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I got to about the 9th hour of this book when I couldn\'t take it anymore. The story has many stories within the main story although I\'m not sure what that exactly was--what it the romance, the court case, the story with the old lady, with her parents???? The book also had way too many references to lables--starbucks, Milano\'s, Michael Jackson....and on and on. I thought that the author was hoping for an endorsement from a company or one of the people she named in the book. It was beyond silly! This book drags on and on and could have been wrapped up so much earlier. I also found the main character to be stupid to the point that the mess she was in became unbelievable. She\'s top of her law school class and the things she found herself in were unbelieveable. Lastly, she was supposed to be in her late 20\'s and the narrator could not pull that age off in her narration or her voice. I found myself not wanting to hear the book and then recalled why I joined Audiobooks --to enjoy listening to books. That\'s when I hit delete. Sorry but this book is a pass!
Another great book from Mary Kay Andrews. I really enjoy the southern novels. I takes me to place that I feel no longer exsists yet it does.
"Mary Kay Andrews is a former journalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the author of Savannah Blues and Little Bitty Lies. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.