Agreeing to look after his friend's goddaughter for three days and under the impression she's a young girl, Thomas Aston, 38, arranges her stay with precision. Babysitters are booked to take care of her during the day and his niece and nephew have agreed to entertain her in the evening. Pleased with himself for palming the girl off nicely, Thomas has to rethink his plans when he finally meets her at JFK airport. She is in fact an attractive, petite English woman of 32.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this audiobook simply because it's a good story and really nice to listen to!
What other book might you compare No Reserve on Love to, and why?
A modern day Cinderella...well sort of. No ugly sisters but one jealous, unpleasant woman who will stop at nothing to derail a romance between her ex-boyfriend and the new girl in his life.
What does Lorraine Ansell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
She brings the text alive.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There were several but one in particular was when the guy, Thomas, travels to England to get his girl.
Any additional comments?
Simply a good book and an even more enjoyable listen. I liked it a lot!