Tea Can Wait

  • by Jacqueline Coote
  • Narrated by Marie Hoffman
  • 1 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Olivia is now in her sixties and widowed. She had been disillusioned by her parents when she was young and discouraged by her late husband Jack to follow her dreams. Now when she enters the gazebo that was once a place of romance and intimate moments for Jack and Olivia, she finds it just a place to reminisce about her past life. A mysterious letter not only changes Olivia's thinking, it changes her life in more ways than she could ever imagine.


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Customer Reviews

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boring essay

I kept waiting for something to happen, however, in vain. Basically it is a long essay of an woman, telling us some stories from her life. It is as good or as bad as everyone’s else. So, why listen to it? Rather have a chat with your friends instead!
Narration didn’t do anything to improve the poor narrative style, if that was even possible.
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- Andrea

"Tea Can Wait" Keeps Your Interest

Where does Tea Can Wait rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

"Tea Can Wait" is my first audiobook. It kept my interest from the beginning to the end.

Which character – as performed by Marie Hoffman – was your favorite?

My favorite character is Olivia. We were able to see her evolution from one season of life to another one.

Who was the most memorable character of Tea Can Wait and why?

Jack was the most memorable character. Even though he was deceased, his love for Olivia and compassion for others lived on in one last expression that played out like a well orchestrated symphony.

Any additional comments?

This book was well written and performed. I like how the author, Jacqueline Coote, was able to move from the past to the present with ease and clarity. No questions were left unanswered or mysteries unsolved. This is a well written book.

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- Annette

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-27-2014
  • Publisher: Jacqueline Coote