Jenny's single-parent life revolves around her kids and her job, which means that hours of Animal Planet and strings of computer code are about all she has time for. Not that Jenny's looking for adventure or romance - she's the type of woman who believes in playing it safe.
When Jenny is called upon to do some consulting for the Bourbon Street Boys - a New Orleans private security firm - she knows she should stay away. They conduct surveillance on known criminals and put themselves in harm's way pretty much every day, so No is the obvious answer...Problem is, there's a guy on the team with a body to die for and a dimple that just won't quit luring Jenny in, tempting her to throw all caution to the wind.
Will Jenny take the risk or will she do what she's always done - play it safe and wait for the right time?
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"Even single mom's can have a life.."
The book is primarily in first person, Jenny, single mom, with employment insecurity. Ms Godley sounds just like Jenny is written. She is quirky, a great mom, with a wonderful internal conversation going on.
The entire story. Dev is a big, tall, doll of a guy. He is charming and has a great sense of humor. Fits right in with Jenny. I love their relationship.
When the kids first me Jacob. So touching, out of the mouths of babes.
I thoroughly loved this story from start to finish. I recommend it to anyone and everyone. You will never forget their love scene. Enough said. You need to experience it for yourself whether in written or audio form.
What did I like?
-The performance was very good with the voices. The pause dramatic tones was in all the correct places.
-A woman spoiled by chivalry of what is ladies dream about, let's the listener/reader escape reality for awhile.
What I didn't like?
-The ending leaves you wanting more. The action ends abruptly. This is typical with any series however.
Who would I recommend this book to?
-Any woman who lost her job recently.
-Any woman who is a single mother.
-Any woman who likes chivalry.
-Any woman interested in a little action and romance in her books.
Why did I choose 5 stars?
This was well written. It flowed for the reader, the story was interesting and the performance was phenomenal.
"A mix of good & bad"
Maybe. I really liked the story, but the narration was a bit "off," for me. I balanced on loving and hating the story every few minutes because the narration didn't quite fit right for me. If that makes sense.
Dev; I am pretty sure he has Alopecia. I may have missed where it says why he is bald and has no eyebrows, but I suspect that is why he is so bald. I have Alopecia and I thought it was pretty cool to see a character with it portrayed as strong and healthy since in real life, people often think folks with Alopecia are cancer patients (I have some awkward stories :p ).
Not horrible, but not my favorite. The pacing of that narration really bugged me. Fantastic with voice work (tones, character variations, etc). I felt like there were too many pauses and gaps in between sentences, and even when the characters were flustered, the words were drawn out and sentences annoyingly slow throughout most of the book. There were spots where it got better, but for the most part, the narration pacing was very slow. If the pace could be picked up a bit, it would be one of my favorites because of the accents, tones, variations are done very well; they aren't over the top, and I can imagine real people attached to them.
Wong place, Right Time? :p
I can't wait to dive into the next installment! :)
"It was pretty good"
I want to say I like the idea the author made for this series. Sadly, this book didn't have really excitement or mystery. Something happens in the beginning, then the whole story, then something happens in the end. I want more mystery and suspense with my romance- which is why I started this series. The first book was good. This one, although I liked the characters, didn't have enough excitement.
I loved this stary. Jenny is so funny and sweet. The charicters in this book were great.
Great series, easy to listen to and relatable characters. I love that I can be entertained, humored and turned on all at the same time.
"Narration drove me crazy"
Thank goodness I was able to select a fast speed. If I could not have I would have it listened it was that bad. It was a g
"Lacked the suspense of thr firsr book"
i kept listening waiting for the littke suspense that was in the first book. this one dragged on and on. cute but not great.
"Great narrator, the book was not as good"
No I would not. It's an easy read, which I consider a good thing, but it is not written very well. It repeats a lot and I didn't really like the main character that much.
Not sure if I like her writing style, but to be fair I would listen to at least one more before I made a firm opinion about Elle Casey.
I enjoyed the narrator very much. I liked her southern accents. I am from Louisiana and appreciated her authenticity. I did not think that Elle Casey had ever been to Louisiana or New Orleans for that matter. I guess I just want more specifics from the environment in the writing.
Unfortunately, no, I didn't care about the characters enough to want more of a story from them.
Unfortunately, this was just not that good of a book. I think the narrator did a good job with what she had.
Narrator sounded like a child at times. may have been better with a different narrator.
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