A Holiday Bet

  • by Giselle Lumas
  • Narrated by Giselle Lumas
  • 2 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Break Room Crew (Claire, Roberta, and James) at Robinson's Software and Design have placed a bet during the Holiday season. Mostly, because Claire has decided it is her mission to help her boss, Sarah Alexander, find love. Well, the reality is she wants to set her boss up with her brother, Jeremy Buchanan, in hopes to make her boss a little more perkier during the holiday season. James doesn't think Sarah is capable of love. Roberta thinks Claire may be on to something.
Will Sarah go on a date and kiss Jeremy by Thanksgiving? Will Jeremy propose to Sarah by Christmas Day? Claire is betting and determined to win.


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Maybe a Safer Bet to Hire a Narrator

"A Holiday Bet" was a cute story and with it being under three hours long, I think it was edited just fine but the narration was almost too distracting. To give an honest review I have to say that perhaps it would be a good idea to go with a narrator. They usually have their own audio equipment.

I applaud the author Giselle Lumas for her work. She wrote this story, it's clearly edited, it just needed a narrator. This is a great start though.

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."
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- Teresa

A fun holiday listen!

--I was given this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

This was a happy, short listen. Claire has made a bet with her co-workers that she can get her boss, Sarah fixed up on a date and a kiss with her brother, Jeremy. After a few crazy schemes with her car, Jeremy and Sarah are dating. Sarah at the same time is now getting to know her 8 year old twin nieces and is beginning to see there is more to life than work. Over the next couple of weeks, the bet goes on, changes a little and things progress. Christmas Eve is a nice touch at the end.

The only thing that was a little distracting was the narrator. I applaud Giselle Lumas for narrating her own book, but the flow is not automatic, and her voices are not as apparent between characters. I think if it had been done by a narrating actor, the book would have been an easier listen.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-10-2014
  • Publisher: Donty Books