Four women in Aspen Grove, Colorado will discover the extra blessing this old tradition brings when a silver sixpence appears to change each of their lives. Find out how each of them finds this special good luck promise of love.
"Something Old" by Lorna Collins
When Lexie Thomas returns to Aspen Grove, Colorado to visit her grandmother, she never expects to find an old wedding gown, and she could never imagine the journey she'll begin. But will it lead to love?
"Something New" by Sherry Derr-Wille
Dana Mathews thinks she's too old for love. That is until Sean Peters becomes her neighbor. Can this old gal learn a few new tricks?
"Something Borrowed" by Cheryl Gardarian
Carrie Roberts borrows her friend's heirloom diamond earrings for a special performance, but when one disappears, she finds herself accused of theft. In the process of clearing her name, can she also find love?
"Something Blue" by Luanna Rugh
When Shannon Delaney inherits her mother's house, she decides to repaint, and she definitely wants something blue for her bedroom. Will her painter turn out to be something more than just another tradesman?
Narration - Jean Ruda Habrukowich - Pretty Good - She has a nice voice and her males are really pretty good also. Really enjoyable to listen to her. The one thing that is a little weird is that this is an anthology, so you have four books with completely different characters, and very different ages, but when it switches, you have the same narrator. Not saying that's good or bad, I just had to rewind a couple times to remind myself that a new story was starting to mentally switch the gears.
The stories are four sweet romances the first being the "something old" the next being "something new" etc... with them all having the Silver Sixpence in common. The romances are a little bit insta-love, but that sort of goes with the "luck" or "draw" of the sixpence as it winds its way through the stories.
Each of these could honestly be made into full length novels in a four book series and they would probably be more enjoyable with more detail, plot and character development.
Sweet, enjoyable listen.
I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge from audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
This is a collection of short stories based on the wedding saying "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue". The stories are sweet. Older couples falling in love. The characters and plots are well thought out an written. I did find a big problem with the narrator. Her voices used for the characters were very annoying and her attempts at a male voice just doesn't work at all. It kind of ruined the books. Especially the second book of “Something New” by Sherry Derr-Wille. Thetone of the reading made the story seem to just drag on and on.
Contains 4 books......
“Something Old” by Lorna Collins
“Something New” by Sherry Derr-Wille
“Something Borrowed” by Cheryl Gardarian
“Something Blue” by Luanna Rugh
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