Making a Comeback

  • by Julie Blair
  • Narrated by Fray Maxwell
  • 10 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jazz pianist Liz Randall is reeling from her wife's death and struggling to keep their band together. An invitation to play at the prestigious Monterey Jazz Festival is an opportunity she can't turn down, and a challenge she might not be up to until she enlists the help of a mysterious neighbor who's surprisingly knowledgeable about jazz.
When Jac Winters reluctantly agrees to help, a past she wants to forget threatens to destroy the carefully ordered life she's built with her guide dog, Max, in the quiet town of Carmel-by-the-Sea.
With music and love swirling around them like ocean currents, will Liz and Jac play it safe or risk everything on making a comeback?

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Fantastic story, meh narrator

I loved this story. Good writing, good pacing. The narration was distracting, though. Jac sounded so robotic, I thought it was one of those computer generated voices. Still, I got used to it after a while. Toward the end of the book, however, the narrator missed the voice switch a few times and read another character's part in Jac's voice. The producer should have caught that and re-recorded that segment.
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- realdog "realdog"

OK book horrible narration

OK the book was a little overwraught but fair. The narration? Amateurish. She has 2 voices cartoon gruff being one of them. She uses this voices for all men and for the character of Jac. Her acting is also terrible. Read the book if you want but don't listen. Where do they get some of the narrators for lesbian novels? I listen to a lot of audio books. 95% of the narrators for mainstream novels are really good. Spot on. But 90% of narrators for the lesbian romances I listen to are just really bad. Fray Maxwell is the worst.
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- Michelle A. Evans "dandelion dreamer"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-25-2016
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc