This woman has written some of my favorite books of all time! And Kiss Me in the Moonlight is inching its way to the top of that list! Check out the newest series by the fabulous author, Lindzee Armstrong!
Kiss Me in the Moonlight
by Lindzee Armstrong
Narrated by Stacey Glemboski
Length: 4 hours 41 minutes
Series: Kiss Me Romance series
Publisher: Snowflake Press
Release Date: August 10-2017
Genre: Clean Romance, Suspense
Format read: Audiobook
Source: Author for Review
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When I saw that this book was narrated by Stacey Glemboski (the same narrator who did Lindzee’s Sunset Plains series), I knew I had to have it! I absolutely loved Cupcakes and Cowboys when I listened to it and this book was no different.
The audio – let’s start with that while I am busy gushing about the incredibly talented Stacey Glemboski. The narration was flawless. Stacey changed her voice enough (not necessarily through the sound but through the tone and mannerisms) that I was easily able to keep track of who was speaking. I knew Paige as soon as she started speaking, Nick as well. Layla (one of the other tour guides) had a personality all her own that I picked her out immediately. (I can’t wait to hear more about her story in Kiss Me in the Rain!) I loved how I was able to speed up or slow down my Audible app without it messing with Stacey’s pacing (unfortunately, not all narrators can accomplish this). Very well done!
As for the book itself – I loved the characters. I thought, after hearing the way he dumped Paige, that Nick was going to be a douche. Thankfully, I was wrong! He shows up for the tour and OH THE SPARKS. Right away, you can tell there’s something major going on between him and Paige.
And Paige – I really enjoyed her character. Even with everything that Nick put her through with the super lame and cruddy email break-up (really, Nick?) she isn’t this petty person just trying to hurt him back. I mean, yea she wants answers (and who wouldn’t?) but she’s really just trying to move on. I had to give her credit for that.
My favorite character? Layla. Hands down. I ADORED her. Her spunk, her attitude, the way she kind-of takes lead and mothers the group. She was such a perfect friend-match for Paige.
I’m really trying here – there has to be something I didn’t like about this book . . .
Anything . . .
*taps fingers and looks around absentmindedly until concerned husband looks at her like she’s gone crackers* (fair point – maybe I have . . .)
No, nothing. The only negative thing I can say about this book was that it ended and now I want more. I loved every minute of it (the characters, the narration, the plot – I mean, come on – SPIES). I will be reading (and listening to) this over and over again.
If you want to hear a little more about this book, stop back on Friday to see what Lindzee had to say about Paige and Nick behind the scenes 🙂
Happy listening, booknerds!