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Penny's gotten herself into another one of her crazy messes. She's broke and about to be evicted. When her online boyfriend suggests they elope, she agrees. Why not? She loves him, even though she hasn't met him, so she blows the last of her cash on a fun Las Vegas wedding. Except, William stands her up and the limo driver picks up the wrong guy. A smokin' hot wrong guy. Too bad she doesn't find out who he really is until after the wedding.

Harrison Williams needs a wife to gain access to his trust fund account. He goes to Las Vegas to meet someone, but there's a mix up and he ends up at the Chapel-O-Love exchanging vows with Penny, a spirited girl in a cheap veil. When they realize the mistake, he convinces her to go back to Bel Air with him to prove that he's married, and he agrees to pretend to be William so her family doesn't have to know about her big mistake. Sounds like a good plan. What could go wrong?

Mistakenly Married is a sweet, clean romantic comedy.

©2016 Victorine E. Lieske (P)2016 Victorine E. Lieske

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Cute and fun romance!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

it was lighthearted, cute and a fun quick read!

Who was your favorite character and why?

The female lead was funny and quirky and made you want to be her friend!

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A great, quick read/listen

I enjoyed this book quite a bit. The characters were great, and there was a lot of humorous scenes in the book. The narrator did a great job telling the story and I'm glad I listened to this book! I will be watching for more books by this author!

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Narrator was great!

I loved the narrator. She did a great job on the various voices and pacing of the book.

As for the book itself, the storyline was okay. The plot was good. As always, this couple could have used some great advice before they reached adulthood. Main great advice: Communicate, communicate, communicate. Talk to each other.

My main issue with the book (besides the communicate one) is that there were a lot of slang words. No, none of them were "bad," but you knew exactly what she meant when she said them. Or what she would have said if the book hadn't been written by a clean author.

I liked the ending, but can't tell you exactly why due to spoilers.

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The worst narrator ever!!

If I wanted to hear a crappy narrator, I'd have read the book myself. Do some authors not listen to the voice reading their words? Sarah May Scotti totally ruined what could have been an ok story. No male voice, horrible female voice and she sounded like she was reading in a tunnel. The story itself needed more depth or something, as it was a so so love story at best, but it had potential had the right narrator read it. Save your credit. This one doesn't deserve to be listened to.

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Not what it seems...

It was really great. The only thing that could've made it better was more text conversations with William to get a sense of why we should like the guy. Other than that, great characters, lots of fun, good, funny, and clean. Also nerdy too...

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Loved it!!

Thank you so much for writing a clean book! It was a sweet story without vulgar language and scenes. A very enjoyable listen!!

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I've found a new author!

WHAT IT'S ABOUT
Penny’s gotten herself into another one of her crazy messes. She’s broke and about to be evicted. When her online boyfriend suggests they elope, she agrees. Why not? She loves him, even though she hasn’t met him, so she blows the last of her cash on a fun Las Vegas wedding. Except, William stands her up and the limo driver picks up the wrong guy. A smokin’ hot wrong guy. Too bad she doesn’t find out who he really is until after the wedding.

Harrison Williams needs a wife to gain access to his trust fund account. He goes to Las Vegas to meet someone, but there’s a mix up and he ends up at the Chapel-O-Love exchanging vows with Penny, a spirited girl in a cheap veil. When they realize the mistake, he convinces her to go back to Bel Air with him to prove that he’s married, and he agrees to pretend to be William so her family doesn’t have to know about her big mistake. Sounds like a good plan. What could go wrong?

MY TAKE
This is a fun story, and I found the main characters very engaging. The differences in their lifestyles and expectations couldn't be much different. Penny's such a sincere and kindhearted girl. She's so different from anyone Harrison's ever known before.

Even though they don't spend a lot of time together in the story, it feels like a longer time because they are in each other's company so much. They each find things to like and admire in the other, and they each become a champion to the other.

While there's a "Sabrina" feel to some elements of the story, it was unique enough in its presentation that it didn't detract from my enjoyment.

The narrator did a decent job with the story. My only complaint would be that the sound was a bit tinny.

4 1/2 stars

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I really enjoyed this book immensely😊😊😊

I was wanting more chapters ,awesome sauce!..I knitted and crocheted while listening and before I knew it , it was done .

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Yahoo, very good

This book was great. I thought Penny and he mistakes were funny. They way she meets Harrison is great. I liked the way Penny and Harrison worked their marriage out. The step Mom sure was mean and hard on them. But the families learned to deal with each other.
This is a clean and very appropriate for everyone. I have enjoyed this writers books and hope you will read more of her work.

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Where does Mistakenly Married rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

At first, I wasn't sure I liked the narrator. But, it didn't take me long to figure out I loved her. A good narrator acts out some of the story and this gal nailed it in the way you're sucked into the story and you forget someone is reading it to you.


Who was your favorite character and why?

Penny is totally lovable and the semi evil stepmother appropriately unlikable. Def a recommended listen.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

The story itself is delightful. The author took an odd scenario and made it believable and fun.