Danica Snow has always been the smart, practical, and appropriate sister. As a therapist, she prides herself on making reasonable, conservative choices, even if a bit boring, and as part of the Big Sister Program, she has little time for anything more in her life.
Blake Carter is a player. He never gets bored of conquering women, and with his sexy good looks and successful lifestyle, he has no trouble finding willing participants. When his friend and business partner dies in a tragic accident, he suddenly, desperately, wants to change his ways. The problem is, he doesn't know how to stop doing what he does best.
When Blake walks into Danica's office, the attraction between them is white hot, but Danica isn't the type to give into the heat and risk her career. Danica's desire sets her on a path of self-discovery, where she begins to question every decision she's ever made. Just this once, Danica wants to indulge in the pleasures of life she's been so willingly ignoring, but with her Little Sister in turmoil and her biological sister's promiscuousness weighing heavily on her heart, she isn't sure it's the right time to set her desires free.
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"The first is still one of the best."
I read this book over a year ago, but was given the opportunity to listen to it on audio. I picked up on many details I either missed or forgot from reading it. The narration was good and the inflection in B.J. Harrison's voice was great. I can't wait to listen to more audiobooks by Melissa.
"More than a romance"
The story was heartwarming and the characters were so rich and real. There are so many things going on in the story but it all works together nicely with Danica as the center common point.
There were many, but one in particular that stands out for me is when Kaylie realizes she is in love with Chaz and says it out loud in the quiet church during Camille's wedding.
BJ has a very nice voice. His tone and cadence is perfect for narrating a book. I enjoyed listening to is voice. For me I don't think he brought anything extra having already read the book myself a few years ago.
There were many moving moments for me but I would have to say one that stands out is when Blake realizes that Dave is the one who died on the mountain.
I loved the story just as much listening as I did when I first read it years ago. I only wish there had been a female narrator to voice Danica.
"Fantastic story with nice narrator :)"
I read Sisters in love and loved the story so when it came up to review for Audible, I thought why not I already love the story so why not review it in audio form. I wasn't disappointed the story was still as good as it was when I read it the first time. This is my first review for an audiobook, so I guess the review should reflect everything about it, the writing, the story line and of course the narrator, well the writing and the story are great. The narrator BJ Harrison has a nice voice for reading books, he did a good job however I think this story would have been much better had a women read Danika and the other women in this book and then BJ read Blake and the other guys in the story. Some of the lines that were women, his voice just didn't do it for me, but for Blake and the other males in the book he did a fantastic job. I don't know if it's possible to have a female and male split up the reading but if so maybe consider for future audiobooks. But BJ did do a fantastic job for the most part and I would definitely listen to more books narrated by him. Thanks for putting your fabulous books on audible, I can't wait to listen to more of your books!
"it was so juicy I finished it in days!"
it was so juicy I finished it in days! It was Mentally stimulating and full of suspence. I could totally relate to the characters.
"This is the first Melissa Foster Audiobook I list"
Immediately I was under BJ Harrison's spell. The voice, the tone, and the cadence of the words brought the characters to life. I found myself getting in the car just listen to him more.
I loved that there were many levels to this story. There is the fun and hot romance and then there is the deeper death of a best friend and how that affects the people he left behind. There is also the story of Kaylie and her promiscuous ways and her struggle with falling in love. I cannot forget Michelle, the Little Sister of Danica that has lost her mother to alcoholism and is struggling to come to terms with herself. All the stories interwove perfectly and fit together without missing a beat.
I found myself connecting with each character in a different way. Hoping for Danica to loosen up and have some fun in her life. Blake to find the peace he so deserved. Kaylie to make the right choices in her life and not let her past pull her back. Michelle, oh Michelle, as a teenager I pulled for her the most. She is close to my daughter’s age and I cannot imagine her not having me here to guide her and give her occasional grief. I wanted her to succeed more than anyone else in the story.
I cannot wait for the next book in this Snow Sister’s series. Melissa Foster wrote a heart touching, realistic, loving story that I recommend highly.
"4 "Responsible Sister + Her Ethical Dilemma" Stars"
4 "The Responsible Sister and Her Ethical Dilemma" Stars for the story and narration!
Lovers of women's fiction will not want to miss the debut of this sister based series that combines the stories of multiple lives to bring us a heart warming tale of blood and non-blood based sister love and the others who shape their lives. I particularly connected with the main character, and enjoyed seeing how she worked tirelessly to help those around her, making me especially happy to see her experience success in resolving her own quandaries in the end. Additionally, the narration by experienced narrator BJ Harrison made listening to this tale easy to follow.
Danica Snow who is the responsible sister, a therapist no less, was made to help others. Not only does she take a lead role in ensuring her promiscuous sister is safe and trying to better her life by leading a more straight and narrow life, but she also volunteers as a big sister for a young lady, who though she is lucky to have the love and care of her grandmother, lacks a mother or big sister role model. Amidst this already full life, Danica Snow must struggle with letting herself be a bit more free and with an unexpected attraction that leads to an ethical quandary.
Blake Carter likes to dull the pain of his life in women. Never staying too long with one he used to be content living life day by day and leaving the committed relationship life to his business partner and best friend. However, when his best friend, an expert skier, dies unexpectedly on the slopes, Blake's life is left in a tale spin that leads him to therapist Danica's coach. Quite coincidentally it was his late best friend who gave him her number, but what really throws him for a loop is that they have already met, and that first meeting didn't go over quite so well. Can Danica really be Blake's answer to a new life under such an inauspicious beginning? Moreover, when they both start experiencing an attraction to one another, will it be possible to continue as either patient and doctor or something more given that the therapist ethics code very clearly would prohibit any personal relationship between them?
BJ Harrison is easy to listen to and does a good job of reading this story. Although he doesn't provide a lot of differentiation between his male and female characters, I generally had no trouble following this story. While I have to admit that I at first was a little skeptical about a male narrator narrating a womens' fiction title-- as Mr. Harrison's narration style reminded me of the narrators that I have listened to in many romantic suspense titles (think Nora Roberts and the like)--he ultimately won me over and I was able to peacefully settle in to listening to story from his rendition.
All in all, Sisters in Love drew me in and made me feel invested in these various characters' dilemmas. I think this title is particularly suited for women's fiction listeners as the romance is somewhat secondary to the resolution of the various characters' individual battles. Having been introduced to these colorful characters, I'm now eagerly awaiting Kaylie's story (Danica's promiscuous sister) in Sisters in Bloom.
Source: Review copy provided for review purposes.
"Emotional and Engaging"
This story had it all. It was fun and flirty but it was also emotional and raw. It tackled some difficult subject matter with honesty and empathy. I really loved both Danica and Blake. They really struggled with who they were and who they wanted to be. There was alot going on with many supporting and essential characters but it worked well and made both Danica and Blake feel authentic and real. Their blossoming relationship was very sweet and sexy. This is the first time I've listened to B.J. Harrison's work and I thought he did a good job. I was a bit distracted at times by how formal he was and the enunciation of his 't's, only because I prefer a more casual narration. Overall I enjoyed his work. This is the first book I've listened to by this author and I will definitely check out more of her work.
"Great story, great narration!"
I really enjoyed the narrator. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
I love Sisters in Love: Snow Sisters. This is definitely one of my favorite books of Melissa Foster! Her writing flows so freely and naturally - she is a joy to read (or listen too!) The audible version is awesome - I liked the reader and he did a great job! I love the fact that you can toggle between the book and the audio version if want to. Danica is hilarious and I love her personality! I love how she is always trying to analyze her own life and compare it to her sister's. This is a great love story and definitely worth the read.
All Melissa Foster books make me laugh and cry both.
I would listen to Sisters in Love again. The narrator has a great reading voice and the author is one of my favorites. I love the story and feel like I could get lost in this book over and over again.
Danica is by far my favorite because she's so like me. There are rules and boundaries and you are supposed to stay between the lines and then there are these people who are almost like magnets that just draw you to them and make you question or forget things/mannerisms you've followed your whole life!
Blake. He makes him sound so fun and rakish and just so yummy!!!
I think when the walls start breaking down and they start being more open and honest with each other.
I love this author and the fact that I was able to listen to the audiobook while doing my (boring) data entry work and schoolwork helped keep me entertained. I love the storyline and just can't wait to check out more of Melissa Foster's work.
"Danica and Blake rock"
I loved this book so much that it led me on an amazing journey into discovering Melissa Foster as an author. This has been one of the best book journeys ever. Bj just enhances an already awesome story. Totally recommend to everyone.
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