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Going back to college, hitting the books. That’s Ellen Cunningham’s new life. But money’s a little tight and she’s lucky enough to find inexpensive lodging in a house with three young college boys. Ellen plays housemother, a situation that works for everyone – except Reed Morgan, the absentee owner. He’s not pleased to find his house occupied by a bunch of college kids and Ellen. Especially Ellen.

©2012 Debbie Macomber (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Narration was so rushed, awful to listen to

The story was poorly developed, it held little interest I could not finish it. The narrator spoke so rapidly it was distracting and made it impossible to concentrate.

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An easy fun book to listen too I enjoyed the storyline very much I'm glad I picked it

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Lackluster

Found this book very cliche. I like other Macomber stories much better. wouldn't read again.

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fun!

Fun book to listen to, I was sad to hear it end. Unlike other books where I had to constantly adjust the volume, the narrator has a even volumed voice as she paints the images in your mind through inflection and tone.