Snack

  • by Emme Burton
  • Narrated by Angie Hickman
  • 6 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Marcus Snackenberg is a born ladykiller.
When Minnie Cooper moves back to her dad's hometown as a child, with her two brothers and Star Wars action figures in tow, they become immediate friends.
By junior high, Minnie, although unaware, is in love with him. Snack is completely in touch with his feelings for her.
Sometimes the villain in the story isn't a person. Sometimes it's time. And space. And fear. Fear of losing the best friend you've ever had.
Snack.
An overnight romance 26 years in the making.

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Great narration, ok story

While the narration was great, too many things in the story rubbed me the wrong way. I was not a fan of the hero or the heroine. I think even though they had a past, they moved way to quickly in my eyes in the present. Snack was a jerk to me. He got in his own way and prevented him and Minnie from being a couple.

On a good note, I really loved the narration. This was my first book from this narrator and I believe she did a great job. Look forward to listening to more books from her.

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- Danielle A

I want a Snack!

This was such a good book. I was a little unsure at first because the narrator's voice is a bit 'little girl-ish' but it really ended up working great. I totally loved the story also and I wish I had read this book even earlier. I love the name, the book/audible cover. It all works so well together! Snack was Mini's (both nick names) one and only from first meeting, but things just never worked out for them to be together when they finally tried a couple of times throughout the years. Then years later, after tragedy strikes, they come back together and what a whirlwind that was. This story goes back and forth between the past and present to explain the entire story, from the time they first met at 6 yrs old until the present. What I loved about this also was that Mini wasn't a girly girl, she had a sailor's mouth. So you have a narrator that sounds so sweet and cute and Mini was dirtier than a lot of alpha men. Snack was an alpha man, but could cry and show his feelings as well. I love that in a man, when they can express their feelings. I just loved this story and will definitely have to find some more books by Emme Burton to read.

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- Pam T

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2017
  • Publisher: Emme Burton Books, LLC