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Gigi Bassano

Young. Beautiful. Idealistic. Proud. Gigi was raised outside the Andrade clan, but it has left her with an ache she cannot deny. When she's invited to her brothers' weddings, she refuses at first, then changes her mind and attends without telling anyone. She won't let herself love them, but she can't stay away. It's a recipe for disappointment and heartbreak...especially when she throws herself at her brother's best friend, Kane.

Kane Sander

Sexy, rich, loyal, protective. He shouldn't want her. But he will. He should stay away from her. But he won't. Love doesn't follow anyone's rules. Deny it. Run from it. Love always finds a way.

©2015 Ruth Cardello (P)2016 Ruth Cardello

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WHY

First of all, as many others have said, why is there a different narrator for the last book in the series, and more importantly, why doesn't she pronounce Edinburgh correctly? I'm only about half way through but that is driving me CRAZY. It's Edin-boro. Not Edin-burg. Also, there are a bunch of characters that are supposed to have a variety of European accents (namely the heroine, who is Italian) but sound like they are from the midwestern United States. Honestly, if this was a book about people from the midwest or even if everyone was American it probably wouldn't be as bad. She's not a terrible narrator, just not good for this book.

That being said, the story isn't great. Maybe it will pick up, but it seems like an afterthought to the rest of the series. I feel like Gigi's character could have been eliminated entirely and the series could have ended with the last book.

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Narrator makes the men sound like chipmunks. Should have used the narrator from the previous stories. It would have made this book more enjoyable. It was hard to get through.

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Horrible Impressions

Would you try another book from Ruth Cardello and/or Robin Rowan?

Ruth Cardello yes but Robin Rowan no

Would you recommend Loving Gigi to your friends? Why or why not?

Yes, it a good story

Would you be willing to try another one of Robin Rowan’s performances?

No way. Her impressions were way off the mark.

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Love Love Love

I want more. I hope there is more too come. Love were you are taking us.

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The narrator couldn't be worse. Awful.

I've purchased all 5 in this series. I love the stories and characters. This narrator made this book nearly impossible to enjoy. Not only were the different voices grating and awful, they were not consistent with the characters and other books. I can't express how disappointed that I am with the narration. I wished I would not have purchased the audible version and just read the book.

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Not a fan of this narrator 😕

If I buy any more of this series, it will be in book form. It is easier to skip ahead that way....the narrator was awful! All the women sounded like bubble headed bimbos, and while some of the men's voices were ok, The voice of Alessandro resembled a cartoon character. I would much rather have someone just straight up read from the book than be irritated by the voices.

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poor narration

The book out shines the audio version. The narrator has eliminated all ethnic accents. British educated main Character sounds like she grew up in Cleveland. Italian uncles have changed their accents to sound S if they were born in Alabama!. Save your money.

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the story was great but the reading was horrible

this is the final in an awesome series and story was ok, just ok. Gigi was way too winey and definitely not ready for a real man which she got.

the story reading however is definitely the worst I have ever herd and I am an avid book reader. I see myself listening to the others for many years to come but not this one, it will only be read.

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Good book with loving characters

Gigi was insecure with her place in the Andrade's family.
After coming to her brothers wedding and being swept off her feet by the handsome Kane, she faces her life with the hope to be able to fit and be accepted by them. Lovely story!!

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Disappointed in narrator

I feel books in a series should all be narrated by the same person. Four of the five in this series were; the last was terrible. It was like meeting the characters all over again. Instead of the characters being portrayed as wealthy Italians the narrator portrayed them as blue collar Americans....very disappointed.