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What I Did for Love

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How did this happen? Georgie York, once the costar of America's favorite television sitcom, has been publicly abandoned by her famous husband, her film career has tanked, her father is driving her crazy, and her public image as a spunky heroine is taking a serious beating.



  • I always find these books to be captivating, and this one is no different. I completely agree that Anna Fields' narration was top-notch, and it's worth mentioning that this book is actually dedicated to her. It's truly unfortunate that her passing was such a profound loss for those who enjoy listening to audiobooks.
  • What the heck! I'm in the middle of the story and suddenly, this background music starts playing during the breaks between chapters. It's really irritating. And to make matters worse, the music continues to play at the start of the next chapter, making it difficult to focus on the story. Seriously? If this happens again, I won't be purchasing another book by SEP. There are so many great stories out there and this clumsy editing is just hindering the overall experience.
  • I've always been a fan of the clever humor found in Phillips' books. Sadly, this particular book seems to have a rather unkind tone in the writing. Consequently, it becomes challenging to develop any affection for the characters. Moreover, the narrator's melodic reading style can be quite grating when listening for extended periods of time. Although no one can truly fill the shoes of Anna Fields, there are plenty of other narrators who could have enhanced the overall listening experience.
  • I couldn't tear myself away from this amazing and captivating tale. Susan Elizabeth Phillips has once again crafted characters who can effortlessly evoke both laughter and tears in a matter of minutes. The romance and humor in this book are unparalleled, largely due to the relatable and lovable heroine. Every time she experiences pain, it's like a punch to the gut for the reader. One of the standout qualities of Ms. Phillips' books is the guaranteed happy ending, leaving you with a warm and contented feeling when you reach the end. Although, I can't help but wish for more when it's all said and done!
  • I was captivated by 'What I Did for Love' from start to finish, and I must say, the narrator did an outstanding job. Anna Fields is a tough act to live up to, and I certainly felt her absence. It feels like the humor that I usually find in SEP books was lacking in this one. Nonetheless, I did enjoy the book and I hope that in the author's next release, she rediscovers her sense of humor.
  • I recently completed the audiobook "Natural Born Charmer" and it had me cracking up multiple times. So, I was really taken aback when I got my hands on "What I Did For Love." It was a total letdown. I think the absence of Anna Fields/Kate Fleming as the narrator played a part, but more importantly, the humor was completely absent in this story. It felt like two completely different authors wrote "Natural Born Charmer" and "What I Did For Love." I've heard that the author's older books are funnier, so I'll probably just stick to those instead of wasting my time on any new releases.
  • I noticed that many folks didn't enjoy this book. Gotta confess, it was a departure from SEP's usual stories and felt a bit dragged out. It had a Jackie Collins vibe to it, though, so if that's up your alley, you might dig it. No need to hesitate on downloading it, but don't expect the same magic as Anna Fields' amazing narrations. The downside is that I'm not eagerly awaiting SEP's next book anymore; I used to grab all her books without checking reviews first. Now it's a must, my apologies Susan.
  • Having previously enjoyed "Match Me if You Can," "Natural Born Charmer," and "Ain't She Sweet," I was disappointed with "What I Did for Love." It lacked the captivating factor and felt quite dull throughout. Additionally, the narrator's voice often sounded robotic, resembling that of a computer. Personally, I wouldn't choose to purchase it again.