Mrs. Mix Up audiobook
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On the one hand, this was an easy, quick read. On the other hand, there were some things that confused me and interrupted my flow. It occasionally diverts from 3rd person to 1st which was kind of distracting and there were some other things a good editing could have cleaned up. Two librarians who work together are attracted to one another. Molly is newer to the job, in her mid-20s, Black, and aromantic attracted to women. Sofiya is about 10 to 15 years older, white, and lesbian. At least half the book takes place before the conference and hotel room mix up, and there is quite a bit about their library activities which helped develop their feelings about one another. Sofiya finds Molly alluring, even after Molly explains her sexuality. Sofiya is very careful to be respectful of Mollys needs but neither was really forthcoming for quite a while. There was a lot of was that OK? between them. As the novel progressed, both found it easier to be frank with each other. It ends happily, without any real issues. There is some humor, especially with secondary characters, and an antagonist but its basically a cute feel-good story.
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I love it when a well written engaging story also enlightens me. A glimpse into another life is a precious thing and I value the glimpses I got into a type of love I was unfamiliar with. Thank you Candace for this story. Tact and tenderness permeated everything and it was a quick and enjoyable read. I highly recommend this. Without a few editing flaws I would have given 5 stars, but the story itself is 5!
Audiobook Mrs. Mix Up by Candace Harper
If you ever thought that reading about protecting a library\’s funding would be boring, please think again. Candace Harper\’s Mrs. Mix Up is an incredibly sexy, exciting story about an unlikely couple coming together to protect their community\’s most valuable asset.
Audio Mrs. Mix Up narrated by Pam Tsujioka
This is an interesting story and the characters are attractive and relatable. Ms. Harpers writing has a feel of dewy innocence that draws you into the story. It was nice reading a story that takes place a small town instead of a city. That being said, if you are going to write about a small town dont give it the amenities of a city. This story is set in a town of 1,500 people with at least four restaurants: one Mediterranean, one Mexican, one pizza, and a nightclub. You cannot support that many eating places with so few people. The last time I lived in a town of 1,500 we had a pizza joint and a Subway attached to the gas station. Ms. Harper has also included a library with so many feature it could only be found in a city. Our library consisted of books stacked haphazardly in three rooms of a storefront. The audio-visual department was the lightbulb hanging from the ceiling. Thats all you can support with that few people. Please visit a small town or two before you write about them. There are a lot of good things about small towns. Diversity is not one of them.
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The story was well written and mostly well edited. The plot was interesting and the characters well developed. I downloaded this book expecting and hoping for those things, and not much more. As an asexual aromantic Black trans nonbinary lesbian, I rarely see so many aspects of myself reflected back at me in fiction. So, it was a surprise in the best kind when I stumbled across this book. Rarely do I find Black characters so well represented by white/non-black authors, and it was great to find a nonbinary character without the trappings of explanations about their identity overshadowing their personality. Finally, an aromantic character\’s struggle with understanding their emotions regarding a lover and close friend was something I deeply identify with, and I thought it was a great example of one of the many ways this can look. To the author: thank you. What you\’re doing is important and deeply appreciated.