When Erin O'Malley agrees to pinch hit for her brother's limo service and drive millionaire JR Stone to the Governor's Ball, she has no clue how crazy her night will get.
Dumped by his fiancéeon the night he's to accept the biggest award of his career, Josh Stone convinces his chauffeur to slip into an evening gown and onto his arm. They fool everyone into thinking they are an item, but once they kiss, there's nothing fake about the chemistry between them.
Can a blue-collar girl really appeal to this multimillionaire, or is Josh only playing for the crowd?
Where does The Chauffeur Wore an Evening Gown rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
In the middle. It's entertaining, and i love the storyline. But the narrater made me want to stop listen to it. But i gave her a chance.
What other book might you compare The Chauffeur Wore an Evening Gown to and why?
Can you keep a secret by Sophie Kinsella. It's not the same storyline, but it's about a girl faling in love whit her boss.
Did Terran McGahae do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
I did not like her. Her voice is to annoying. She speak to fast, and you can't hear what characters she makes.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
No. It was fun, but that was all.
Any additional comments?
I bought this book, because of the tag line. The story is great, and i realy enjoy it. BUT get another narrater. It's like the book is recorded in a big rum. She read and speak to fast. It's a book, not a marathon.
So if you want this book, just know, that you most likely will enjoy the printet version better.
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The content of this book could propbably be quite good, if not for the terrible production and narration.
Terran Mc Gahae sounds like he is sitting in a bathroom, and is in such a rush to get through the story that you are not allowed time to picture scenes in your head.