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Nantucket Weddings (Nantucket Beach Plum Cove, 5) Audio CD – Unabridged, November 26, 2020
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Karissa Vacker is a multiple Earphones award-winning narrator and actress whose audiobook credits include romance, young adult fiction, and mystery thrillers. A graduate from Southern Methodist University, she performed in regional theaters across the country before moving to Los Angeles, where she has guest starred in network television shows and films and continues to work on screen, on stage, and behind the mic.
- Publisher : Dreamscape Media; Unabridged edition (November 26, 2020)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1662073984
- ISBN-13 : 978-1662073984
- Reading age : 18 years and up
- Item Weight : 2.43 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.04 x 1.13 x 5.04 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,504,255 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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However I found a few things in the series that started to annoy me after a while, and I hope that Pamela Kelley takes it as constructive criticism from a fan.
Too much quiche, and too many meatballs. And too many descriptions of the foods offered for breakfast at the Beach Plum Inn. Quiche, fresh fruit, bagels, cold cereal. hot coffee. Sometimes coffee cake. Day after day after day after day. Book after book after book.
While we're on the subject of food, just because someone makes a dish often doesn't mean that it's famous. In this series we've heard about Lisa's famous pot roast, famous mimosas and famous lobster quiche, Kate's famous clam dip, Abby's famous stuffed mushrooms, Will's famous Juicy Lucy burgers, Kristen's famous peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, etc. The word famous isn't necessary! Great, terrific, well-known, highly regarded, or delicious might be better choices once in a while. Even amazing!
Too many women were described as having long, blonde hair. Do brunettes not visit or live on Nantucket?
At times the brand-name dropping felt like product placements, with Bread and Butter Chardonnay and JOSH Cabernet mentioned too often. And Netflix. Does no one ever watch anything that's not on Netflix? I know it's an island, but isn't there cable?
Looking forward to a quiche-less, meatball-less book six, where the heroine has short brown hair!
Bad choice on my part
Now I want to go back and see if all the books were written so poorly, or was this one an exception
I recently read Christmas at the Restaurant and remember feeling frustrated that I wasted my time reading it.
Then I came across this book in my kindle and thought ok light reading for New Year’s Day. I wish it was as easy as light reading. The writing is repetitive and simply sophomoric. And the constant food and drink references was ridiculous. Is Ms Kelley getting money from Bread and Butter Chardonnay??? And honestly, if anyone ate as much as the characters they would explode. Maybe a plot for a new book, one of the characters having to join WW as a result of all their get togethers and breakfast at the Inn
So I am officially over buying these books. I enjoy light reading but these have gotten silly. And all the endings are like “I am tired of writing, or I had a deadline”. The end
Sam is a native to Nantucket. He is still trying to move past his wife's death from cancer a year ago. This left him a single father to two sweet girls. His parents are nearby and are a great help to him. There is much going on in this story and will keep you turning the pages. I loved every minute of this story and didn't want it to end. Yes, it was that good.
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Having said that I have read three of them and each one reinforces my feelings that the author gets away with murder. I started reading them because I have visited Nantucket and some content of the books, brings back memories. However I feel cheated out of a good read , I will not waste my money on any more. I'm sure she doesn't need my patronage.