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The book itself was a medium in terms of quality. Characters a bit shallow, dialogue a bit too simple. But cute story and premise. Audio quality very poor. A bit of a echoing / tinny sound to the recording like the reader was not in a soundproof room. The book features four different women, and the author uses the same voice, tone, and speed for all of them so the dialogue gets extemely confusing. I didn't finish the book, I got so frustrated.
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What disappointed you about True Vows: The Icing on the Cake?
The story had no excitement in it, at least in the two or three hours I listened to it before I couldn't stand it any longer and went on to another book.
What was most disappointing about Alison Kent’s story?
It needed to have something going on to keep my attention in the first hour or two of listening. I use audiobooks to keep myself awake during long trips, and if I have a good book and can't wait to hear what happens next, it does just that. This book actually MADE me sleepy, and I caught myself nodding off many, many times.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Arielle Lipshaw?
She was fine, it was the story that lacked
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
I doubt if I will read the remainder of the book, which probably is the best part, but I will never know. A writer needs to HOLD their audience with a good story if they want them to finish the book, not bore them to death.