To Have and To Code : Modern Witch

  • by Debora Geary
  • Narrated by Martha Harmon Pardee
  • Series: Modern Witch
  • 8 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the number one Kindle best-selling author of A Modern Witch comes modern romance with a touch of magic.
Nell Sullivan is fiery, easily distracted by cookies, and doomed to wear the peach monstrosity at her best friend's wedding.
And she's a witch.
Daniel Walker is a former baseball player turned bored hacker looking for a challenge. Hacking Nell's online gaming world is going to get him a lot more than he bargained for.
A prophecy says they will make babies together - but when it comes to the love life of a modern witch and a hacker, prophecy might not get a vote.


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Customer Reviews

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This is a cute story but the narrator blows...

Would you try another book from Debora Geary and/or Martha Harmon Pardee?

I would definitely read another book by Debora Geary, but Martha Harmon Pardee is the most annoying narrator I've heard in ages.

What did you like best about this story?

This is a cute adorable, fluffy romantic story about a fire witch and a hacker. I love the character development, and really am rooting for them. The story makes me feel sappy and romantic, exactly what I wanted.

Would you be willing to try another one of Martha Harmon Pardee’s performances?

Absolutely not. Her dramatic pauses were bizarre and confusing. She has pauses that make you think there is a change in scene until you realize it wasn't. She attempts to give some kind of feeling performance that is pretentious and completely inappropriate for the genre of the story. Everything is muted and "understated" and really really annoying. I would honestly have to avoid a book read by this Narrator, even if I loved the author.

Was To Have and To Code worth the listening time?

No, but it would be a fun book to read.

Any additional comments?

Keep the author, skip the narrator.

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- Seana "I like Science Fiction, Post Apocalypse, mysteries, and good romance. If you can mix it all in together, I am one happy camper."

Wonderful series with well developed characters

Would you consider the audio edition of To Have and To Code to be better than the print version?

I think of it as two separate things I prefer audio for conveinance but collect hard copies because of my love of books

What was one of the most memorable moments of To Have and To Code?

As with all of the books in the series, the strength of love & family is so strong it's hard to pick one part!

Have you listened to any of Martha Harmon Pardee’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes she's great! Character voices are consistent from book to book it's like talking with family, Nell sounds like Nell Jamie like Jamie etc in every book

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

The is such a great series! It's loving, positive, encouraging, I love these witches! Debora Geary is a talented author, you "feel" her writing, not all authors can do that consistantly, she does

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- Rachel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-17-2013
  • Publisher: Debora Geary