Cris Pereira hates starring in a cautionary tale. Alas, her recent heartbreak relegates her to this unbecoming fate. The only good thing about being dumped a foot from the altar is the newest layer to her punchy sarcasm. All she wants is a do-over, but this is not your average fairy tale, and wishes don't come true in the real world.
One Sunday afternoon, she meets a movie star. Tom Abramson is intelligent, charming, and impetuous. In other words, he plays the role a bit too well. She isn't falling for it. She knows better. All British men are not descendants of Fitzwilliam Darcy, and movie stars are genetic mutations gone awry: X-Men with statistical disadvantages and emotional handicaps. Keep your knight in shining armor. A modern girl can rescue herself, thank you very much. After all, dreams are for the foolhardy, nightmares are just a part of life, and . . . this is not your average fairy tale.
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If I listened again it would be because, an exceptional narration makes a good book, better.
never listened to anything else by Ahdieh.
Beth Richmond did an exceptionally good narration. Beth's voice is pleasing to the ears. I love the way she makes every character distinct and gives so much to the personalities.Richmond has a lovely voice, and does any age, male or female in a believable way. I personally love to listen to anything she narrates, and bought this book because she is the narrator. You won't go wrong buying anything Ms. Richmond narrates. Her narration, of Jinx Schwartz's, Hetta Coffey series, was so amazing, that I now seek out books she narrates.
No, but Beth Richmond made the entire book fun and possible.
I recommend this book for Young Adults and up.