Timely Love : The Goode Witch Matchmaker

  • by Cate Lawley
  • Narrated by Sonja Field
  • Series: The Goode Witch Matchmaker
  • 2 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Welcome to The Goode Witch Shoppe, where improbable matches are made!
Glenda Goode meddles, but only for the good of others. She can't resist using her witchy talents to crunch the magical numbers and make matches she's certain will conquer even the most difficult of circumstances. She's convinced that if a couple is right for one another, nothing can keep them apart - not even time itself!
This is a sweet romance with no explicit sex or profanity.

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Sweet story

this was a nice sweet short story... I really liked it, a HEA with no cheating.
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- Amazon Customer

Great read and listen..



OK, that was a really delightful short read. No angst, no misunderstandings, no sex, just a great little love story. Aaaand, it WASN’T written in the first person, like 99% of all witchy stories are. And they usually have a terrible narrator, too. This narrator was really good.

This was about witch Glenda Goode who brought two people together through time. First Beth went back to 1899 and met Edward, several times, and then Edward came forward to 2016 to be with Beth. If you want to know if they stayed in her time or went back to his you’ll have to read the novella. I really wish this had been a full novel, it was that good.

HOWEVER, I won’t be listening to the next one in the series because Ghostly Love has 202 pages and the price has been raised to $7.49 and paying that much for 202 pages is never going to happen. Not when this one cost $1.99.

As to the narration: I’d never heard of Sonja Field before but she did a great job on the voices and the emotions. I would definitely listen to her again. She didn’t give Edward a deep voice but she gave him a really nice one.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-19-2016
  • Publisher: Catherine G Cobb