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I had high hopes for this book given I share the heroine's love of animals and the premise of the story was interesting. I don't like spoilers, but I will say that I found myself saying out loud, "Why is Bella so flaky and dumb?" There were just too many flip flops in her personality... It didn't come across as realistic. And supporting character, Madeline was downright rude, snarky and totally unrealistic. As a director, she would never keep her job being that rude and unreasonable. It takes a lot for me to write a negative review about a book, but this one had enough holes to make me do it. Also, the audio performance was not good. The narrator's cadence and penchant for dragging out syllables had the effect of nails on a chalkboard.
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Would you consider the audio edition of The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire to be better than the print version?
Hearing it read out loud makes it more like watching a movie in your head.
What other book might you compare The Cowgirl Ropes a Billionaire to and why?
This one is very similar to all the other books in this series.
What about Amy Rubinate’s performance did you like?
It was good. She was able to perform each character very well by having a different voice for each one and was very consistent with this.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Evan and Bella finally realize their feelings was a great scene. It was like "finally"! However, when Evan went to Bella's shelter was a great moment. Don't want to spoil it for those who haven't read the book.
Any additional comments?
I've enjoyed this series and getting to know the many characters. I've got the next one ready to listen to.