Just have to share this
I just finished recording this novella for Harper Audio last week. The clip below includes one of my favorite lines to record of all time.
I know it’s sometimes tough to use a credit on a shorter book, but if you’re a fan of comedy and romance, I highly recommend The Good Luck Sister by the “go to read for humor and heart” novelist Jill Shalvis. The final chapter builds on this particular brand of emotional/word choice humor and it alone is worth the price IMHO!
p.s. you can listen to this title without reading Lost and Found Sisters first, but I think it’ll be a sweeter experience if you do.
Review from Books of My Heart:
“Karen White did the narration on the previous one and was outstanding. Her performance made this one more fun, too. Both Tilly and Dylan sounded just right to me. I listened at 1.25 speed comfortably.”
Review at AudioFile Magazine:
“Tilly Adams encounters her former best friend, Dylan Scott, in her art class. It’s the first time she has seen him since he dropped out of her life years ago. Narrator Karen White ably expresses Tilly’s continued feeling of loss. The story flashes back to when they were teens, which White tags with younger voices in contrast to the adult voices they have in the current story. Tilly’s character appeared in a previous story as a teenager in LOST AND FOUND SISTERS. The listener does not need to be familiar with the earlier story in order to enjoy this one. This novella is a quick and satisfying listening experience.”