11 Bodies Moving On: Body Movers, Book 11 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The latest installment in the Body Movers series!
Carlotta Wren's life is entering new territory - a new career path, a new direction in her love life, and possibly new family members to uncover. A big part of moving on, though, means leaving people and other pieces of her past behind...which might be harder than she realized. Especially when moving forward means walking through a minefield of mysterious discoveries about the people she loves, the the people she wants not to love.
If you're looking for laugh-out-loud books, check out the body Movers series! To-date, titles in the series include:
- Party Crashers (Prequel)
- Body Movers
- 2 Bodies for the Price of 1
- 3 Men and a Body
- 4 Bodies and a Funeral
- 5 Bodies to Die For
- 6 Killer Bodies
- 6 ½ Body Parts (Novella)
- 7 Brides for 7 Bodies
- 8 Bodies Is Enough
- 9 Bodies Rolling
- 10 Bodies Lying
- 11 Bodies Moving On
Q: Do I have to listen to the Body Movers audiobooks in order?
A: It's best to listen to the first audiobook Body Movers before two, three, four, etc. But Party Crashers stands alone as a mystery. Carlotta Wren is a secondary character in that audiobook, so you can circle back to listening to Party Crashers later (and see Carlotta before she was scared straight!).
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|Listening Length||5 hours and 9 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 01, 2020|
|Publisher||Stephanie Bond, Inc.|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #53,966 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#661 in Humorous Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,513 in Women Sleuth Mysteries
#1,786 in Romantic Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
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As far as the love interest storyline all I can say is ugh. As a solid member of team Jack, I am probably biased but still. Jack really isn’t going to tell her where he lives when she’s right there? I just knew she’d come upon his house but no. I thought she was supposed to find out stuff about people she was trying not to love (based on the book description) but apparently not and not ever... did I mention ugh?
And once again Jack doesn’t say he loves her though (thanks to Coma Girl) we know he does? It’s so frustrating! And then after she spends the entire book not even sure she loves Coop she agrees to marry him? This entire book gives you the impression she’s settling bc she thinks Jack doesn’t want her and then we’re supposed to believe she’s so in love with Coop bc he’s dependable? Yeah no.
Sadly this will probably be the last Body Movers book I read bc this is total crap and I feel personally violated by Regina George... I mean Stephanie Bond and have no interest in Carlotta and Coop and their boring and unsatisfying relationship. Jack is really the character that keeps me coming back bc I love when characters grow and change but it seems that isn’t going to happen so why torture myself?
I’m starting a support group for other team Jack people out there if anyone’s with me.
I love this series! But honestly, 10 & 11 could have really been one solid story. In 10, I felt like we were just truly getting somewhere and BAM! Over. I was totally caught off guard and dismayed at the abrupt ending.
And SPOILER ALERT . . . Stephanie Bond writes GREAT sex scenes. But I skipped right past Carlotta’s & Coop’s, as my mind likened the whole thing to a brother and sister in bed together - gag reflex and all.
Carlotta’s whole internal monologue throughout the book, just smacks of “settling” and convincing herself that Coop’s the guy for her. There was no excitement building up to time spent with Coop. Nothing that made me WANT it for her.
And, as another reviewer referenced, we know from Coma Girl, how Jack feels. So, this felt disappointing.
If 12 truly is the last, I hope it isn’t rushed. And I hope there is significant closure for all the characters we’ve grown to known and love. Poor Wes. The kid deserves some happiness - something that inspires him to become a better man.
Jack needs to take the bull by the horns - dang it!
Carlotta needs to tell the newest “little sister” where to shove it.
Perhaps Randall could use another punch or two to the face - because THAT felt GOOOOOOD!
Coop needs to find someone . . . Different. But amazing. Like a Wiccan Professional Animal Rescuer.
Call me. I have ideas. <wink>
I'm curious to see what questions the next book will answer.