Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words audiobook
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Oh my gosh! Im so glad I chose THIS book to be my first book of not only the year but of the decade! I love love loved this book and will be telling all of my friends about it. Heidi is such a real character. I found myself connecting to her in different ways with her learning who she is… becoming strong and confident. As I know this is a work of fiction, I felt I could use what was said in this book as some words for my new year. Brent is the perfect swoon worthy book boyfriend. Le sigh. Hes such a champ through the entire book and just gets it!!! I love the communication that the characters had. For the most part they talked about their feelings and worked through them. And Aubrey saying to Heidi to go talk to Brett… I wanted to say out loud, Preach it, sista! If youre looking for a great book to kick start your year, or just looking for an awesome rom-com, you need to grab this up! I heard the audio is good too! 😉
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I loved Heidi, the main character. Heidi is naive, sweet and hilariously determined to grow and be a life-experienced woman despite her mom\’s interference. I actually laughed aloud at the erotic sex scenes from the romance\’s she read and audios, but it was her podcasts that revealed her struggles. Poking fun at the Romance genre was clever (and I agree with the author), but the testament to good writing were the love scenes between Heidi and Brent and not the romance manual of how to perform certain acts. I nearly died laughing throughout, but Heidi was so real and sweet. Brent, of course, was handsome, sexy but just as real. This was a fun book.
Audiobook Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words by Andi Arndt Tara Sivec
Doot do doo! More of This Please! You guys know that I\’m obsessed with all things Tara Sivec fan. So when I saw that she was co-writing with my favorite narrator @offmicandi, to say I freaked out would be an understatement. I always get nervous when I read a book by my favorites because they all can\’t be good, right? Wrong. This story lived up to all my expectations. I freaking LOVED it. I could and might re-listen to it already. It\’s hilarious!! I\’m glad I don\’t use botox not being able to laugh or smile throughout this book would\’ve been an injustice. The storyline is adorable and so well written. Their writing flowed so incredibly smooth together. Andi\’s narration is perfection. You can feel how passionate she is about this book and the character. Yea, I\’m a fan of this collab and hope they will give us more in the future.
Audio Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words narrated by Andi Arndt
Loved everything second of this and couldn\’t put it down. I needed a book like this after the weeks I have had and this just made my day. Oh Heidi, I have a friend just like you and you really touched my heart.. I\’m slowly corrupting my friend.. And Brent well, my friend she\’s actually married to a guy just like you. I\’m going to be recommending it at work wish me luck.. \”This is Heidi Miller signing off, and remember: You are strong, you are confident, and you are sexy as hell. Learn it, live it, love it, and say it out loud to yourself in the mirror until you believe it. I wanted to change the name to mine but it felt wrong..
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Humour is subjective so I didn\’t want to take stars away for this, but I seriously found this more cringy than funny. Heidi was the kind of heroine who is weak, awkward, and seems like she just came out of a cult. I couldn\’t relate to her at all. Plus, her whole world seemed to revolve around Brent, which is super lame, even in a romance. Like, she loses her job and her biggest worry is why doesn\’t her neighbor like her and is it because she doesn\’t dress/act a certain way. I guess mortgages aren\’t a worry in this world. Add in overbearing parents (which is a pet peeve, especially when the kid just allows themselves to be walked all over) and over-the-top pointless dialogue that I suppose was supposed to be quirky or funny, but I just found hard to follow or understand. Overall this book wasn\’t for me. Maybe I wasn\’t in the right frame of mind. If you enjoy slapstick, in-your-face, over-the-top humour, overbearing parents, a heroine who is all about a man completing her (and not finding that on her own) a sweet romance, and an ending drama which was unnecessarily dramatic, then you might enjoy this.