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What didn’t you like about Sophie Amoss’s performance?
Awful. The main character's "voice" is so bad, I cringed through the first 5 minutes. I then desperately searched for a way to return it...no dice, not returnable. Read the book, do not listen to this train wreck of a narration.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
The voice was terrible. The story was predictable and I could barely finish it. I kept hoping it would get better, but no.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
predictable but good. this is book three of four. now going straight onto number four
I did a lot of random snorts of laughter throughout this book. Lucky is probably the most developed out of all the male leads so far and we actually interact with Ozzie enough to learn more about his personality too. But all of that is second to Toni, who is totally the star of this show. Her internal dialogue tops May's and Jenny's tenfold. Her journey from anger and self-blame to forgiveness is well crafted and the partnership that emerges between her and Lucky is as funny as it is sad at times. Considering some of the heavy themes involved, this book manages to keep the laughs rolling and the gang moving. If Ms Casey's trend continues, the next book in this series should be even better than this one. Can't wait!