Crossing over. Sam is a surfing mail carrier who has a crush on a customer on her route, Lauren. Lauren is a school teacher who is having some issues with her live-in girlfriend, Bethany. When Sam encounters rough waters while surfing alone one morning, her
Summer Fizzle Sarah is a teacher that has moved from Iowa to South Beach Coast to be near the ocean. While volunteering on beach cleanup day, she gets scolded by a hot lifeguard when her friend starts poking around at a dead sting ray. Amy
Matthew’s first book “Hooked on You” inspired me to learn to crochet. This one, unfortunately, did not cause the same type of excitement for gardening. I really appreciate Matthew’s writing style. I like to think of it as a slow meandering cadence. Perfect for when
First of all, the narrator was OK. No complaints. Actually, I quite liked her voice. And I didn’t get annoyed with her. So it was probably better than OK.
Laundry is going to be really easy at the end of the week. You all made me listen to this. And you told me that I had to listen instead of read. You were right. The narrator was good for this. That little naughty but
It’s in the cards. Stevie is an improv player in Chicago that has just auditioned for Saturday Night Live and is impatiently waiting to hear back. She begrudgingly tags along when the other players in her troupe when they decide to go get a reading
The narrator for this one… wow. I don’t think I can even put into words what she sounded like. A game show host announcing something? It really wasn’t awesome for me. The story didn’t offer up anything unique that would really overcome the narration. So
Morgan is a professional golfer that can’t quite win the big one. Adirenne is a TV producer that finds herself involved in documenting Morgan’s life as she attempts to win a major.
So I have decided that I like Abby Craden’s narration of books. I think I will just have to lean on listening to hers going forward for good audio book experiences.
Zoe is a great employee and has a big crush on the CEO, Reyna. Zoe’s friends and psychiatrist think she is sabotaging herself from real connection by focusing on the unattainable.