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First the negatives. There was no reason to bring in the story of a slutty "friend" that tries her moves on the main man. It's also hard to believe that so many people would recognize a random Chicago Cubs pitcher (sorry Cub/baseball fans). Finally the one foreboding plot twist is flat and unnecessary.
The positives include Sebastian York's performance (a grand slam, pun intended), a child character that isn't annoying, a cute romance, and Sebastian York. Enjoy!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
There was nothing I didn't like about this book! The narrators are great! I absolutely adore Rhys & his character & all the boys & how much they love their sisters & how the girls quickly put them in their places.
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I enjoyed the first book in this series and I have enjoyed this second book as well there so easy to listen to .
This is yet another good book from the Kristen Proby library. They do not disappoint. Beautiful narration just adds to the pleasure. I'm English so I've no idea how authentic the New Orleans accent is but the two narrators are easy to listen too . Ill probably treat myself to more credits just to finish the four book series .
Story: Formula naughty romance and thoroughly enjoyable. Of course the men are every woman's dream (why else would we read these after all :D ?) All successful, muscly, honorable, well-hung and uber-considerate lovers....sigh!
Gabby, youngest of the fabulously wealth Boudreaux clan, and inn-keeper and single mom meets her match in Rhys O'Shaunessy, top Pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Instant match - perfect courtship - then a misunderstanding causes problems - but it all ends well. If only life were this perfect.
I love Rhys. He reminds me of Will in the With Me In Seattle books. Or maybe I'm just a sucker for an athlete ;)
Performance: This is hard. I'm a bit picky when it comes to narration and really, I couldn't stand Rachel Fulginiti's reading of Gabby. Her accent is dreadful and her reading flat; and I won't even go into her mispronunciations. All in all, I found her very distracting to the point where, half way through the book I stopped Audible and read the rest of the book, only going back to the recording after I'd read the story in full. That isn't good!
Overall: I can highly recommend the book, but unless you have really low standards or aren't easily distracted I'd have to advise against buying this recording - that goes for "Easy Love" (first book in the Boudreau series) too.