Mediocre:/ Didn't prefer the narrators voice- she ended EVERY sentence with a little intake of breath which was super annoying to listen to- that's not how people talk. It sounded "on edge" and theatrical. The book itself was slow and pretty low quality entertainment. I wish the relationship development had been more in depth- it wasn't really very romantic or realistic, and it droned on and on and ON about parts of the story you don't really care much about. You are constantly waiting for it to "get good" and then it's over.
It was a good listen, not my favorite Sophie Kinsella and not relatable. But a fun read. The narrator didn't fit my imagination well but I got used to her and even liked her by the end.
Loved the story line. Have to admit that at first, I didn't buy the narrator as her voice didn't fit my idea of the main character. One chapter in and she fit well in my mind's eye. This book kept my attention and made my very long commute not so very bad.
This novel was fun and while a little predictable, never disappointed me. It was fun, funny, and kept my attention. I have heard the narrator before and think she's great. She adds so much to the book.
Once of the best, most fun books I've read in a while. It kept my attention and I was looking forward to driving to work the next day to see what happened next.
This book was funny, exciting and light hearted. The narrators accent made it even better!
This book was great! I loved the story and the accent. I would recommend.
The story was bright and interesting and fun but the reader was exceptional and made this such a pleasure to listen to. The variety of UK accents was a hoot. My only criticism is that this is clearly and Engligh book set in England, why do they keep referring to "chips" instead of "crisps"? They're clearly talking about what are "crisps" in England and not "chips". It's weird to Americanize only one thing in the whole book and would have been better if they'd left it. We'd figure out what they were talking about, promise.
I just LOVE this author! And the narrator having an accent really makes it so much better, for me.
This is cute & funny & will keep you listening. I don't always condone this moral subject matter but it seemed to work in this case. I like everything Sophie Kinsella writes but this is probably my favorite.
This is a fun book. I laughed out loud at Lexi's experiences in the "smart lofts," felt sorry for her when she tried to return to work, and hoped she would remember a special relationship. I also wished the story was longer.
Refreshing and enjoyable! I was sad when the story ended. I wanted more.
Great story that really pulls you in.