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Starting a new life in a new city is never easy, but Kelsey Peterson is managing. She owns her own specialty shop, she's made some new friends, and she's finally feeling like she's ready to put down some roots in this small Chicago suburb. She's even struck up some regular flirtatious banter with that sexy blonde she continually runs into at Starbucks. But when her business and personal life unexpectedly collide, Kelsey's confidence in her newfound happiness starts to slip through her fingers, and the hardest part is figuring out what matters most....

©2017 Georgia Beers (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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Great book...GB is awesome!!

I am a die hard Georgia Beers fan, so I did not hesitate to get this when I saw it available. To that point, I was not disappointed by this book. I liked both main characters and even some of the secondary characters. The romance was sweet between the two, I could feel the strong connection that was conveyed in the book. It all was a bit faster than I thought but still good nonetheless. The narrator was equally helpful in conveying all the emotions throughout. she did a great job. one thing that bothered me was the narrator. Overall, I'd highly recommend this book and am looking forward to more!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Another great book from Georgia

Georgia has penned 2 great strong independent women who both are loving and caring. Unfortunately they allow their pride and stubbornness to almost ruin a really great thing.
the supporting characters are fleshed out nicely and the mother/stepmother adds just enough loving attention that grest moyherd do.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Worth the purchase, as always.

A very realistic, believable and (most importantly) enjoyable love story. Georgia Beers continues to captivate with in depth characters and raw emotions that not only leaves you satisfied, but wanting more.

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  • KJ
  • 01-28-18

Enjoyable story, horrible narration

Would you listen to What Matters Most again? Why?

This was a typically enjoyable Georgia Beers story, nearly ruined by inexplicable narration. The tone and affect of the narrator was bordering on sarcastic and bored. Like it was being read by the Real Housewives cast. I almost couldn’t get past my annoyance to finish the book. But I did enjoy the story.

Would you recommend What Matters Most to your friends? Why or why not?

Mmmmmm, not sure. I’d recommend the book but not the audiobook

How could the performance have been better?

By hiring a different narrator.

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always happy for new Georgia Beers!

good story with decent narration. was hoping there would be one more chapter, because who doesn't love a game night!!

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loved it!

another great story from Georgia beers. great story line, awesome message, narrator excellent.. another one of my favorites.

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  • Coffee Lover
  • 11-10-17

Ok story but ruined by performer

The narrator just ruins this book. The performance is so bad, she reads the intimate scenes as if reading the news. Poor quality and amateur performance which is such a shame as the story itself is quite sweet. I had difficulty listening to this. She does the book no favours!

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  • T Seagoat
  • 10-22-17

Ok story, narrators accent is awful

The book is ok and enjoyable but please pleas choose narrators with a better accent. This one sounded like a leftover from legally blonde or some other Superficial Kardashianeque show .. it was grating to listen to

1 of 1 people found this review helpful