Sunday, July 12, 2020

✱✱AudioBook Review✱✱ Redeeming Lottie by Melissa Ellen


  • Redeeming Lottie

    The Billingsley Series, Book 1

    By: Melissa Ellen

    Narrated by: Erin Coker, Ski

    Series: The Billingsley, Book 1

    Length: 7 hrs and 1 min

    Unabridged Audiobook

    Release date: 09-11-18

    Language: English

    Publisher: Silverton Agency



Things I never planned on happening in my life: getting married, being a mother to a house full of kids, and returning to my small hometown in Texas.

I especially never planned on seeing Tucker Monroe again. Sexy smile. Country charm. A man and a life I left behind for a reason. 

The only plan I had for myself was my career. My career as a buyer for one of the largest high-end department stores was the only commitment for which I had time. The only one I was willing to make. 

Now, being left with no choice but to return to my hometown, I'm finding it hard to remember why I left in the first place. Because all that's on my mind is Tucker. He is just as sexy. Just as charming. Just as dangerous as he used to be....

https://www.audible.com/pd/Redeeming-Lottie-Audiobook/1982597399



Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐

A small town and a second chance with the added bonus of a sexy Southern drawl. Redeeming Lottie is a pretty quick listen, and it's got a good balance of sweet and sexy. I loved Tucker almost immediately, but Lottie was a little harder to warm up to. She wants nothing to do with a commitment, but she does a pretty poor job of proving it, and it results in her coming off as kind of wishy-washy at first. Nevertheless, I did warm up to her, and it didn't take long before I was firmly in camp Tucker and Lottie, rooting for their happy ever after. 
This is the beginning of a series, and Billingsley may be a small town, but it's loaded with interesting and engaging characters that I definitely want more of. I love a small-town romance, so this series is right up my alley, and I'll be interested to see who's next.
I had the pleasure of listening to this one, and Erin Coker and Ski do an excellent job with the narration. Honestly, I don't think Melissa Ellen could've chosen any better for Tucker and Lottie. They breathe life into these characters and both voices add that little something extra that I always hope for in an audiobook. 




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