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Valdosta McKinley wishes for an internship at a Paris Art Institute to use her newly acquired art history skills. She knows Nathaniel could never develop feelings for a girl from a trailer in a rural West Virginia holler - a lesson she learned the hard way years earlier.
Will pursuit of their professional goals require Nathaniel and Val to give up the dream of being a family?
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By Cat on 04-15-18
A sweet story
What did you love best about Change of Heart?
I loved the opposites attract part. I loved how she felt she was dressing up and was so off the mark. I felt a touch of Pretty Woman in here.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Change of Heart?
When she risked her life to save Finn.
What three words best describe Skyler Morgan’s voice?
confident, smooth, pleasant
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes. I did laugh a few times. its hard not to with little children involved.
Any additional comments?
I found Change of heart a sweet romantic story. I liked the slow burn and how The characters didn't cross the line too much of the boss coworker line. I liked how they fell so slowly they barely realized it and didn't know how to deal.
It's an allover good story. Sweet, charming, a touch of Cinderella a touch of Pretty Woman ( no she isn't a hooker but from the other side of the tracks so to say.) There is an opposite attracts going on and The two kids you have to love.
The narration was ok but it was a bit choppy and it felt like reading instead of acting the story. Also, the characters didn't really have a distinctive voice and it was hard to tell who was who. Val did have a southern drawl or use southern words so sometimes you could tell it was her.
However the story was strong and in this case, I think the book may be better than the audio.
By TNtrailrider on 04-14-18
A TRULY DELIGHTFUL STORY
Would you consider the audio edition of Change of Heart to be better than the print version?
I can't answer this question as I only listened to the audiobook and have not read the print version.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Each character was so adroitly drawn and depicted, I felt for each of them. The author absolutely nailed the snobbish former mother-in-law (for her, I felt just as the two main characters, Val and Nathaniel, did-ugh!)
What about Skyler Morgan’s performance did you like?
The voice is mesmerizing, and the diction is very clear. The narrator is able to portray each character so clearly that, as he reads, he becomes each character. He has an amazing ability to do different voices which really enhances the narration.
Any additional comments?
I lived in a small town on the coast of Maine for 15 years so I can say with confidence that the author has captured the essence of the fictitious "Lobster Cove" perfectly and brings it to life so skillfully, you can see it in your mind's eye. It was an absolute pleasure to drive along and become engrossed in this story; I was sorry when it ended.