This story is far different than I expected from the blurb. It's better than I expected. The main character is likeable -though at times, I can't relate to her decisions- and I'm enjoying getting to see her interact with the secondary characters. I'm looking forward to the full series. It's fun listening to the story. Well done narration.
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This one threw me for a loop. It was actually a breath of fresh air, and it included many important messages: Live your life how you want to live it, not the way others want you to live it; Love yourself and don’t be ashamed of who you are...
I may have breezed through this one just to get to April & Boston :)
It's always sad when people can't be themselves and show their love the way they would like. But, in learning things about herself, Mia is able to help others be their best self too. Making lifelong friends in Tony and Hector, and helping them bring their love to life made this such an endearing installment in this amazing series. I'm so cheering for Mia to be with Wes, so March definitely didn't disappoint!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
YES< read these stories. Start with January. You will not regret it.
Have you listened to any of Summer Morton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I've only listen to these series from her but each narration is getting better. She does a great job with her performance. Each character is easy to recognize and her speed is perfect.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Unexpected, Sweet and amazing.
Any additional comments?
What a surprise, twist and change to the story. This one caught me off guard but man it continued getting better as we progress through the series. The ending was fantastic and the story, once again, amazing. Great book, must read series. BRING ON APRIL.