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I already read this book before, but I was excited when I saw Siera Maley is entering the audiobook market and knew I had to get the audiobook. I was a little nervous about the narrator since I didn't see any other books she narrated on audible, but she did a great job. She portray's the characters hesitancy, anguish, and excitement very well.
I read two of Siera Maley's books previously, Dating Sarah Cooper and Taking Flight. I loved them both and this was no exception. I like how the book is more about the best-friends aspect and less on romance (and even less on sex). The two girls have a great time with laser tag, walking the dog, and dying hair. Despite the somewhat morbid premise, I'm pleased to say it has a happy ending.
I also like robbie and hoped to hear more from him. I like stories where a female lead can have a male best friend who's reliable, always there for her, and not trying to date her. The supernatural element was a nice touch as a mcguffin. After reading many of the other reviews, i found it interesting nobody mentioned Death Note's shinigami's eyes. In retrospect, i doubt there's much audience overlap between a teen-romance and a horror anime. I think it could have been interesting if robbie and harper couldn't see each other's number, as a means of identifying each other.
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This is the second text I've read/listened to by Siera Maley, and again I am impressed. The characters were easy to follow and certainly likable. I'm happy to see that LGBT books are moving beyond the coming out narrative and going towards putting characters, who so happen to be gay, in tough situations. Looking forward to adding more of Maley's work to my own library. She is quickly becoming my new Julie Anne Peters! Also, smooth narration from Janine Granda :)
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