be made of the wonderful doggy 'Groofs'. The addition of an occasional harmonica rift between chapters is the final cherry on the cake.

Ignore the 'romance' label. Weird, wonderful and gloriously funny, this is a book not to be missed.