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A very light easygoing listen with a little angst at the end. Not heavy on details.... Alice has always had the hots for her handsome next door neighbour Noah the vampire and Noah has always had the hots for Alice. He needed to get away and quickly so he took a chance and went with her to join the Wedding party on a Cruise but when they had to share a cabin things got tense...... their chemistry sizzled, their attraction grew and all the while her pulse called to him.
There was slight jealousies and angst provided by Brent her ex, a couple of sex scenes, humor, a sweet romance with a little bit of drama at the end but on the whole it was an easy flowing plot. They were a cute couple and there were some amusing family members too. Told from both POV's and the narrator was ok.
Worth a credit? I enjoyed it but I was looking for more so, IMHO, I don't think it's worth a credit if you're looking for a 'meatier' listen.... but definitely a sale purchase.
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What other book might you compare Don't Bite the Bridesmaid to and why?
Not quite there but maybe one of Molly Harpers books.
Have you listened to any of Carly Robins’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I don't know I have over 300 audio books. However, I thought the narrator did a good job and I had no issues with it.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I laughed a few times and that is a win.
Any additional comments?
I picked this one up on sale and didn't listen to it for a while. I waited until I had nothing else to read or listen to (because I was afraid it would be stupid) and finally pulled it up. When in the mood for something light, funny and cute this is a good book. Characters were developed enough that you are not rolling your eyes the whole time. It's worth a read and I would pick up the next one in the series; assuming there is a next one at some point.
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