- File Size: 1535 KB
- Print Length: 156 pages
- Publisher: Unlimited Dreams Publishing (July 4, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010YW1E8A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dreaming in Dairyland (At the Altar Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Ms. Williams does a wonderful job with the narration from her many different voices to her tones and emotions of each character. I did not hear any background noises or changes in the volume just a clear clean audio with I totally enjoyed. Her male voices is as pleasant as her female ones. You have no trouble knowing who is talking or what they are feeling. Ms. Williams puts a lot of emotion into the read really bring the story to life for you. You can really hear the laughter, sorrow in her voice making this more of a movie that really pulls you in. Her voice is very pleasant to listen to it is clear and clean giving an outstanding performance. If any breaks were taken I could not tell, the volume was the same throughout with no places where it was higher or lower just a nice even volume. There are no repeating of words just a wonderful delivered audio that is very enjoyable. I have really enjoyed the books I have listened to from this author and narrator in this series. I can’t wait to listen to more.
I really loved how the author incorporates the past characters into this story making them as much a part of it as the main ones. I loved the conflict with Cissie and Bob, how they came together, how their feelings grew and how the story played out when all the secrets come out. Bob Is a sweetheart, it is hard to believe he gets so tongue tied around Cissie. It is just so in Dearing for a man to feel so much passion and love for a person he doesn’t know that he is willing to go to any links to make her his. Cissie is a sweetheart who just wants to find the love her friend found. I loved the fun of the wedding how excited she was and how she tried to be sneaky herself. This was truly a fun book to listen to…oh it has sorrow, pain and a little hurt but it is all worth it for the wonderful outcome. The ending makes you smile. It is short and sweet put so well worth the listen. I love the buildup of the romance and how it was played out.
Dreaming in Dairyland, the 4th book in the "At The Altar" series is a whopper of a book! It continues with the previous bride's best friend getting matched up through Dr. Lachele's Matchrimony company. But, this one has a twist to it. The Groom knows.
True to form, this book has got its funny parts! I love when Cindy said to Cissie "You need to go sit down and play a game on your phone. Crush some candy or something!" LOL Another hilarious laugh is when Cissie's father tells her that "...Any grandkids need to either be immaculately conceived or adopted." And for sure, you will laugh at every use of "tallywacker" you see! "...You need to cover yourself. Your tallywaycker is in danger." ROFL
Cissie and Deputy Bob are truly meant for each other. But Bob has some secrets. They just might have to go through some rough patches before they realize how great they are for each other. My heart goes out to and breaks for Bob's character.
This is truly a heartwarming read. One that is well worth it. You will be happy for the experience of all the emotions!
To recap, Cissie Rivers celebrated her best friend Cindy's wedding (Wishing in Wisconsin (At the Altar Book 3)) not too long ago, and now she's a little jealous. Cissie wanted a tall, dark, handsome man... preferably in uniform, for herself. She went to the same matchmaker Cindy used... Dr. Lachele. And soon, she's scheduled for a wedding, where she will meet her match at the altar, and immediately marry him. What she didn't know is her match was Deputy Sheriff Bob Anderson in the next town, and he was very much aware of her. One look at her and he already knew she's the one, but he... can't approach her. So he set himself up with Dr. Lachele as well... and with more tests than others... Bob was confirmed to be a match for Cissie, and the first days of the wedding actually went well, But will Cissie forgive Bob when she found out that Bob actually engineered this match?
Being a short novel, there wasn't major angst here. It's mainly sweet, with dashes of anger when the deception (or "neglect to mention") was revealed, but both are basically good people who wanted each other. It was a fun and fast read.