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The 6'1" Grinch

Narrated by: Coleen Marlo
Length: 4 hrs and 14 mins
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Summary

Christmas is Hollie Winslow's favorite holiday. But as a realtor, she has to work when the clients need her, even during the holidays.

Bah Humbug should have been Noel Hawksley's name, but Noel doesn't look anything like a grinch. Devastatingly gorgeous in a menacing srot of way, he demands his own way and expects to get it.

If Hollie can't find him a house immediately, he was likely to commit murder most jolly. And if she has to continue house hunting with him, she is likely to commit something most folly…

©1996 Anna Eberhardt (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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"Tiffany White's light Christmas tale is sure to please." (RT Reviews )

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Good read and good narration..



This was an nice read. It started with Hollie, a Real Estate agent who loved Christmas, who meets Noel who hates Christmas.

Hollie stopped by a house she had wanted to list and it was rented to Claudia Claus, Santa’s wife, who had decided to take a vacation, because she felt the Santa took her for granted. Claudia was pretending to be a psychic so Hollie had a reading done, only to find out that Santa was sending Hollie a 6’1” beau for Christmas, whether she wanted it or not. And that's where the romance began

It was a cute story but I’m glad it wasn’t any more than 152 pages. That was plenty since for the first time in my 748 audible reviews I had problems with the audio. On every page, and I mean every one of them, a word would be cut off or simply not said, sometimes 2 or 3 words per page. It was so annoying.

There was no swearing but there was very explicit sex. Once in bed and once in a dream of Noel’s and once in a tent in his new store.

As to the narration: Coleen Marlo did a very good job on the men’s voices as well as reading with emotion.