Ever since Daphne Harper graduated from college, all of her friends have fallen in love, become engaged, and walked down the aisle. Be it a blessing or a curse, Daphne (a hopeless romantic and perpetual single girl) catches the bouquet at every single wedding she attends.
Daphne's love life is a mess. Her first love, Mayson, haunts her heart and keeps her from pursuing happiness with any man who comes along. As she struggles to move on from the one who got away, Daphne wonders if she will ever break her curse and find her happily ever after.
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Not so memorable . . .
There was a lot of potential to make this better story-wise and there were moments I really liked and that got me more interested but those moments past and after that it was a lot of beating around the bush so to speak.
I would have like to have more intrigue and tension in it...
She was the reason that kept me listening....so take it from there.
Well....Don't really know how to answer this.
The narration was amazing and this narrator did a great job and she was pretty much why I kept listening.
The story became pretty predictable early on and that was not worth the time.
Not at all what I expected...
I received this audiobook for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
This book was a bit different from those that I usually read - it wasnt a terrible book just not a book that had anything significant in it that I would consider a must read.
Consistent, youthful, neutral
It was an easy, breezy listen - a decent enough twist to make me wonder what was going to happen next, not at all provocative - emotions, thoughts... If you are looking for a deep read, or something that will leave a lingering book hangover - this probably isnt it. Perfect for a day by the pool or at the beach, easy reading for traveling.... with a HEA that probably could have utilized a less generic song/theme - but is sure to make you smile in remembrance nonetheless.
- Chasina McGee