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If asked, 30-year-old Seth Carter could not have recounted a single moment since he'd met her that he had not loved the stubborn, self-centered, and admittedly spoiled Jenna Ranger. Even with all her faults, Jenna thinks no woman in her right mind would willing choose to spend all her free time with a man who so obviously loves his cell phone and work more than he does her.

©2012 Donna McDonald (P)2016 Donna McDonald

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  • Natalie Rodriguez
  • 04-04-18

This Narrator is TERRIBLE!!!!

Would you ever listen to anything by Donna McDonald again?

no, she is terrible!!!!! How did she get this job?

How did the narrator detract from the book?

yes, she was monotone and didn't even change her voice when different characters were speaking.

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  • Penny Ratcliff
  • 14-07-17

Robot voice

The narrator was a robot could not stand to listen to her. loved the stor

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  • Christie Anne Long
  • 25-03-17

Not of the same caliber as previous 3 in the series due to reader.

Connie Ventress simply doesn't bring the depth of reading to this 4th book of the series. I miss Anne Johnstonbrowne...please bring her back!

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  • Sheila Green. near Nashville TN.
  • 10-07-18

the performance was melotoner

I love the series of books and if this lady that read this book had started with the first couple I would have never read the series unfortunately by the time I got to this one I had to finish it. actually I should have bought this book and read it myself but my eyesight is going my advice to anyone reading the series is buy this one yourself. But this one's not as cute and funny as the others. this is the two younger people and it really doesn't have all the juicy gossip the other three ladies put into their story. other than that it's worth finishing the book I would just advise read it yourself and don't expect it to be quite as funny as the other two.

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  • Crazy Apothecary
  • 17-06-18

Story good, narrator irritating

The story line was enjoyable but the new narrator for this series is very irritating and spoilt the book.

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  • Suzanne
  • 22-05-18

Good book, terrible narration.

This was a good book but the narrator was terrible. If this series started with this narrator, I would have never made it this far. I enjoyed the first three books of this series by Donna McDonald much better. I plan on skipping anything else that the narrator, Connie Ventress reads.

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  • Jeneirene
  • 15-05-18

Terrible New Narrator

I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and this story finishes out the relationships that I've been watching through the three previous books, but it's REALLY hard to listen to enjoyably with the different narrator reading it. There is hardly any difference in her inflections for character dialogue and narration which leaves the characters sounding all the same and lifeless. Anna Johnstonbrown was an EXCELLENT narrator for these books and I wouldn't even finish listening to this book if not for wanting to find out what happens between Seth and Jenna.

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  • Rosemary Hughes
  • 25-01-17

Great ideas contained within

wow!! The basic human impulses are translated in such a way that you might be able to hand this book to a couple and each person would take something away to help their relationship.
Although I still love the story line and the interaction between the characters. I have enjoyed each book in this series, and feel the audiobook just adds to the whole experience.

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  • mpppph
  • 25-11-16

True narration

As with the previous stories in this series the narration has been true to the book and this one features a new narrator.

My only complaint is this narrator tries to give the characters different voices-and fails. The voices change from sentence to sentence and mostly sound bored-especially the male voices.

I feel she would have been better just reading the story rather than taking this route.

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  • rebaj1900
  • 31-10-16

Too Much Drama!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The drama between Jenna and Seth got old really quickly. There was enough drama between them in the earlier books where I thought they would grow and learn to deal with their feeling and emotions in a more adult fashion. Jenna needs to grow up.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The introduction of the relationship between Talia and Allen saved the story for me. I loved getting to know Mason and seeing the interactions of the kids and Allen. More of this would have been appreciated, less of the drama between Jenna and Seth.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

The narration match the pace and would have been great except I did not like the "country accent" the narrator adopted for Regina and other characters throughout the book

Could you see Dating a Metro Man being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

Not in its current version; however, any of the previous 3 books I would go see as a movie and/or a TV series. Not a big TV watchers so don't know the current stars.

Any additional comments?

This was my least favorite of the series; however, it was still an okay read. As a disclaimer, maybe I enjoyed reading about people in my age group better and just not so interested in the drama of the "metro" set.