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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-02-18

May Sage does write it better

I loved listening to the audio version of this book and with Noah taking all the male narratives and Erin the female, you become drawn into the story even more. Noah has a lovely deep chocolatey voice (yummy) and both narrators sound believable.
This first story is about a klutz accountant and fledgling erotic writer at Harris Toys who gets the full benefit of her CEO's input. I really love the 'Some girls do' series.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 22-05-17

Loved this book and audiobook

How can you not love a story about a sexually inept posh male and a cleptomaniac rainbow haired girl. It's funny, angsty and us misfits are entitled to our happy ever afters too. If you aren't aware that flaws are humorous this isn't for you. Plus that male Irish accent.....drooling!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-04-17


Penelope and Colin's story. Bright witty wallflower of the vibrant yellow kind, eventually gets her very own Bridgerton male. Well written and beautifully narrated. You won't regret purchasing this story.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 13-03-17


I love Mariana Zapata's books and this follow on from The Wall of Winnipeg is brilliant. Excellent and poignant and beautifully read. Worth buying you will not regret. Dallas and Diana's story is superb!!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 21-01-17


Funny and quick witted. Well written and the narrator was believable. Ordering coffee and yee-ha weddings were never so funny. Enjoy !!!!

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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-08-13

slightly annoying narrator

Would you try another book written by Rose Gordon or narrated by B. F. Laskar?

The story itself was good and have always enjoyed her historical romances, As a writer I would heartily recommend her

What was one of the most memorable moments of Her Sudden Groom?

I especially enjoyed how arid Alex showed Caroline that he was sorry by meeting her in the altogether, having fixed her telescope.

What didn’t you like about B. F. Laskar’s performance?

The narration however was not so good. It was read rather than narrated i.e. in a continual montone with no variations to pitch of voice and the woman seemed to refuse to take a breath between sentences. A bit of advice - learn from other narrators e.g. Rosalyn Landor etc.

Do you think Her Sudden Groom needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

The sequel is 'Her reluctant Groom' the story about Marcus and Emma.

Any additional comments?

Look forward to more - should narrator improve or be replaced!!

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