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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely, great narration for a great story!
What was one of the most memorable moments of McFarland's Farm?
There is a moment when Jared and Lucas misundertand each other, they feel they have let themselves down and apologise at the same time, both believing themselves to be in the wrong!
What does Paul Morey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Characters get a bit more life added to them, giving more depth it's like listening to a movie. When reading a book you can imagine how they might sound and look, audio does give you that bit extra. I enjoy listening to Paul Morey's voice and how he presents the characters.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There are a few moments within this story to move you. For me probably when Jared realises Lucas is not going home after all.
Any additional comments?
As with all Cardeno C's books well written with likeable characters, who can almost be living real lives. The characters emotions are right where they need to be, the characters have fun, they fall in love and they doubt themselves. Perfect listening, totally recommended!
The story has been done before, but I always enjoy Cardeno C. writing. Its a cute novella about a pretty, rich, 'bad' boy who did a little too much bad, and of course gets the 'no money until you shape up', and gets sent off to his sister's ex hubby's farm... and we all know what happens. HEA. Of course. It's a fun listen. And less than $5... Plus I have always enjoyed Paul Morley, so it's worth it... enjoy.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
As always, I enjoyed this latest offering by Cardeno C but it was entirely too short. I see that it is Book 1, so there is hope for the future. There was just so much more that could have been covered in my opinion. This is the first book of CC's in which I feel incomplete. Not the author's problem, just my feelings. This is a quaint little story about Jarod and Lucas, finding love in Hope. Though too short, certainly a must read/listen. Additionally, as usual, Paul Morey did an excellent job of bringing these characters to life.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful