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Heartbroken, Veronica feels lost. Salvatore and Antoinette, her dead grandparents, begin to visit her dreams in an attempt to steer her in the right direction. At their suggestion, Veronica takes a news reporting class, which leads to a challenging freelance assignment covering a conspiracy trial. She also begins dating an unlikely suitor: creative Syd Blackman.
Just when her love life and career are looking up, Veronica is tossed back to square one by an event that makes her question all her new choices.
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By Adriana B on 06-13-17
Unique Contemporary Romance
This was a cute Contemporary Romance. The characters were well developed and the main characters were interesting.
Veronica was undecided about her life and seemed unhappy with her job as a lawyer. For an educated and supposedly smart person she was never doing her job and always seemed to be unprepared for whatever they expected her to do.
The narrator did a great job bringing the story to life. I really liked her.
There was an unusual aspect in this story. Veronica met with her deceased grandparents in her dreams. They guided her and helped her with her indecisiveness and to make better choices.
Overall, I really liked the story, it kept my attention from beginning to conclusion. It was a sweet conclusion.
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By Carolyn on 03-10-18
Light and funny
What made the experience of listening to Better in the Morning the most enjoyable?
The narration and the lighthearted content.
Would you be willing to try another book from Fern Ronay? Why or why not?
Yes :) The story was written in a way that was truly enjoyable and while the content was lighthearted I still felt drawn to the story and wanted to keep listening
Have you listened to any of Veronica Pace’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have not.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not particularly, I mostly loved the narration.
Any additional comments?
Partly cheesy, partly adorable, fully enjoyable; for fans of Emily Griffin, the Devil Wears Prada, Bridget Jones’ Diary and the like. I recommend this to anyone who holes up at home with their chick flick of choice and a glass of when the world just starts to seem like too much. If “chick lit” is your thing then this one is for you, but I also think it’s a great pallet cleanser for any one in need of a good escape and smile.